On the heavier shaft the torque is less and the butt is larger to compensate for the faster swing speed, so you may get more speed out of a lighter shaft but you may lose accuracy. It could feel whippy. Brian
Hey @nevets88 Golfsmith has a "resources" section under the "club making " section, check out the articles and guides area.
The cutter should work fine for steel shafts, dremel tool for graphite. I'm sure you'll find experienced clubfitters on TST, I'm not, so....
I'd like to hear about the whole process, please keep posting on your experience.
Considering his ability to win on one leg, I've gone all out too 5+ with 1+ majors. Backs can be fickle, so i'm just holding out hope that he can stay healthy. His return will bring quite a bit of attention, and I'm sure the talking heads will have all kinds of scenarios in place, on which to babble.
Anal w/ a capital A. 14 slots 14 clubs
3 wood Driver Hybrid
5i Hybrid 3i
6i 7i 8i 9i
Pw Aw Sw Putter
If I have an open slot I go spastic, I've left a club some where!!!!
More times than not, I put two clubs in one slot. Oh...My...God
@Lihu I have always had an issue with woods, pushes, soooo, I have four 3 woods. Picked up a Nickent 15* hybrid I love, goes maybe 10 yards shorter. Bbuuuttt as in, what a butthead, always go back to the 3 wood for distance.
Good Luck hope you can find something that will work.