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5 hours ago, Colins69 said:

I’ve advised my golfing mates to change the heads because they like their shafts but want a little more pop, well worked for me...

Well, if their shaft is correct, then change your head.  What I am saying is if neither is correct and you need to change only one, the shaft is more important. 

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59 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

Yeah I have that. I’ve been really satisfied with it. But I’m not a bomber at all. I average about 230-40 carry.

I haven't hit the new Ping or Callaway drivers, but it's hard to see them as being much better than the Max, at least for me. The Max is very solid and forgiving. My distance is similar to yours. 

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2 hours ago, Billy Z said:

I haven't hit the new Ping or Callaway drivers, but it's hard to see them as being much better than the Max, at least for me. The Max is very solid and forgiving. My distance is similar to yours. 

I hit the G425 a few times. It felt nice but nothing noticeably different than my Mavrik driver.

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On 3/26/2021 at 2:44 AM, pganapathy said:

Well, if their shaft is correct, then change your head.  What I am saying is if neither is correct and you need to change only one, the shaft is more important. 

Ok, if neither is any good then I would try another shaft or new driver...

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On 4/4/2021 at 12:18 AM, Colins69 said:

Ok, if neither is any good then I would try another shaft or new driver...

Vitamin M would determine this.  If it isn't a problem, the new driver.  But understand the shaft is 75 percent, maybe more, of what you need to get correct.  Obviously a very bad head (say wrong loft fir example) needs to be changed

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On 4/5/2021 at 9:54 PM, pganapathy said:

Vitamin M would determine this.  If it isn't a problem, the new driver.  But understand the shaft is 75 percent, maybe more, of what you need to get correct.  Obviously a very bad head (say wrong loft fir example) needs to be changed

I'm thinking about changing the head because it's more than 10 years old, particularly if you like the shaft your using just want a little more pop...

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You should get fitted, only way to go if you want to benefit the latest tech. You just got to make sure the clubs suit your profile. 

I still use my Titleist 917 woods I tried a fitting but well I don't get much better results, I mean I can go up by 4 yards that's about it.

not worth the change I think.

 

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When i picked up my new irons from the shop the owner said he got some new drivers for me to test. So i went for a new fitting. I was suprised  about a driver i didn’t even expect but it is an amazing one. One we all should have a go with. It is the cobra radspeed, as i am seeking more forgiveness in a driver i ended up with the XB version. I got to say i love that one i still hit it about 15 yards further with a decent spin ( about 2800 rpm ) and my dispersion is way better. 

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