Why do golf clubs have counter weights?
In other words during a golf swing the club head due to its design will causes small vibrations and movements that can alter the impact on the club face. By using a counter weight these vibrations and movements are reduced and therefore allow a more consistent impact on the club face.
How much does a back-weighted grip weigh?
Back weight your golf clubs with Secret Grip. The grip weighs in at 92 grams, 40 grams more than a traditional grip. A tungsten button on the butt end of the grip accounts for the additional weight. "We have a full line of back-weighted golf clubs," Boccieri said. "What a lot of customers said to me last year is that they like the driver,…
Should you add weight to the butt end of your golf clubs?
When you add weight to the butt end of the club, you shift the balance point of the club towards your hands and raise the overall static weight of the club. You also decrease the swing weight, so the head will feel lighter.
What are back weighting golf clubs?
Back weighting clubs has become a popular topic in the golfing world over the past few years, even though it has been being used by many great players for decades. David Lee the inventor of Gravity Golf Academy has been experimenting with adding weight underneath the grip for the last 35 years to create a perfect balance for each club.