The GolfWorks Golf Club Swingweight Scale

The GolfWorks Golf Club Swingweight Scale

The GolfWorks Premium Golf Club Scale
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The GolfWorks Golf Club Scale Grip Tray (Optional)
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The GolfWorks Golf Club Swingweight Scale

The “industry standard” golf club scale designed by Ralph Maltby. This Golf Club Scale measures swingweights using the industry standard 14” fulcrum principle which provides direct swingweight readings (C8, D2, etc.). Scale markings are large, easy to read, and are printed on both sides of the Scale, so readings can be taken from either side. By placing any club in the resting cradle, this Scale also measures total club weight. Permanently mounted parts tray measures the weight of individual components. Weights can be read in grams and ounces. The Scale has a bubble-level indicator and adjustable feet to ensure accurate readings no matter what surface it's on. A modern gray/black protective finish completes the professional quality of this unit. Each scale is precision machined, assembled by hand, calibrated in our factory, and then shipped to you in a specially designed, protective carton. A calibration plate certifies the accuracy of each scale. When you purchase the Ralph Maltby Golf Club Scale, you are buying a precision instrument that will reward you with a lifetime of use.

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Is the grip tray shown in the picture or not? Thanks!

Asked by: wbhg
It is a little hard to see in the image on the website, but the picture for the SWRMGT does show the tray under the grip. The tray hooks over the end of the swingweight scale and extends toward the head end of the club a couple of inches. The grip simply rests on it above the ungripped club. There is also a magnet weight you must use to offset the weight of the tray and it comes with the tray. It attaches to the opposite side (the head side) of the weight bar (the piece that has the measurement scale on it). Here is a link to the instructions.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-17

Does the tray come with? Or does it need to be ordered in addition to the scale? After reading the other questions it seems that it's needed to give proper readings.

Asked by: mikeberlin
The component tray that you see hanging in the picture come with the scale. The Grip Tray (SWRMGT) has to be ordered separately.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-04

what is a grip tray,cheers Laszlo

Asked by: bear
The Grip Tray allows you to measure the swing weight before you install the grip. You place the club in the SWRM without the grip and set the grip on the grip tray, which is positioned right above the butt end of the shaft, giving you what the approximate swing weight will be once the grip is installed.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-18

I have misplaced the parts tray attachment for my machine. Can I order a replacement basket? I would like to have one shipped with my upcoming order. Regards.

Asked by: AdamJefferson
Yes we do offer the replacement parts tray. The order code is SWRMP01.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-11


Asked by: CAMERA MAN
Here are Average Swingweights and swingweight ranges for the different shaft flexes. L Flex = C6, range C3 - C9 A Flex = C9, range C7 to D1 R Flex = D1, range C8 to D3 S Flex = D2, range C9 to D4 X Flex = D3, range D0 to D5
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-02

I have lost the hanging components tray in a move. .Do I need the hanging tray to provide accurate readings?  If so, do you sell the hanging tray as a standalone item? If yes, can you please provide the part# so I can order the correct item for my scale?

Asked by: Rob S
Yes you do need the tray to get accurate readings and even with a new tray your Swingweight Scale could need to be re calibrated to give you correct readings. The order code is SWRMPO1. Once the tray is installed make sure the scale is level and slide the weight to "0". If the scale balances correctly everything is fine. If it is off it will need to be re adjusted. The back place that the grip cap rest against has an opening in the bottom with an allen screw. There is a chamber in this piece with powdered weight. You can add or remove what you need to to re balance the scale.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-18

I currently have the Economy Swingweight Scale / VSWC. Is this scale more accurate?

Asked by: mikeberlin
The fact that you can level the SWRM to the surface it is setting on can make it more accurate. I would describe it as more user friendly. The SWRM will also measure a clubs total weight as well as the weight of the component parts which you cannot do with the VSWC.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-18

I just purchased a used 14" direct reading swingweight scale, performed the calibration check procedure provided in your online 'instructions' for operation of the unit. I put the weight on 0 (zero) and the fulcrum did NOT move. How do I calibrate unit?

Asked by: LesJ
Hey, JimY, thanks!  I do have the hanging tray and installed it into the end of the scale fulcrum - still no movement to balance on 0 (zero).  I'll look for the allen screw; any particular kind of 'lead powder' I should put into the chamber and how much should I put in at one time?  The alternative of sending back to GW - what address to return to, and what information is required with the shipment and what kind of packing is recommended?
Answered by: LesJ
Date published: 2015-12-01
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