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Lead Counterweights for Putters



Lead Counterweights for Putters

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Lead Putter Counterweight - 40 grams $2.59 In Stock
Lead Putter Counterweight - 60 grams $3.59 Backordered
Lead Putter Counterweight - 80 grams $4.59 In Stock

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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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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: 2015-04-03

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

Can I use these weights to face balance my putter

Asked by: Stix
No. Face Balancing come from the position of the shaft as it enters the clubhead. If you draw a line down the center line of the shaft it would intersect the center of the clubhead from heel to toe. That is how face balancing is accomplished.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-02-23

What's the diameter of the lead weights?

Asked by: Tom14450
The diameter of the CW40 weights is .539" - .540". That is the diamter of the shaft portion. The diameter of the lip at the top of the weights is .585".
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-24

Are they using these weights to extend putters similar to Matt Kuchar's putter or are they weighting the butt end of long putters to make them feel more stable when you cannot anchor them any longer come Jan. 1st???

Asked by: bull 7448
These weights are not for extending the golf shafts. These weights go inside the putter shaft to counterbalance or reduce head weight feel from longer length putters. You can use a steel shaft extension along with the counter balance weights if you are looking to extend a putter but maintain the proper feel of the club.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-02-05

I intend to place a 50 gram weight into a scotty cameron belly 43 inch putter that I am cutting to 38 inches. What is the shaft diameter of this shaft and will this counterweight fit properly into the butt end securely?

Asked by: Paul
I'm not sure of the shaft diameter, but I just put one of these in a Scotty Cameron belly 42" putter that I cut down to 38". The 60 gram weight fit perfectly.
Answered by: JeffM
Date published: 2015-01-29

Do these weights extend the shaft? Can you add 3" inches? Thanks for any help, John

Asked by: JJC2
These weights are not extensions. They fit down inside a steel shaft and there is a shoulder on the top of the weight about 1/16" that keeps the weight from sliding all the way down inside the shaft. If you need to extend the club but wanted to keep the swingweight lighter you would first extend the shaft using a shaft extension and then add this weight in the butt end of the extension.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-12

How are these fastened inside the shaft? Epoxy or do they expand?

Asked by: lefty45
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