November 16, 2012 By frank h
I have a set of AP2 Irons with midsize grips, this made the swingweight D0. what is the best way to get the swingweight back to D2?. the AP2 irons are not easy to get lead tape on the back
November 16, 2012 at 5:14pm
Assuming your clubs weren't built with the heaviest shaft plugs, we can bring them into our Repairs Department and change the shaft plug. This has to be run through an authorized Titleist retailer, and they will be able to quote you the price. The amount of swing weight we will be able to gain on your set will be determined on what plug was originally built with the set.
Let me know if you have any questions on this repair.Cameron
November 17, 2012 at 7:08am
I would like to the impact on the swing weight of to change my AP2 shaft from NSPRO 950H to DG S200.
I felt NSPRO shaft is too soft and light as the swing weight is originally on D0 with original tour velvet rubber standard size. I wish to bring it up to D2 with gold pride multi compound standard size .
Appreciate it if you can give some inputs before i change the shaft.
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