A golf club which may be in the form of a so-called “putter” golf club and which is capable of being adjustable by a user to obtain consistent swinging movements with the golf club and thereby improve performance in the play of the game of golf. In particular, the handle portion is adjustably positionable allowing the user to locate his hands and arms in a position where he or she will generally always obtain a consistent swinging movement. In particular, the handle portion is formed of a pair of segments with one being rotatably moveable relative to the other and fixed in a precise location so that the head of the club (located at the lower end thereof) permits the striking face of the head to engage a golf ball consistently at a precise angle.
An apparatus and a method for enabling changes in the height of a cross bar in athletic equipment, such as pole vaulting equipment. The apparatus generally comprises a pair of adapters for attachment to the upright standards which have a plurality of outwardly extending arms thereon. The adapters also have arms which can be located above the uppermost of the arms on the standards or below the lowermost of the arms on the standards and which arms on the adapters are also located to receive and hold the cross bar thereon.