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I hope I have this right. "L" = ladies, "A"= senior "R"= regular "S"= stiff "X"= extra stiff.

I have 3 older sets of clubs. I think they date back to the 80's & 90's. On older clubs are codes different? They kind of seem that way by looking at the ones I have.

Wilson 1200 LT= They say Standard flex and they also have 02F on the sticker. Does Standard flex = "R" regular shaft?

And can anyone tell me what the LT stands for on these clubs?

King Snake= They have a "S" inside a square. Does this = standard or stiff?

Macgregor tourney's= They say Medium and they have a 2 inside a circle. Would this = a Senior flex?

Thank you.

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I hope I have this right. "L" = ladies, "A"= senior "R"= regular "S"= stiff "X"= extra stiff.

I have 3 older sets of clubs. I think they date back to the 80's & 90's. On older clubs are codes different? They kind of seem that way by looking at the ones I have.

Wilson 1200 LT= They say Standard flex and they also have 02F on the sticker. Does Standard flex = "R" regular shaft?

And can anyone tell me what the LT stands for on these clubs?

King Snake= They have a "S" inside a square. Does this = standard or stiff?

Macgregor tourney's= They say Medium and they have a 2 inside a circle. Would this = a Senior flex?

Thank you.


Can you take pictures?

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The codes could be the same, but there's no real industry standard that defines "stiff," "regular," etc. It can vary company to company, shaft model to shaft model.
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As @jamo said, the labeled flex is pretty varied from brand to brand. Plus, what you need is more dependent on how you load the shaft, not necessarily how fast you swing.
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