So, you do not have a swingweight scale? No problem! We have provided you with three Hireko Golf Swingweight Calculators to provide you with the information you are looking for. These are fast, fun...and best of all, free! Input a few variables into the calculators and presto, you have your results.
For those customers who relied on Hireko's interactive clubmaking calculators previously to help them in their clubmaking and club fitting, we are happy to say some of them are back up and running. And for those of you who have not experienced them before, you are in for a treat. The older interactive clubmaking calculators were programmed years ago and written in a format that was no longer supported by most browsers today. That had forced us to write these from scratch, which means we have made some improvements as well. Let us introduce you to them and what makes them different from one another.
Hireko Golf Assembled Club Swingweight Calculator
The Hireko Golf Assembled Club Swingweight Calculator is designed to measure fully assembled clubs. All you need is to weigh the club with a gram weight scale and measure the balance point of the shaft and enter those two measurements into the calculator and it will give you readings like C7, D1, etc. like a real swingweight scale. How accurate is it? If you can accurately weigh the club to nearest gram and the balance point to the nearest 1/8" from the end of the grip cap, it will be spot on.
Hireko Golf Club Building Swingweight Calculator
The Hireko Golf Club Building Swingweight Calculator is for clubmakers to input several variables prior to assembly and see what the result would be or see if you will achieve your desired swingweight. Simply weigh the components on a gram weight scale and measure the club length and shaft balance point from the tip end of the shaft. We have even included a counterweight option, which you will not find anywhere.
Here are some tips. First, make sure to enter accurate measurements to obtain the best results. For example, enter component weights to the nearest 1/10th of a gram or length measurements to the nearest 1/8" if possible. Once you have balanced and marked the balance point of the shaft, make sure to measure the distance from the tip end. If you add a counterweight, make sure to adjust for the additional length. If you get an undefined result, it means that the value is outside the range of a normal swingweight scale. In this case, double check that you entered the right amount into each field.
Turn Your Phone into a Swingweight Calculator
Dynacraft Bench Ruler Soleplate Swingweight Calculator is an accoutrement to one of our customer's favorite length measuring device. It turns your Dynacraft Bench Ruler Soleplate into an accurate swingweight calculator. Similar in usage as the Assembled Golf Club Swingweight Calculator, this makes the Dynacraft Bench Ruler Soleplate function as two of the most important clubmaking tools. You will need a good gram weight scale to go along with this. If you only have a scale measuring in ounces, then multiply that amount by 28.35 to obtain grams.
Work smarter, not harder
Make your "Smartphone" smart with all three of interactive golf club calculators. These are just some of the things that Hireko is providing to help stop the clubmaking and fitting guessing game and put you in charge of creating the ultimate set of custom golf clubs.