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what are your thoughts on the tractuon 85 shafts in stiff

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So just wanted to hear some feedback on thoughts about Cleveland's shaft offering. I did like the traction shafts but just wondering how they match up to say s300 or other stock shaft offerings.
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In January, I got to hit the Cleveland TT irons in with the stock TRAction shaft. The raw shaft starts out at 85 grams uncut both R and S flex - midlaunch and probably medium tip..

The iron TT stands for Tour Trajectory, a lower ball flight, but I was able to hit the ball fine with an R.flex. It felt rather light, however.

Which clubhead model you chose would influence how well it worked for you. The DG S300 would be about 127 grams uncut - quite a bit heavier - and, has a low launch and firm tip.

I would suggest you find iron models you like, and try the heads with different shafts. Use launch monitor data to narrow down the field, then make your final choice based on feel.

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Oh I live the MT irons I ordered just can't find any reviews on the shafts. Just won seeing if anyone had anything good to say about them. I like the feel and the shafts. I just like to know as much as I can about my equipment.
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I'd pull a grip off and look at it. I have the TT irons and I've ordered a couple of Altitudes direct from Cleveland. All came with shafts etched CG16 100g but were banded TR85. I switched to KBS a while ago but I liked the stock shafts well enough, whatever they were.

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