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Professional Dynamic Spine Finder – How to choose the finder?

When it comes to high quality shaft pureing tools, nearly all are made by one company, Golf Perfect. The Professional Dynamic Spine Finder is their top-of-the-line model used for pureing of all golf shafts, both steel and graphite. It adjusts to any club length, from putter to irons to woods. In less than a minute, a shaft can be pured and properly aligned in a clubhead. Our tests show that it performs as advertised.

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The spine finder is made from aircraft-grade anodized aluminum. Although this review only covers the clear aluminum model, a black anodized model is sometimes available.

This pureing tool uses a spring-loaded tension arm to apply an equal amount of pressure to each shaft to quickly and accurately locates the “spine” and ensure consistency throughout the full set of clubs

The spine-finder uses twelve bearings mounted on self-aligning swivel blocks, which are said to virtually eliminate any shaft scoring. This spine-finder uses sealed, chrome bearings to provide accurate, consistent, and repeatable measurements. The shaft rests on top of bearings, and does not go through them. This makes it easy to spine a shaft with the grip on. Although a club can theoretically be spine aligned with this tool while the clubhead and grip are both on, this may prove difficult in practice because the weight of the clubhead may make an accurate reading difficult.

The spine finder easily mounts on wall or pegboard, and includes a built in vise-mount with vise stabilizers to prevent the spine finder from tipping in the vise.

Although the spine finder has a relatively high cost ($134.95 plus about $20 shipping), it is a one-time expense. Thus, the per club and per set cost decreases dramatically over time. If only two sets of clubs are spine aligned, the per club cost is about $5 each. The spine finder comes with a lifetime warranty.

Free software – As an added bonus, this item include a free full copy of the Golf Perfect company’s bestselling clubmaking / clubfitting / swingweight software. This formerly bestselling software, which was originally sold by Golfsmith through an agreement with Tom Wishon (when he worked there before starting Tom Wishon Golf), is now provided free of charge with a spine finder purchase.

The software presents clubmakers with a powerful tool for simplifying numerous clubmaking calculations. Input head weight, shaft weight, clublength and grip weight and get an instant swingweight calculation. Or use a number of other calculating modules to predict a golfer’s clublength, grip size, shaft flex, swing speed and even calculate specific instructions for matching and modifying swingweights. The software can simulate calculations for literally millions of head, shaft and grip combinations, and assists in calculating finished club specifications prior to component purchase or final club assembly.

The software is a useful tool to be used as part of the clubfitting process. The interface of the software is somewhat dated, and doesn’t have all the flashy bells and whistles we expect nowadays in software, but it works well on all Windows systems. There is no native Mac application, but it will run on a Mac using Bootcamp or Parallels.

In conclusion, this pureing alignment tool is not for everyone. If you are building just one club or even just one set, stick with SST Pure or a less expensive spine finder. This top-of-the-line spine finder tool is really best suited for the golf shop owner and the serious amateur.

Jaime London is a writer, contributor, editor and a photographer. He started his career as an editorial assistant in a publishing company in Chicago in 2009.