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    Adding weight to Drver?

    I have a 2016 M2 Driver and was thinking of adding weight to it to increase distance and accuracy.

    I have a 90-95 mph swing with a slight slice. The head feels a little light.

    Will adding weight help?
    If so, do I use lead tape or change the club weight (now 4 gm) to a higher weight (6, 8, 10, 12 gm)?

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    Lead tape is good to experiment with to find the optimal amount. Once you know what that is then just get the appropriate weight.
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