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Just changed to TM MC with stiff shafts..

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I picked up some Taylor made MC irons for £200 off a friend. They are stunning I couldn't say no. 100% genuine with new golf prides and dynamic golds. Its a big change from x24's. And I seem to be struggling to hit a high trajectory. The ball seems to be super hot going into greens. I feel I'm striking that ball well with them tho.. Could the shafts be too stiff for me? My pro thinks I should have stiff shafts. I measurd my swing a while back. I think it was around 90 with a 7 iron. Thanks

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It's really possible that you don't load the shaft. You didn't saw what shafts are in there, currently?

Swing speed is only one factor when it comes to shaft fitting. I'm not an expert but I've seen enough numbers even with my own experience to see how changing a shaft even within the same stiffness category can really dictate the ball flight.

But, generally, assuming all else is good, low ballflight without much spin would indicate that you don't load the shaft right. Have you lost distance, too?

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Thanks for the reply. I wouldn't say i have lost any distance, only on off center strikes because my old irons were so forgiving.

The shafts are Dynamic golf S300's. MY old shafts were uniflex.

It would be a shame if the shafts were holding me back, because ive wanted these irons for a long time and got them at a bargain! Is this something that could be worked on with lessons?

Thanks

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