Brass Tip Weight Plugs

Brass Tip Weight Plugs


1 Dz. .370 2g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$4.99
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1 Dz. .370 4g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.09
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1 Dz. .370 6g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.19
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1 Dz. .370 8g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.29
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1 Dz. .370 10g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.39
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1 Dz. .335 2g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$4.99
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1 Dz. .335 4g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.09
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1 Dz. .335 6g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.19
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1 Dz. .335 8g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.29
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1 Dz. .335 10g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.39
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1 Dz. 2g Graphite Tip Brass Plugs
$4.99
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1 Dz. 4g Graphite Tip Brass Plugs
$5.09
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Brass Tip Weight Plugs

These are the same tip weights that major manufacturers use for final swingweighting. Simply slide into position in the shaft tip, verify final swingweight and epoxy the shaft into position. Available for steel iron and wood shafts and graphite shafts. Packaged in dozen. Reusable.

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I have swingweight d2 in my iron but i need Shaft extension 1/2 inch. I find into  the tip 4 grams. For obtain same swing weight (d2) after extension i need 2 Grams or nothing? Then the Flex of shaft change?

Asked by: Leonard
A 1/2" extension will add between 2 and 2.5 swingweights to your clubs. This will change your D2 swingweight to D4 to D4.5. You would actually need to add weight to the grip end of these clubs to get the swingweight back down to D2. We call this a counter balance. In steel shaft we would use the weights like the CWC weights. You would need to add 8 gram of weight to the grip end to lighten these clubs back to D2 swingweight. You would use the CW8, 8 gram counterweights. http://www.golfworks.com/lead-counterweights-for-steel-shafts/p/CWC/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-06

Hi. I just purchased Axe Xcaliber 355 Taper tip iron shafts. After completing a "DRY" fit I am about 5 Swing Weights off. Will the .335 10 Gram wood weight fit into the tip of the Xcaliber taper tip iron shaft?

Asked by: Tom
You will need to use the tip weights for graphite shafts with the Xcaliber graphite iron shafts. For 8 & 10 grams we have the Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights (GW0121). In brass weights we have the 2 & 4 grams (GTW2 & GTW4) and in lead weights we have 2,4 & 6 grams (GW0107). These are tip weights for both irons and wood graphite shafts. http://www.golfworks.com/rubber-tungsten-tip-weights/p/GW0121/ http://www.golfworks.com/brass-tip-weight-plugs/p/SITW2/ http://www.golfworks.com/lead-shaft-tip-weights/p/GW0105/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-20

When do you expect your heavy brass tip weights to be in stock?

Asked by: Skyball
They are here so we should have them ready to ship in the next day or two.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-29

when will the 335 Steel Wood 10g plugs be available

Asked by: TMO
We are showing we should have them the first part of next week.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-21

I'm looking for weights for .355 taper shafts.  Didn't see that as an option.

Asked by: Tony
For .355" taper tip steel shafts you use the .335" weights. They do work. http://www.golfworks.com/brass-tip-weight-plugs/p/SITW2/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-04

do your brass tip weight plugs fit the tip of your recoil 110 stiff graphite shafts?   Thanks  ken

Asked by: golfer
The GTW2 and GTW4 are just a shade to big to fit in the tip of the Recoil 110 S flex shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-02

Are lead shaft tip for irons discontinued? GW0106 for irons and GW0107 for graphite shaft irons.

Asked by: yanyanwen
We still have the lead weights. You will find them at this link. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=GW0105
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-23

Do you have these brass weights in .355 tip?

Asked by: Drewll
Sorry, we do not offer any tip weights for .355" shafts. You don't really want to add tip weights to taper tipped golf shafts. The tip weights will extend the length of the shaft tip making the fit inside the hosel too loose. It is better to use tungsten or lead powder along with a cork to add weight when dealing with a .355" hosel bore diameter. Another option would be to use lead tip weights and simply cut the head off the soft lead weight. You can then epoxy the lead weight into the shaft tip without extending the shaft tip length.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-10-22
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