Lead Counterweights for Putters

Lead Counterweights for Putters

Lead Putter Counterweight - 40 grams
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Lead Putter Counterweight - 60 grams
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Lead Putter Counterweight - 80 grams
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Lead Counterweights for Putters

With the new USGA rules on anchoring putters soon to be in effect, these weights allow you to extend a standard putter several inches with a shaft extension and a long or mid length putter grip to duplicate the total weight and performance of a long or belly putter. Available in 40, 60 and 80 gram weight options

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Date published: 2016-05-23
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How do I know how much weight to add to a putter? AZlso, can lead weights be added to super soft grips? Will I need a special tool?

Asked by: grandjacdk38
The amount of weight depends on personal preference. I would take into account the length, head weight and swingweight of your putter. The heavier the head, longer the length and heavier the swingweight the more weight can be added. The weights are installed prior to installing the grip so no special tools are needed. I would recommend using a little epoxy to secure the weights prior to installing the grip.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2016-07-28

how do you know what counterweight to use

Asked by: Glenne713
An honest answer is that you have to be willing to experiment with these weights to see what might work best for you. With the Super Stroke Counter Core grips they use a 50 gram weight. Somewhere in that weight range seems to be a common starting point.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-28

I ordered the 40 gram weight - I wanted to insert it into the shaft of my putter, not lengthen the putter itself.  Is this possible?

Asked by: patrick16
There is a shoulder at the top of this weight that keeps the weight from going down inside the shaft and holds the weight in place. The shoulder adds approximately 1/8" in length to your putter over what it measures without the weight installed. You could sand down the outside diameter of the shoulder and the weight will go down inside the shaft but then you have nothing to hold the weight in place. You would have to epoxy a cork inside the butt end of the shaft to keep the weight in the position you want. It is also best to epoxy the weight in place as well to keep it from rattling.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-30

do you install these with epoxy like with shaft extensions?

Asked by: Jramz
Yes you would install these with epoxy just as with shaft extensions.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-20

what is the OD of these weights?

Asked by: Bud
Approximately .535" to .540". Being lead there is a little bit of a tolerance.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-11

how to install weights in putter grip

Asked by: bondow bob
You would have to remove the putter grip first, then install the weight into the butt end of the shaft and reinstall the grip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-04

I have a 46 " belly putter. I am going to cut off of the original grip and shaft about 4 or 5 inches to stop anchoring. How many grams of weight do I add? 

Asked by: Tw9111
You will have to experiment with what gives you the feel you want with the shorter length. Belly putter head weights are usually very heavy, 400 grams plus. The heavy grips used in Belly putters actually acted as a counterbalance to the heavy head. At the shorter length, you may need to use a counter balance (heavy) traditional style grip to offset the heavy head. There are several avaialble. Super Stroke now makes a counter balancing system for just your situation. It is called the counter core back-weight system. You can see it on our on line catalog on page 51.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-31

Can you use these to backweight irons as well?

Asked by: Cloran
Yes, you can use the Putter Counter Balance weights to backweight steel shafted irons however, these will probably be too heavy. You can find lighter weights intended for steel shafted irons here: http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=CWC
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-02-27
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