Posted 24 December 2013 - 03:41 PM
Some tips guys, In terms of back weighting the driver or any long clubs it is very important to know the balance point and the swing weight of the club...So you would be able to know what's the right amount of weight you need to give you the best performance and feel of the club. The best swing weight is ranging from D0 to D3. But it also depends on the swing speed of the golfer. Normally drivers are ranging from D 4 to E5 from the manufacturer. If the club head is too heavy, you need more weight in the butt end to change the Fulcrum and balance it out. I would suggest if you have a swing speed of 100mph or more,the best weight is the Tour Lock Pro 80gr to 100gr total. I've tried both with the butt weight only versus the one with the internal weight,and the one with internal weight is a lot better in terms of feel and consistency. you can feel more solid contact when you have the internal weight, and balanced feel. For guys with swing speed lower than 100mph,I would recommend Tour Lock internal 20gr with 12gr butt weight. It will increase your swing speed and makes the club head feel a lot better.Hope this helps..