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Golf Works - what do these mean?

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I was looking at different clubs, iron sets, hybrids that you could order. Under shafts, the choices are L R X S - I assume that stands for the flex ladies, regular, stiff, x-stiff. But on iron sets, hybrids, etc there are choices like S R A, and F R L, and R/S. Anybody know what those mean? thanks
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Re: Golf Works - what do these mean?

i believe A is like senior flex
S/R is something nippon shafts have. it's between stiff and regular.
not sure about F tho
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Re: Golf Works - what do these mean?

Silly how companies have different designations for the same thing. I think F represents firm which is the same as being between regular and stiff.
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Re: Golf Works - what do these mean?

Originally Posted by supercow View Post
Silly how companies have different designations for the same thing. I think F represents firm which is the same as being between regular and stiff.
A standard may destroy some marketing gimmicks, like the 43-degree pitching wedge.
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