Re: Pros and Cons of Graphite Shafts?For me graphite = no tendinitis. My SS is higher than average, and I don't think it hurts me for accuracy. I think getting fit to graphite is harder than steel. With steel you can always count on a DGS300 playing like the other 300s you've played (hopefully) but with stock graphite there isn't that kind of "known" shaft, unless you go aftermarket, which will cost you a ton.
Speaking of aftermarket graphite iron shafts, I almost bought a set of used Nickent irons that had been made up with Proforce 65 graphite shafts (with the blue and yellow graphics). I hit the irons great, but I just couldn't stand to look down at the club. I can live the bright paint on a wood (kinda) but on irons it was really nauseating.