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Koehr

Club build spec

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Hello TSG

Following sheet was sent in for build spec for my friend's miura cb2008 build

With modus3  105  and gripmaster leather grips

 

Do the swing weights make sense?

Thanks 

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Edited by Koehr

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your lengths are  mostly +0.5, so that increases SW by 3 to 3.5 per iron, so you are getting a heavy iron D5.

what is c/b ?  center of shaft to butt?   I'm used to seeing tip/butt. 

 

Edited by donnieu

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Not sure what it means as I'm new to club making genre 

Gw and sw swing weights are around 4.2 where as rest are d5 or so

 

Are they meant to be all matched to same weight? 5 iron to wedges? My friend is losing sleep over d4 swing Weight on sw and gw 

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Something like D4 is normal with SW/GW as they have a heavier head weight than a pitching wedge.

You have a more normal length for the LW/SW/GW instead of +0.5 like the irons have.

The head weights are about normal, so the build seems to be about as expected with those lengths.

Most players cannot tell the difference with a swing weight difference of 0.5 or so.  Should not be a problem.

Some builders will add lead powder with a small cork to make them all the same.

 

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Thank you for the explanation!

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Yes, the increase in length most likely accounts for the higher sw's. also, the stiffer his shafts are supposed to be the higher the sw's should be as well to compensate. 

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