The overall balancing of a golf club is important to achieve the optimal results by producing more solid contact, consistency, and greater distance. A club that is overall too head heavy is going to be difficult to return the club to a square position. In addition, this may encourage a player to release the club too early in the downswing and rob the golfer of valuable distance.
Counter-balancing weights can help solve these situations by shifting the balance point of the club closer to the golfers hands. You can think of it the same way as a figure skater pulls their arms in to their body making them spin faster. The counter-balancing weights essentially have the same benefit for over-length clubs. These weights are simply inserted into the butt end of the shaft before installing the grip.
Now you are able to fine-tune your clubs with these counter-balancing weights, available for both steel and graphite shafts.
The weights for steel will fit shafts with a .600 butt or larger.