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3 years ago
3 years ago
i have a question on swing weight. I was fitted for irons 1/2 short... By choosing a .lighter gram weight in the grip will it change my swing weight And how light would I need to go to get the irons back to d2. My glove size is men's small. Under size grips are lighter is that my best option?
A lot of this will depend on what components were used to built this set (model shaft, grip, head). Generally, about 5 grams in the grip will increase/decrease the swing weight by one point. If you went 1/2" short, you should have lost close to 3 swing weight points. Having a grip that is roughly 15g lighter then the standard grip, should help gain back some of that swing weight. Again, this all depends on what components were used.
What I ordered was the 712 mb 4-pw......1/4 short with the kbs tour s. grip was the .580 undersize which is 44 grams. Do you think a D2 swing weight can be achieved ??
The heaviest that we will be able to build that set to is D0.5. You lose 2 points with the shaft and lose 1.5 on the length, but gain back 1 point from the grip.
If I used the project x pxi shaft or dynamic gold shafts will It help me to achieve the swing weight I like?
tks for your imput!
Yes, since the most you would lose with the PXi shafts would be .5 and nothing with the Dynamic Gold.