Why Counter Weight?

Optimization Goal

To create and achieve a value of improved feel, awareness and performance.

Matching Counterweights to Clubs and Applications

Counterweighting generates different effects depending on the type of club that is counterbalanced. For drivers and other wood, a counterweight can increase swing speed and ball speed. For putters, a counterweight can slow the putting stroke and provide increased control over the putting head. For irons, a counterweight can provide more stability and can increase distance. Counterweighting produces different effects for different clubs, and affects each players personal game in different ways, creating a huge range of counterbalancing techniques and settings to explore to find the best configuration for your own game.

TourLock Pro Optimization Guide Woods/Irons/Wedges/Putters

1- Start by modifying grip with TLP Grip modifier. Make sure the inside of the shaft is clean and dry. 2-Tour Lock Pro weight testing range Swing Clubs- 8gr, 12gr, 16gr, 20gr, 25gr & 30g Putters – 30g, 40g, 50g, 60g, 80g & 100g 3- Start with 20 gram TLP in any swing club and a 60 gram TLP in Putter. Profiling Shot Characteristics for generalized TLP weight. Use lighter TLP if: Use heavier TLP if: *club feels too heavy *club feels too light *ball hooks *Ball slices *high trajectory *ball trajectory too low *too much inside to outside path *too quick *blocking shots *topping Use Opti-Vibe inWoods, irons and wedges when; *TLP counter weight does not improve ball striking *loss of feel & awareness of club head occurs *too high launch *too much spin *extreme hook *extreme slice

See TourLock Advantage for a complete comparison of characteristics for each club type.

TourLock Pro Selection Guide - Start Here To Select A Counterweight

See the TourLock Pro Selection Guide for a basic guide on where to consider starting with counterweights in your quest to further develop your golf game.

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