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Poll Results: What material of shaft do you prefer in your irons?

 
  • 93% (15)
    Steel
  • 6% (1)
    Graphite
  • 0% (0)
    Other
16 Total Votes  
post #19 of 23
What would you like to know? I've been a shaft/club fitter for 25+ years and I don't work for aerotech but I do know a fair amount about them...
post #20 of 23
Thread Starter 
I would like to know if they actually add yardage... I like steel shafts for the consistency and the feel/weight but would love a few extra yards. Are they as consistent as steel and do they also add yards?
post #21 of 23

Players Spec's ...mb's are 1/2 soft stepped
post #22 of 23
Thread Starter 
Which do you game?
post #23 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by SamGray View Post

I would like to know if they actually add yardage... I like steel shafts for the consistency and the feel/weight but would love a few extra yards. Are they as consistent as steel and do they also add yards?

in a nut shell...the e.i. curve combined with the 'hoop' factor produce a very responsive shaft...the nature of the manufacturing process produces a very consistent product, many of the pga and senior pga tour players are gaming the i95(hand picked) as well...Adding yardage, well that's up to physics and your personal specs. I feel I get the responsiveness,  sturdiness and consistency of steel without the harsh feel on slightly miss hit shots. I use the aerotech players specs because weight works better in standard(old standards) length clubs, if your fitted to over length then the i95 would probably work out better(Kuch, Sneds and Couples) to get your swing weights right(unless your counter weighting)...I'm never going to knock most steel shafts but if your ready to try something different you can't go wrong with steel fiber(it has copper threading in it as well, just sounds cool,lol).

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