Swing Weighting 101

Swing weighting can be an excellent way to turn your least favorite club into your favorite club. No, it has nothing to do with how heavy your club is overall, but how it feels in your hands.

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How to Remove a Graphite Shaft

If you try to remove a graphite shaft the same way you do a steel shaft, you’re in big trouble. There is a special technique that clubmakers use to extract graphite shafts to avoid damaging them as explained in this post.

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How to use a Shim to fit a smaller diameter shaft into a larger diameter clubhead

We’ve all done it. When starting out in clubmaking, it is inevitable that you will purchase a shaft online to find out that it is too small for the clubhead you are trying to put it in. In this post, I will show you an easy fix for this problem.

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How to Tip Weight a Golf Club

A slightly more advanced swing weighting technique, tip weighting is a great way to alter the swing weights of your clubs without any visible side effects such as an ugly piece of lead tape on the sole of the club!

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How to Counter-Weight a Golf Club (Tour Lock Pro)

It is easy to add swing weight to a golf club, but how do you REMOVE swing weight? In this post, I’ll show you a tool for doing this.

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How to Swing Weight a Golf Club with Lead Powder

An alternative to tip weighting, lead powder is inserted into the tip of a golf shaft to add swing weight points. In this post, I will show you how to do this without messing up your golf club.

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