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The only 3 wood I have found I personally hit consistent is the Nike VRS Covert Tour 3 wood. It isn't nearly as long as most 3 woods, but I've been consistent around 250 give or take 5 yards, and it really is forgiving. It is also super easy to hit off the deck. With it being adjustable too, you can set the loft that suits your eye.
Ok guys I'm bringing an old thread back from the dead, but I now have a new iron set and am looking at doing thus again but more seriously. I picked up a set of Nike VR Split cavity irons with stock S300's in them. I like the ball flight but they do tend to "spin up" and balloon half the time. I've been researching and was considering the DG X100 tour issue shafts for them to realistically give me the penetrating ball flight, and to not balloon. The flight I have now,...
Ridiculously high, and I'm looking for more of a mid to low-mid flight, It's not set on 8*, it's setup for 7.5*, and I still hit that higher than most people hit a 9.5-10.5, but still getting around 300 yards every drive (give or take 10 yards).  When I swing my irons though, I don't obviously swing as hard as my driver, but I try to have a more controlled swing.  With that being said, the slightly lighter, softer flex shaft to me feels better only for the fact I can...
Looking for some answers here and hoping to find them here.  I just got a custom Fujikura Motore F1 for my R11S driver today, and I was wondering if that shaft is compatible (with the tip) in my R9 T3 3-wood?  I got it to fit in and tighten up, but will I be doing any damage?  Thanks guys.
Thats the only shaft I've ever hit in my irons (tt) and i like them, i think I'm just looking for something new maybe. On a side note, the shafts in my HT's are TT, but a made for. I wonder if just doing S300's will change it up ball flight wise.
Ok guys I have a bit of a plight here.  I recently added (couple months ago) some TaylorMade RAC HT Irons to my bag and I absolutely love them, but I'm thinking of switching out the shafts as the ones in them are the stock TaylorMade S shafts.  I'm torn between 4 options, 2 of which are the usual suspects.  These are the options I'm looking at...   1. Project X 6.0 or 6.5 shafts (non-flighted) 2. True Temper S300 3. Rifle Tapered Shafts 6.5 (non-flighted) 4....
Mine has been purely based on my yardages.  My PW (45*) is around the 130 yard mark, so I tried a 54 and 60.  That didn't work as the 54 was 100, and the 60 was around 80.  I switched to a 52 and 56, and the yardages looked better.  The 52 is now at 115, and the 56 is at 100, with the 60 (now a TM xFT, was a vokey, same bounce) now around 90.  Around a 10-15 yard gap is what I'm looking for between clubs at worst.  Opposite of my Dad who likes to amp up on club if he is...
Got a bit of a question, but I will let y'all know why I'm thinking of this shaft... I have tried this shaft in my current R11s Driver and loved it.  On the 8.25* loft setting and the stock shaft it spun up way too much.  I put the Motore F1 in, and it was money ball flight and spin (Lowered the launch down a lot visually, don't remember what it was angle wise, but spin went from 3600 down to 2500).  Now I've got that in my driver and love it, but am thinking of adding...
I'm about a month and a half to 2 months into my new setup, and I can say I've only figured out my 4-wood.  all my irons are well short from where they used to be on my old set, except for my 6 iron which is spot on, maybe a bit further than my old 6.  I'm not expecting to have them dialed in asap, as it takes some time.  It does get frustrating, but it happens.
Had one and liked it. My problem was my shaft spine was out 90* and i sent it in for a new shaft and was told it would be a month. Said screw that and got a Nike VR Pro Ltd and love it. The Amp though is a sweet driver.
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