Swing, Wait.

Ever thought about your golf club length? How does it change Swingweight?

When you shorten a club, the head feels lighter.

When you lengthen a club, the head feels heavier.

The tools are basic, but the process is precise to balance this back up. It’s definitely worth the small amount of hassle to get the club feeling correct during a change in golf club length.

We change a lot of golf club length here at Hole Sale Golf. £5 up or £5 down. For a mere £2.50 extra the swingweight can be part of the process.

Swingweight can be changed on it’s own to encourage swing changes and facilitates what you are trying to achieve technically. £2.50 per club adjusted.

Lighter feel can help the clubhead overtake the hands through the ball. Linked to higher dynamic loft and a more closed clubface. This happens naturally with a heavier grip.

Heavier weight can help slow the hands down through the ball. Linked to lower dynamic loft and more open clubface. This happens naturally with a lighter grip.

Now, the actual difference in feel can come from mere 1g/2g change. So the overall weight change is negligible. It’s all about where the weight is positioned relative to a specific point.

Have you thought about your golf club length or swingweight?

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