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How to Tip Weight a Golf Club

Last Updated: Nov 03, 2023

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.

Written By: Zach Gollwitzer

Posted in: DIY Clubmaking

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Tip weighting is another method for adding swing-weight points to your golf clubs. Most often used in irons and wedges, tip weighting is a great way to add swing-weight points without visibly changing the look of the club (unlike the unprofessional look of lead tape).

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About the author: Zach Gollwitzer

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Hey, I‘m Zach, the founder of The DIY Golfer! I created this site while playing D1 collegiate golf with a simple mission—I wanted to learn the golf swing and get better at golf myself.

Fast forward a few years, and my “journal“, The DIY Golfer, has been viewed by millions of golfers worldwide looking to do the same with their games. my mission is to make golfers more consistent in just a few hours a week through advanced practice strategies and timeless, first-principle golf instruction.

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