Before we determine which shaft flex fits which swing speed, we should first ...
you answer that question, use the information below to begin selecting shaft flex.
... For example, if you are in between Regular and Stiff, how do you know what to
Mar 6, 2016 ... First, one must decide whether to use graphite shafts, steel shafts or a
combination of the two. Then, a golfer must choose the right flex for these ...
Don't let the wrong flex shaft ruin your game! One of the questions I get asked
most often is “should I buy clubs with a stiff flex or clubs with a regular flex?
For this test, we had three golfers test drivers with regular, stiff, and extra stiff
shafts. ... Even the shaft manufacturers, give you guidelines such as "Stiff flex fits
... There are two things you should keep in mind when buying your next driver (or
any .... are all bent flat to varying levels -1 to -4 and my wedges I use seni...
Jun 21, 2016 ... Why do pro golfers use golf clubs with stiff shafts, rather than those with a regular
flex? Why do seniors use shafts with more flex? And why do ...
They suggest Regular, but I have played stiff shafts a long time. ... you should go
beyond selecting Regular or Stiff and see which type of shaft would .... For
comparison, I swing my 6 iron about 86 mph and use DG S300 shafts.
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Mar 5, 2013 ... ... Rob Manning explains the differences of using a stiff club shaft versus using a
regular golf... ... Golf Shaft Flex: Whats Your Perfect Flex?
by Graham Ulmer. A more flexible shaft can help improve swing speed. ... These
shafts include L (ladies), A (senior), R (regular), S (stiff) and X (extra stiff).
I changed from stiff to regular when I hit a demo club in R flex: it felt so easy to ....
of shaft flex and who might, or might not benefit from the use of stiff shafts. ... The
guy testing me said I should go to a senior shaft on my clubs.
There are five generally used ratings for shaft flex: Extra Stiff, Stiff, Regular,
Senior and Ladies, usually denoted by the letters X, S, R, A and L ("A" is used for