Swingweight clubs

 07973 891 619

 tony@clubcrafters.co.uk

Swingweight clubs

Clubcrafters repair and swingweight clubs saving the old grips and adding lead powder or we remove the head and add brass tip weights. Adding lighter grips is also an option. 
 
For every 1/2 you take off of a club it will drop 3 swingweights (2 grams) per swingweight
so it is important to add the weight to the head to make the shaft flex correctly.
 
Reducing swingweight can be done by adding heavier grips or butt swingweighting. Note this will add to the total weight of the club.
 
Swingweight can be defined as the weight relationship of a golf club about a fixed fulcrum point. The heavier the head (or tip) end of the club related to the grip (or butt) end of the club, the heavier the swingweight will be. The converse is true as well: a club with a heavier butt related to the tip will have a lower swingweight.
 
  • Swing-weighting determines the “feel” of the club (does your club “feel” heavy, or light?)
  • Swing-weight is based on a standardized scale of letters and numbers from A0-G9
  • Swing-weight can be measured through an excel formula, or on a physical scale (probably more accurate)
  • Finding your optimal swing weight should be done through experimentation with lead tape
 

 07973 891 619

 tony@clubcrafters.co.uk

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Product Code: Swingweight clubs

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