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Old Jan 9, 2017, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

Just wondering if I remove the weight out of my 915 fairway and plug the weight port with either plastic or metal screw would the club become non conforming for play or no? I'm thinking of hot melting the head and move as much weight as possible to the rear of the head. thx
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Old Jan 9, 2017, 01:04 PM   #2
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Default Re: Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

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Just wondering if I remove the weight out of my 915 fairway and plug the weight port with either plastic or metal screw would the club become non conforming for play or no? I'm thinking of hot melting the head and move as much weight as possible to the rear of the head. thx

As long as the hole is plugged or covered you are good. I believe Luke Donald was DQ'd 2 years ago because the whole was not plugged.
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thx that's what I thought
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