I have an old 3 wood head that was attached to a steel shaft.  It was broken off at the hosel.  In the catalog there is a tool supposedly for just such an application.  The picture shows the extractor handle and the extractor inserted into the head.  It seems logical to me that I still need a heat source (which I have) and some way to hold the head while using this tool.  Any suggestions?

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Insert the tool (easy out), heat the hosel until the epoxy breaks loose (puff of smoke). Hold the head in a heavy gloved hand or wrapped in a towel. Turn extractor.