Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts

Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts


Lead Counterweights - Cap -
$0.29
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Lead Counterweights - 8 grams -
$0.99
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Lead Counterweights - 12 grams -
$1.09
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Lead Counterweights - 16 grams -
$1.19
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Lead Counterweights - 20 grams -
$1.29
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Lead Counterweights - 24 grams -
$1.39
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Lead Counterweights - 28 grams -
$1.49
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Lead Putter Counterweight - 40 grams
$2.59
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Lead Putter Counterweight - 60 grams
$3.59
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Lead Putter Counterweight - 80 grams
$4.59
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Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts

These handy lead counterweights are the perfect tool for counterbalancing over length or heavy golf clubs to achieve uniform swing weights. Counterbalance weights are available in 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and 28 gram weight options for steel golf shafts. A plastic cap is also available to ensure exact club lengths when not inserting counterweights into the entire set.

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Date published: 2014-07-30
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Will these fit in KBS Tour Parallel shafts? Would you recommend putting the same counter weight in the irons and wedges or difference? THanks

Asked by: Golfer007
Yes the CWC weights will fit in the butt end of the KBS Tour shafts, both parallel and taper tip versions. Generally you would put the same amount of weight in each club but that can be a fitting preference and the only way you will know if different weight will work better is to be willing to experiment.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-26

I have steel fiber iron shafts. Will these work? 

Asked by: Danny
No the CWC weights are sized to fit into the butt end of steel shafts. They will be to big in diameter to fit the Steel Fiber shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-20

What diameter are they. I need a weight that fits tapper tips shafts

Asked by: DCM
If you are looking for tip weights to swingweight taper tip irons use the .335" weights for woods (GW0105). I have used them in taper tip shafts and they work well. http://www.golfworks.com/lead-shaft-tip-weights/p/GW0105/ These counter balance weights (CWC) will fit a .580" or .600" butt diameter shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-13

Hello. I have TT Dynamic Gold Lite shafts which have a 0.61 or 0.62" butt diameter. Do you have counterweights that work with these shafts?

Asked by: Jbird
The GolfWorks lead counterweights will work. You can either dimple the soft lead weights using a punch or simply apply masking tape layers around them until they fit snug enough to epoxy in place. http://www.golfworks.com/lead-counterweights-for-steel-shafts/p/CWC/
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2016-04-15

What size of shaft (inside OD) do the putter counterweights fit into...what is the OD of the putter counterweights?

Asked by: Don
The CW weights will fit both .580" and .600" butt diameter putter shafts. The O.D. of the weight that goes down inside the shaft is .540".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-25

If I want to lower the Swing weight from E0 to D3 (-7SW) on a driver I extended the shaft on how many gram counterweight do I need?

Asked by: Don
At the grip end of the club it takes 4 grams of weight to equal 1 swingweight so to lighten the club 7 swingweights you would need to add approximately 28 grams to lighten this club 7 swingweights.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-25

What counterweight's do you have for a R15 driver with a graphite shaft?

Asked by: Safety Man
For graphite shafts we have the Universal Counterbalancing System (GW0114) or the Shaft Butt Weight Ports (BWP). We do not have any lead plug weights for graphite shafts like we do for steel. The inside diameters of graphite shafts vary quite a bit with shaft weight changes and it makes it difficult to size a lead plug weight to fit properly. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_GW0114 http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=BWP
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-22

how do you determine what swing weights to install in each iron

Asked by: dukejk
You would need a swingweight scale to help you determine how much weight may need to be added to each iron. These weights are used either to create a specific swingweight that a player has been fit for or they are also used to balance the swingweight of a set of irons to each other. A good way to fit for swingweight is to use a face impact label to determine an impact position. If the impact position is not on center then weight can be added, lead tape works well for this initially. You would retest with a new impact label to see if the impact position improves or gets worse. Swingweights are generally initially fit to shaft flexes such as D1 for R flexes and D2 to D3 for S flexes. Beyond that it becomes more of a player preference.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-05
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