GolfWRX: Understanding Swing Weight and Counterbalancing

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Hotep Namaste says:

Ahhh not a good explanation on the swing weight!

CT says:

So butt trimming a shaft makes the swing weight go up?

mark c says:

Does this mean by adding cp2's to my new ping 425's that ive "unbalanced" them in some way

Tom Riggio says:

Maverick iron swing weights

dsslimone says:

I've recently found this out , removed a set of nspro 950 from my bridgestone irons and replaced them with project x lz 115g. Nspro also had midsized grips.
6, to wedge came out at approx d2 to d3. 4 and 5 were d5. I'm going to try between 7 and 12 g weights in the butt end and see how that goes. Thanks for the video.

Mike Lee says:

Are ounces used instead of grams in US?

Cybek Cusal says:

How do I check my swing weights without that fancy machine?

Diamonddave 12 says:

awsome thanks for input!

Daniel Arseneau says:

Hi guys, I was fit for Titleist T100s . I use 67grammes grips ( Golf pride New Decade Align plus4 midsize) what do I need to do the club to balance it ?

Sean M says:

Some misinformation here. A golf club is not “inherently lighter” based it’s swing weight configuration. A club weighs…what a club weighs. Changing a balance pivot point doesn’t change that

Philip Phillips says:

This is not a major problem for me as I use Wishon Sterling SL irons. All exactly the same and to 7 iron length. Am going to experiment with the 6 and 5 iron to see if extra weight at the head actually help get them to a better striking weight. I have a “moderate” swing speed; not slow and not fast.

Philip Phillips says:

Excellent video. Finally a clear explanation.

Corey Christensen says:

Can you do a video on progressive swing weighting

Tom Sanger says:

What he missed is if you add weight to either end it raises the overall weight of the club. Both ends of the club need to be lifted on the backswing. One of the worst things that can happen is regripping clubs that have been perfect for you with a much heavier grip bringing up the overall weight but lowering the swing weight which can cause a slower swing speed and the loss of feeling of where the head is at in the swing.

brewmaster95060 says:

Come on Junior do you just start working on golf clubs you know five years ago?

vince guest says:

He meant 2 grams head end, 5 grams grip end = 1 swing weight.

Angelito Pangaldan says:

This does not wxplain what a swingwwight is! Waste of my time!!!

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