Rubber Tungsten Swingweight Tape
The GolfWorks new Rubber Tungsten Swingweight Tape eliminates the need for excessive amounts of lead foil tape to add weight to a golf club head. Each ½” x ½” Rubber Tungsten weight chip is equivalent to 4” of standard lead foil tape. The flexible Rubber Tungsten Tape will securely adhere and form to curved and painted surfaces. The Rubber Tungsten Tape is soft and will enhance sound and feel due to the vibration dampening qualities of the rubber compound. The special adhesive used on the back of the tape is strong enough to keep the tape chips in place during regular play but can be peeled off and re-used making this tape excellent for dialing in the desired feel of the golf club. Each ½” x ½” weight chip weighs 1 swingweight point (2 grams).Features:
- High Density - Each 1/2" square is equivalent in weight to 4" of standard lead foil tape
- Vibration and sound dampening qualities.
- Safe for painted and chrome surfaces.
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- Monday, July 18, 2011
not worth the effort
Reviewed By: steve schwab
this isnt worth the time to "stick" on a clubhead. The rubber won't mold to a curved surface and will only stick for a few moments before it starts to pull away. Cleaned the surface first, even warmed the patch with a hair dryer. Wont recommend this to anyone
- Sunday, June 16, 2013
Solve a WEIGHTY problem
Reviewed By: Ken B
(Crown Point, In)
These are some of the BEST fixes to the problem of weighting club heads. I can put them almost anywhere and they work FINE!! Can remove them with heat and re-use them. A fine solution.
- Friday, December 30, 2011
Way better than lead tape
Reviewed By: Steve D
If you need to add alot of weight to any club head these little squares are perfect. You can easily cut them to any shape with scissors. They stick just fine. It's hard not to avoid touching the sticky part with your hands since they are so small, probably best to handle them with tweezers Read More Reviews