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I just bought a SIM2 FW wood and none of the shafts offered were what I need. The stock shaft is a good one for 55 grams but I want weight in my FW woods with a low kick-point and lowish torque. Like between 3.8 to 4.2. I'd like the weight to be around 65-70 grams I'd like it to be in regular flex if that's possible. My older 7 wood has a Mitsubishi Diamana Red shaft but it was over tipped 10 years ago and just never got up in the air like I need. It's close but not quite what I want. Any suggestion before I do a major hunt? Thx

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20 minutes ago, chop said:

I just bought a SIM2 FW wood and none of the shafts offered were what I need. The stock shaft is a good one for 55 grams but I want weight in my FW woods with a low kick-point and lowish torque. Like between 3.8 to 4.2. I'd like the weight to be around 65-70 grams I'd like it to be in regular flex if that's possible. My older 7 wood has a Mitsubishi Diamana Red shaft but it was over tipped 10 years ago and just never got up in the air like I need. It's close but not quite what I want. Any suggestion before I do a major hunt? Thx

UST Mamiya Proforce V2, 57g and 3.7 torque. Have you checked out this line? What’s your budget?

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Would need to know budget and length you plan on playing at but there are probably 30 off the top of my head that would all work fine. Obviously if you liked the Mitsu Red stuff, you can easily find a 70g raw shaft in R and tip it the correct amount but like I said there are plenty of options.

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14 hours ago, chop said:

I just bought a SIM2 FW wood and none of the shafts offered were what I need. The stock shaft is a good one for 55 grams but I want weight in my FW woods with a low kick-point and lowish torque. Like between 3.8 to 4.2. I'd like the weight to be around 65-70 grams I'd like it to be in regular flex if that's possible. My older 7 wood has a Mitsubishi Diamana Red shaft but it was over tipped 10 years ago and just never got up in the air like I need. It's close but not quite what I want. Any suggestion before I do a major hunt? Thx

In all seriousness, if budget isn't an issue. Bring your FW to a place like Tru Spec and you'll get exactly what you need and even have opportunities to test a bunch of stuff first.

If you are on a budget, then I'd suggest getting on-line and ordering a GolfWorks or Hireko catalog. (Both are free) You can then brows golf shafts until your head explodes. Seriously, there will be a wealth of options in all kinds of price ranges that you can sort through. 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Thanks for all of the suggestions guys but I jumped the gun on this. Took the club out for two more rounds and hit it beautifully. I just didn't have faith in this shaft but now I am a believer. I was also feeling the pressure to hit a 7 wood that I just paid $300 for. It's the first new club I have purchased besides a driver in 20 years. I'll be buying some more of these woods for sure.

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