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OnCourse Lead Tape Strips

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OnCourse Lead Tape Strips - OnCourse Lead Tape Strips allow you to add two swing weights to your club with each strip. Place anywhere on the club to promote your desired effect whether it be, higher ball flight, lower ball flight, fade or draw. Package contains 48 inches of tape, enough for 14 clubs.

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info on placement of lead tape on drivers andwoods
bill barnes
08/11/2009 4:35 PM
On woods you can place tape in several places to promote different ball flights. Placing the tape near the heel of the club will promote a draw, near the toe will promote a fade, and if placed toward the deep center of the clubhead will lower the center of gravity increasing your trajectory.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
08/12/2009 8:47 AM
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