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Tommy Gainey made some adjustments to his Callaway RAZR Fit gamer in hopes of adding spin at Bethpage Black for the 2012 Barclays. Callaway reps said they

 were able to get 100 more RPMs of spin by changing his upright Center of Gravity setting and adjusting the weight positions from 5 grams in the toe, 9 grams in the heel to 8 grams in the toe and 6 grams in the heel. The change allowed him to play his desired hard cut shot while also increasing the spin rate. The results came when Gainey played his way into the Fedex Cup Top 100 over the weekend and earned a spot at next week’s Deutsche Bank Championship.