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Tour Lock Pro Weights

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Tour Lock Pro 8 Gram Weight $5.99 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 12 Gram Weight $6.49 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 16 Gram Weight $6.99 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 20 Gram Weight $7.99 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 30 Gram Weight $8.49 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 40 Gram Weight $8.99 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 50 Gram Weight $9.99 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 60 Gram Weight $11.99 In Stock
Tour Lock Pro 80 Gram Weight $13.99 In Stock
Tour Lcck Pro 100 Gram Weight $14.99 In Stock
Grip Modifier $19.99 In Stock
TLP 3/16" Wrench $1.00 In Stock
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Tour Lock Pro Weights

Tour Lock Pro is a revolutionary weighting technology that allows every golfer to fine tune, personalize and enhance the performance of any golf club.

Testing shows that optimizing the weight of a club produces a more consistent, tighter ball contact dispersion with the clubface, raising the “power transfer ratio” resulting in greater distance, improved accuracy and better club head feel.

Now it is easy and affordable to fine tune every golf club in your bag. There are 8 TLP weights to choose from; 8 gm, 12 gm, 20 gm, 40 gm, 60 gm, 80 gm and 100 gm. Each weight is interchangeable and simple to install, which makes it easy to find the optimal weight for every club in the bag; from putter to driver.

Tour Lock Pro’s Patent Pending Innercore Clamping and End Cap Technology securely holds Tour Lock Pro weights in place with no chance of loosening or rattling.

The weight raises the balance point of the club increasing overall feel, while at the same time, dampening unwanted vibration, producing a better feel and a solid, sturdier club.

Tour Lock Pro conforms to U.S.G.A. and R & A Rules of Golf.

Tour Lock Pro Weights is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from NOT RECOMMENDED FOR GRAPHITE The inside diameter of graphite shafts is smaller than steel shafts. It was a tight squeeze for the modifier tool. After cutting through the grip I had to cut out the grip tape in order to get the tool inside the shaft. The cutter loosened some of the graphite fibers in one of the two shafts because of the tight fit. The wall thickness of graphite shafts is thick enough that the flange diameter could be reduced and the weight could be installed before the grip. I didn't think the cutter that made the recess worked that well either.
Date published: 2013-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT PRODUCT I have these weights in my driver and my putter and I will not play without them anymore. The shot dispersion with the driver is so much tighter I can pick a target and just let her rip. It might fade or draw a little by it will not be far off the target line. With the right weighting the putter feels much more stable through impact.
Date published: 2013-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from review I have my clubs 1 inch above standard. Because of this my swingweight was over D5. I needed the extra weight in the butt end. easy to install, as a matter of fact it takes all of 5 minutes. I just bought some more weights to finish out my set. Would highly recommend.
Date published: 2009-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tour Lock Weights These weights are great. We use these for back weighting wedges, putters and drivers. This provides a great feel to putters and wedges for a better release and distance controll. This is a great product.
Date published: 2009-09-06
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Are these weights ok to use on graphite shafts?

Asked by: MRV44
Yes the Tour Lock Pro weights can be used with graphite shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-14

Is there a place where a person can look up the recommend weights for various swing speeds ??

Asked by: Eagle1947
No not that I know of. Not even from the manufacture. To be honest I do not know how you would create such a chart. This is not something that will work for everyone and it really is something a player needs to be willing to experiment with to see if it will work for them or not. Keep in mind that for every 4 grams of weight you add to the grip end of the club you will lighten the swingweight of the club by 1 swingweight. These weights increase the total weight of the club but change the balance or lighten the swingweight. For some players putting more weight to the grip end can help them control their swing better and possibly swing faster.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-07

do you have a tool to cut the grip open?

Asked by: Jims
Yes we do. The TL0009 is the Grip Modifier for cutting the hole in the top of the grip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-05

Will these weights work for the KBS C Taper Lites?

Asked by: Jims
Yes these weights will work with the KBS C-Taper Lite shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-05

I have a set of these but they will not fit in my graphite iron shafts is there a different model for graphite iron shafts?

Asked by: EGT265
It would help to know which graphite shafts you have and how much it weights. Heavier weight graphite shafts will have thicker walls and the inside diameter of the shaft will be smaller and the weights may not fit. There is only the 1 set of Tour Lock Weights, they do not make a different weight for graphite shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-09

I am shorting my 3 wood from 43 to 42 in.Hybrids from 40 1/2 to 40 in and 39 3/4 to 39.Can I add weight to butt of club to off set sightweight loss?

Asked by: Jimmie
If you shorten your clubs and want to maintain the same swingweight as they previously had you would need to add weight to the clubhead not the grip end of the club. Adding the Tour Lock weights would make the swingweights even lighter then they are now. Shortening the club by 1" will make it 6 swingweights lighter which would require 12 grams of weight being added to the clubhead. If your clubhead has changeable weights you could change the weight this way. If not you would have to add lead tape or tip weights to the clubhead, which would require the clubs to be disassembled for these to be installed.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-03

what are the steps to installing these weights

Asked by: bradly
You can go to the Tour Lock Pro web site ( and watch the second video down on the right hand side of the page and it will show you the procedures for installation.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-06-30

my irons have shown to be at ? e-1 ? weight. what weight should i use to bring down to a d-4 weight or close to it ? thanks

Asked by: bradly
Generally, 4 grams of weight on the grip end will reduce the swingweight by 1 swingweight point. You are looking at about 28 grams of weight needed on the butt end to take an E1 to a D4. This assumes no changes are made to the head weight or the length of the club and if you are replacing the grip, the replacement grip weighs the same as your current grip.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-06-30
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