I previously asked about swingweighting irons to D8. The shafts that I would use are MPF I-series .370 tip in length 5 IRON 38". Grips would be Grip One non-taper standard size. Rodney Dice
Asked by: pipengr
In your previous question you had mentioned that you were using KE4S iron heads. When I do a calculation of the swingweight to the specifications you have listed it comes up in the C2 to C3 range. The KE4S irons come stock with two 4 gram weights installed. The heaviest weights that will fit the weight port for the KE4S are the 8 gram weights. Changing from 4 gram weights to 8 gram weights will increase the swingweight by 4 swingweights or bring it up in the C6 to C7 range. So even with the 8 gram weights installed you would need to add 22 grams of weight to the clubhead to bring the swingweight up to the D8 range. You could add a 10 gram tungsten weight inside the tip of the shaft which will add another 5 swingweights or get you into the D1 to D2 range but you would still then need to add approximately 12 more grams of clubhead weight to get to D8. Trying to get this combination of head shaft and grip to D8 as you can see is difficult and in reality probably something I would not recommend.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-04-15
Which is the stiffer iron graph shaft A R or S ?Maltby
Asked by: chb10
S flex would be the stiffest of the 3 flex options. The S flex would be suitable for a player using an 8 iron from 150 yards, or with a driver swing speed of approx. 93-107 Mph.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-04-09
I just turned 62 years old April 10th and Years ago attended one of your fitting schools and now I have a problem that needs addressed . I have no problem hitting woods but need help with my IRON PLAY because I have lost 10-15 yards with each iron ?