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SLDR with Motore F1 comments, advice

post #1 of 7
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I recently was fitted for the 10.5 SLDR with Fuji Motore shaft at 44.5" S flex. No sure if I really like it or not any more than the stock shaft. Anyone had any luck or comment with this setup? Thanks in advance.
post #2 of 7

You talking the TP version versus the non TP version?

post #3 of 7
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I recently was fitted for the 10.5 SLDR with Fuji Motore shaft at 44.5" S flex. No sure if I really like it or not any more than the stock shaft. Anyone had any luck or comment with this setup? Thanks in advance.

How would that help you?

Just curious. 

If you don't like it what difference would it make to you if Joe Blow does?

You say you were fitted for it, so there must be a reason for that.

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
It is the TP head with Motore F1. Didn't intend the post to be rhetorical. I was basically interested to find out if others had any experience positive or negative with this setup. I've noticed other folks comment about the differences between an indoor "into the net" fitting vs. seeing/perceiving a difference in play.
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It is the TP head with Motore F1. Didn't intend the post to be rhetorical. I was basically interested to find out if others had any experience positive or negative with this setup. I've noticed other folks comment about the differences between an indoor "into the net" fitting vs. seeing/perceiving a difference in play.

 

 

Depends on the number really. Do you see any significant difference. Does it feel better for you? Really determining between two shaft models is just basing it on what your willing to pay. For me I went up to the TP because that clubhead and shaft combination just worked great for me. I love how the club feels. So for me it was worth it. 

 

 

I will say this, that Fujikura Shaft is awesome!!! in my opinion. 

post #6 of 7

If you got fitted, I'd go with what they told you unless there was a solid reason. Nobody else can get fitted and try clubs for you. 

 

The plus side is that you can easily swap shafts later with the SLDR tip so it doesn't matter that much.

post #7 of 7
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Yes, thanks! I've discovered the difference is in adjusting the fade/draw bias just one notch. Crazy.a1_smile.gif
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