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Driver Swing-weight?

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What swing weight do you have on your driver?

Please kindly mention the driver model and shaft weight.
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Cleveland DST Tour with Diamana Whiteboard X-stiff, rated at D4 swing weight.
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Swingweight D5... Other info below in sig line.

D5 may be a bit heavy, but I battle against overswinging, so weight helps with control.
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Callaway FT Tour 9.5'
Diamana WB 73 S tipped 1/4"
D3 swingweight, 44.5"
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Cobra S2
9.5* Stiff
Stock Cobra Fit-On Max 65g 46" shaft
Stock grip (god I want that part to change -.-)
D5 Swingweight
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Cleveland DST Tour with Diamana Whiteboard X-stiff, rated at D4 swing weight.

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Cleveland DST Tour 9.5* Diamana Whiteboard X-Stiff, 44.5". D4 swing weight. NDMC black/white grips.
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R7 Quad
Grafalloy Blue 63g R, 44..25
C1 swing weight
Winn Lite.
40g counter/internal weight
Hit this thing a ton
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Callaway FT5, 45" Aldila DVS shaft 65g, D2 weight.

Dont mean to highjack your thread but do you guys think D2 is light? I just got this driver and my miss with it are duck hooks. I never had this problem with my Cobra driver. Obviously, I know its more my swing but do you think the D2 weight adds to this miss?
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Whoaaa this is very light for a Swing weight.... do you feel this is too light?

Not at all. After redistributing the weight taken out of the shaft, head, and grip of the club to an area around my hands, it made it easier to control. I found I increased my club head speed 3-4 mph after doing this. I placed the internal weight 5" down from the butt end and turned my fade into a slight draw.

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Ping G-15 (198g)
Aldila NVS 45 shaft (45g)
Winn Lite grip (20g)
45.75"

im not sure the swingweight, but its ridiculously light. i havent had it weighted since the new shaft was installed.
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Would you please tell me the swing weights for the Drivers listsed, three have normal grip, one a jumbo:

1  Cobra LD Speed F

2  Cobra S9-1 with Jumbo grip

3  Cobra ZL

4  Cobra L4F and L5F

Thank you

ColG

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