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, 100 gm and 150 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.
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- Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Reviewed By: Ben
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.
- Friday, July 24, 2009
Tour Lock Weights
Reviewed By: Josh Musselman
(Bonita Springs, Florida)
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.
- Wednesday, March 27, 2013
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR GRAPHITE
Reviewed By: TED BIRO
(THE VILLAGES, FL)
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.Read More Reviews