Tour Lock Pro Weights

Tour Lock Pro Weights

Tour Lock Pro 8 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 12 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 16 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 20 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 30 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 40 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 50 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 60 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro 80 Gram Weight
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Tour Lcck Pro 100 Gram Weight
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Tour Lock Pro Plastic Grip Cap
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Grip Modifier
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TLP 3/16" Wrench
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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 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
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 3 out of 5 by from Great idea with one flaw I have purchased 20 different weights and am currently unable to use 7 of them. The rubber expanded is not durable, it separates from the nut after a few removals and reuses. The end of the screw threads are notched to keep it from coming off but also makes it hard to replace. MFG needs to offer replacement expander
Date published: 2016-04-29
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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Dew Tour lock Pro Grip weights come as a set or do you have to buy them each individually? My irons are measuring at d8 and I'd like to bring them to about D2 which weights should I use to accomplish this?

Asked by: Mark
The weights are purchased individually. At the grip end of the club it take 4 grams of weight to lighten the club 1 swingweight. So to drop the swingweight by 6 swingweights it would take 24 grams of weight. With the Tour Lock Pro Counter Plugs (TLCP25) they do offer a 25 gram weight. These weights get installed inside the butt end of the shaft before the grip is installed. A swingweight scale has a 14" balance point from the butt end of the club to the balance point. The further you can keep weight from the balance point the less weight is needed to change a swingweight but the closer the added weight gets to the balance point the more weight it take to shaft 1 swingweght. The longer the length of the weight it may take more then a 4 gram change to lighten the club 1 swingweght.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-01

Hello,  Do all the weights have the same diameters?

Asked by: Caddiechamp34
Yes the Tour Lock Pro Weights have the same diameters.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-19

This might be an odd question, but would the grip caps fit into the raw butt end of the shaft and allow the club grip to be installed over the cap? My application is separate from using the weights

Asked by: btgen
Tour Lock makes the Tour Lock Pro Counter Plugs (TLCP8) that work this way. These have a thinner cap and no locking screw. They are designed so that the the foam piece will stay secure against the walls of the shaft and the grip installed over the weight will secure the cap from the top.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-16

I am building a putter using an old ping anser 3 putter head. I want to add weight to the head or the end of the shaft when installed. Its a .355 tip and I think the only way is to epoxy weights into the bottom of the shaft. Any ideas or suggestions?

Asked by: Joseph
If you are installing a new .355" taper tip shaft you can use the lead tip weights for .335" steel wood shafts GW0105 or the brass .335" weights SWTW2. They are available in 2,4,6,8, & 10 grams. You could also use lead powder LP or Tungsten Powder HDTP and use a cork (CI) to hold it in place. You would need a ram rod (RR) to get the cork down inside the shaft to secure the cork in place.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-18

Hi, can you add the plastic cap shown in the photo to the Canadian website? Please! it's only on the US website.

Asked by: clubfitter
We have put it on the Canadian website. They are currently on backorder and we are expecting them here in the US this week. You might want to check with GolfWorks Canada as to when they would expect to have them in stock.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-05

your above photo shows a plastic cap to fill the hole if not using the weight. Do you sell this cap? part # and price please. thanks

Asked by: clubfitter
Sorry that we did not have the Plastic Cap setup to order but it is setup to order now.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-21

What size weight do you recommend for a putter? I bought a Rife putter with a oversize grip. My grip is a Tour Mark grip.

Asked by: The Saw
Since these are not specifically for putters it is hard to say for sure which ones we sell the most of for putters but knowing that Super Stroke sells weights for their grips at 25, 50 and 75 grams that can give you somewhat of an idea. I would say more weights in the 50 to 100 gram weight range are used in putters.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-14

I want to cut down a 45.5" graphite driver shaft to 43.5". I believe that this will cost 2.5 SWs for each 1/2" (i.e. 10 SWs)? This will mean 50g (5g per SW) added to grip or 20g (2g per SW) added to head? So is a grip, head (or combo) wt. the best choice?

Asked by: JtM
Actually it is 3 swingweights per 1/2" which would be 12 swingweights total for 2". At the grip end it is 4 grams equals 1 swingweight. So approximately 24 grams added to the clubhead to get it back to the same swingweight. If you are trying just trying to get it back to the same swingweight adding the weight to the clubhead is all you need to do. If you add 24 grams to the head, say it gave you a D3 swingweight and then you added 50 grams at the grip end you would end with a swingweight of C0.5.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-18
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