Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond
- players with a drop style transition to load the shaft at the beginning of the downswing.
- The firm midsection is an important design aspect, delivering control of the stiff tip.
- a more stable and stiffer tip
- he mid-tip profile is designed to deliver a low launch similar to the Diamana White Board.
My fairway woods are also 'ahina and I hit those well. the new hybrid is a project x 6, but not an issue so far.
- lots to think about, including how my swing matches up.
I'll look up "drop style transition".
The stiffer tip is clearly what the vendor meant by a stiffer twist (not just bend in terms of a stiff shaft, twist is the other aspect). I should review my swing and see if I don't just release strong, but also roll over in a short phase.....that's why a stiffer tip would let me control bringing the face to square with little lag....certainly the hits are stronger and I'm getting a little bit more distance, but the win is I'm getting much straighter shots, lots more consistency.
fun stuff - All these woods with these shafts just feel like I'm in better control of the club head even when swinging strong. very cool
all - thanks for the references of course. I've done searches, but I was hoping someone had personal connection to it as well.
IHGOld - thanks for the link to the standard definitions - they cleared up a lot for me too