Re: RIFLE shafts question
Originally Posted by shakogolfer78
You need to do a little bit more homework. There's more to pureing a shaft than finding "the center of the shaft", as a matter of fact it has nothing to do actually with finding the "center" of the shaft, it has to do with finding spine, NBP and flo of each individual shaft. Some swear by it and others think it's hooey. I think at least a person should be consistant thruout the set. I find NBP and align towards the target in my shafts. Usually the flo is pretty close to the NBP.
5.5 is on basically their stiff and 6.0 is somewhere between stiff and X. As far as ball flight goes, it depends on the type of rifle you have, there are different kick points depending on different shafts in the set ie: Low kick for the higher # irons and high kick for the higher # irons, These are flighted rifles. There are Tour flighted which the kick is based on the flex rating also. Normally the softer the flex the lower the kick point.