Hello. I'm pretty inexperienced at the finer points of club building/making/fitting but I think I understand some of it. By that I mean I do all of my own grips, but I digest.
I need to shorten my wedges about 1/4". Turns out Titleist added about 1/4" to their "standard" some time between when I purchased my 962s in 1999 and when I got my SM(CC) wedges two years ago.
So...when I do this, how much weight do I need to add to the head to maintain the same (relative) feel?
Additionally, should I be shortening from the tip end or butt end? My irons (962) are 2-P with X100 straight in and will be bent 2-flat here shortly. My wedges (48, 52) are S300 and the others (56, 60) are S200. They'll be bent to match shortly. I'm thinking that tipping is probably the way to go, but at the same time disassembling 4 clubs for 1/4" adjustment on each seems a bit "excessive".
Also, I've always been a standard L/L/L player but have noticed a lot of shots starting left since I've been working on some new swing ideas. So that's the reason for bending the clubs. When they're bent, will that throw off the swingweight any? Will I need to compensate?
Thank you for any advice.