Re: What does shaft torque mean?
Originally Posted by Big Earn
For a given shaft. They're different things though really I think. Torque ratings measure resistance to torsion (higher = less resistance) whereas the shaft's flex is a measure of it's resistance to flexing at 90° to the direction of the shaft. I suspect that these days you could probably get, say, a low torque regular and a high torque stiff shaft if you wanted. Maybe not though
As for trajectory, don't forget the tip stiffness which can have quite a big effect.