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61 Inch Shaft, Guess Increase in Swing Speed

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118 is my guess without doing any math, and barely watching the swing, and within ten seconds of opening this topic.

1 hour ago, nevets88 said:

Looks longer though, doesn't it?

Probably because it was a 61" shaft.

I was close (but over). I used the video only, then went to see the answer.

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