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Shafts for High Ball Trajectory

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I recently purchased a used set of Mizuno MP 32 Irons (4-PW) and I absolutely love them. I've always used game improvement cavity backs (currently own a set of Taylormade Rocketbladez, which I also love) but I feel more confident with bladed irons, especially at address.

The stock shafts, Dynamic Gold S300, don't seem stable enough (if that makes any sense). I was wondering which are the better shafts for launching the ball into a higher trajectory. I normally hit the ball nice and high but with the Mizuno's, my ball flight is much lower, so I'd like to reclaim that high flight with my blades.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Reason ball is going lower is probably more due to the center of gravity being higher and closer to the face on a muscleback.  RBZ irons are the complete opposite.

To answer your question, KBS Tour 90 shafts are designed to launch the ball higher http://kbsgolfshafts.com/shafts/kbs-tour-90

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Dynamic Golf shafts are designed to launch the ball low. TT Dynalite shafts have a high launch.

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Reason ball is going lower is probably more due to the center of gravity being higher and closer to the face on a muscleback.  RBZ irons are the complete opposite.

To answer your question, KBS Tour 90 shafts are designed to launch the ball higher http://kbsgolfshafts.com/shafts/kbs-tour-90

That makes sense. Thanks for the info.

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