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Tommy Criss

Broken Shafts

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So I’m having a bit of an issue. I have hit on the range 2 days in a row now. The first day I broke my 6-iron from a clean contact ball, maybe just a bit heavy. The next day at the range, same exact thing with my 7-iron. I’ve been swinging these clubs for a while and never had a problem, but after being in the weight room a bit and practicing more, I can feel my club head speed climbing. The shafts in my irons are stiff, is it possible that I need a higher or lower flex and that’s the problem? Or is it just a weird thing that I caught both of those swings a little chunky and the shafts happened to break? Thanks for the help! 

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8 hours ago, Tommy Criss said:

So I’m having a bit of an issue. I have hit on the range 2 days in a row now. The first day I broke my 6-iron from a clean contact ball, maybe just a bit heavy. The next day at the range, same exact thing with my 7-iron. I’ve been swinging these clubs for a while and never had a problem, but after being in the weight room a bit and practicing more, I can feel my club head speed climbing. The shafts in my irons are stiff, is it possible that I need a higher or lower flex and that’s the problem? Or is it just a weird thing that I caught both of those swings a little chunky and the shafts happened to break? Thanks for the help! 

Welcome to The Sand Trap. How old are the irons? Where was the break? 

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