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Driver:913 D3 9.5*, std L, RIP 60 X, 9gm wt, set C-3. Xi7 winn, +1/64th Swt D5-6
Above are the specs I was fit for last year which had a xstiff shaft in it. Since then I had some health issues, and my swing speed is down to around 105mph. I have a friend who wants to sell his 913D3 with just a stiff alidla rip 60 shaft, and a 9 gram weight in the head, standard length, lie, and 9.5*. Basically every thing with the club is the same except the shaft is the stiff not the xstiff. I really think the stiff flex would work for me best now.
The balance point of the club is at 850 mm and the dead weight is 11.10 ounces which I figure calculates to a a D1 swingweight. I want to try and get the D5-6 swingweight to match up with my other clubs and give me the feel I like.
How would I do this, and where does the weight need to be added? Thanks a ton!!
That club should swing weight out to D3 with the specs given. If you were to order a 14g bezel weight, then you will move the swing weight to D6 (11g bezel weight will get it to D4).
I'm not sure how that club came out to D5 with those specs. A couple extra grams in a firmer flex shaft shouldn't move the swing weight a couple points. If you choose to go with a lighter grip, then depending upon how light that grip is will determine if the 11g bezel weight will help maintain that swing weight at D5.