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Is a new shaft worth it

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 

ok i currently hit my driver pretty well, when i keep my tempo down. i have a stock project x 6.0 and was wondering if a new shaft is worth it. I'm looking at the "mitsubishi rayon - kuro kage black 70s" any thoughts? its 179.99 and i don't want to throw a lot of money at it if its not worth it

post #2 of 6

In all honesty, probably not worth it. Have you tested both shafts side by side and notice a considerable improvement in the Mitsu shaft? If not, I would advise to stick with what you have.

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 

how do you test a shaft? buy and try? or do they have demos?

post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by KyleAnthony View Post

how do you test a shaft? buy and try? or do they have demos?

Fitting carts have all kinds of flexes and weights. Golfsmith and Roger Dunn (this is the best place). You want to go to a store where they just let you try different club heads with the shafts. You can use the launch monitor to see the differences.

I took a risk in buying the shafts and putting them on my club, but it worked.
post #5 of 6

Anywhere with a Callaway fitting cart should have different shafts for you to try in your XHot.

post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 

thank you guys. I'm assuming i can pop my head off and try on their shafts as well. i was thinking a heavier shaft like 70 or maybe even 80 stiff. i'll check out roger dune tomorrow

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