Okay, so I finally gotten myself out of buying all kinds of clubs, but now that I have all this club making equipment all I want to do is tweak things. Next on the list is trying my hand at MOI matching and seeing what the hype is all about.

I understand the the 1.3 SW points per inch across the set, makes sense and easy enough. Now, of course, I am just experimenting so I am working under the "poor mans" method of giving this a shot. What I don't know about is how to make sure everything is done correctly with regards to doing it when using flighted shafts that are in descending weight. Do I need to take this weight into account and does it vary the numbers away from that standard ratio? Say I have 9 grams of weight difference between my PW and 4 iron. Do I just take into account the normal 9 grams in shaft weight = 1 swing weight point and divide that up across the high and low points of the swing weight spectrum? Was this already taken into account when someone originally did the math? I am a little lost here trying to figure it all out so if someone can lay it out for me I would greatly appreciate it.

I understand the the 1.3 SW points per inch across the set, makes sense and easy enough. Now, of course, I am just experimenting so I am working under the "poor mans" method of giving this a shot. What I don't know about is how to make sure everything is done correctly with regards to doing it when using flighted shafts that are in descending weight. Do I need to take this weight into account and does it vary the numbers away from that standard ratio? Say I have 9 grams of weight difference between my PW and 4 iron. Do I just take into account the normal 9 grams in shaft weight = 1 swing weight point and divide that up across the high and low points of the swing weight spectrum? Was this already taken into account when someone originally did the math? I am a little lost here trying to figure it all out so if someone can lay it out for me I would greatly appreciate it.

**Edited by Golfrnut, 25 February 2013 - 10:30 PM.**