Need help in my woods

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pt_golferpt_golfer Members  396WRX Points: 0Posts: 396
Joined:  edited Dec 22, 2009 in WRX Club Techs #1
where do I apply lead tape in fwy's
I hit my fairway woods and hybrids a little bit lower than what i want, so I hope that some of you could help me out with this and show me where to apply it.
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  • highergr0undhighergr0und Members  10271WRX Points: 306Posts: 10,271 Titanium Tees
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    Low on the back of the club...
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  • pt_golferpt_golfer Members  396WRX Points: 0Posts: 396
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    nothing else?
  • mat562mat562 My ex had an irrational phobia of salad cream. Honestly. Members  10969WRX Points: 199Posts: 10,969 Titanium Tees
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    I may as well be the one to say it.

    It really doesn't matter. Anywhere where it's not going to be knocked off by contact with the turf is fine and won't make the slightest difference, all else being equal, to how high you hit the ball.

    If you do end up hitting the ball a bit higher after putting some tape on the club, the extra weight and its effect upon your swing is responsible. Not where the tape is on the club.
  • XYB34AXYB34A Unregistered  2446WRX Points: 1Posts: 2,446 Platinum Tees
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    Mat is totally one hundred percent correct. To really affect the flight of the ball. Then it would take like 7 feet of lead tape on a club. All its going to do is change the swing weight, that is all lead tape is made for.

    I like to put mine on the toe, its the biggest area that doesnt hit the ground.
  • pt_golferpt_golfer Members  396WRX Points: 0Posts: 396
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    wouldn't that promote a draw?
  • chris9594chris9594 Members  279WRX Points: 0Posts: 279
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    am i right in thinking a more flexible shaft will give you a higher ball flight so if youv got a stiff shaft in your woods now put in a regular

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