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The re-engineered variable-thickness face is designed for a larger sweet spot than last year's RAZR Fit Xtreme, and a lightweight composite crown makes a more traditional D-2 swingweight possible.
There are many recipes for distance -- no singular clubhead shape, size, loft, CG position, head weight, club length or swingweight optimizes performance for everyone.
However, the change in mass and/or balance point results also in a change of swingweight (Cross, 2001).
The women's versions of the Big Bertha Titanium Driver and Big Bertha Stainless Steel Fairway Woods also have lighter, shorter Gems graphite shafts, smaller grips and lower swingweights -- all to help golfers increase clubhead speed without swinging harder.
Each iron also features removable weights on the sole that range from two to eight grams in two-gram increments that allow players to make swingweight adjustments to fit individual needs surrounding specific length, shaft and grip options.
Custom fit for color code (lie angle), shaft length/flex/type, grip size and swingweight.
Due to difficulties that can be encountered in precisely positioning golfers' fulcrum (Waggle Weight) points, the evolution of Waggle Weight from antiquated swingweight must include bringing the specification into the computer age for optimum effectiveness.
For PING (R)i3(R) irons, offset, bounce, clubhead size, color code (lie angle), shaft flex and length, shaft type, swingweight, loft and grip size are taken into account.