Never mind, I could not even get the tip off to put on glue in the first place, and I put some Duco cement on the handle and I think it will work just fine.
let me go into more detail about the pole, my family bought a place up in WV for skiing and stuff, and there I found an old golf club without a head, I dont golf anyway so there was no use getting it fixed, so I took it home to my work shop (my garage) and took off the handle that was on it, and hacked off the tip from my eddie bauer trekking pole I got from target for cheap and wrapped a little tape around the end and forced the thing on the thnner end of the graphite club never to be removed again. and for the hanlde I began to chop off the end of the target pole to put on it, but it was big and plastic so I figured, it would be to heavy. so I remembered that broken fishing pole I have had in my garage for years, pulled it out and cut off the handle(this was much easier than the metal of the trekking pole) driled out the center a bit so the end of the club would fit and stuck it on, but this was not sturdy, because I only wanted an inch or so of the pole to be in the handle so it would be the 125cm length I wanted, this gave me a hollow cork grip that would bend, so I cut about 10 inches of the fishing pole, glued it inside the handle with a few inches still sticking out to go in the pole andn put a bit of tape on the end so it would be the right diameter and stuck that in the pole. so there was a frame in the handle and a few inches of the pole to keep the cork from bending.
I probably did not explain this well and you probably dont understand a thing this may be because I was rushing and misspelled a few things, so ask as many questions as you want :-)