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Hi guys and ladies, new to the site but not to golf, does anyone have any info on the flex of an Apollo #1 Custom Made Lite Weight Frequency Matched, as stated on the shaft band, found on a Petron tournament model C431 Lite Weight blades, circa I guess 1998/99, any info would be appreciated, kind regards Steve 

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9 hours ago, Coffin-dodger said:

Hi guys and ladies, new to the site but not to golf, does anyone have any info on the flex of an Apollo #1 Custom Made Lite Weight Frequency Matched, as stated on the shaft band, found on a Petron tournament model C431 Lite Weight blades, circa I guess 1998/99, any info would be appreciated, kind regards Steve 

Well I think it may be hard to really know because every brand has their own system of what's considered Regular/Stiff/X-Stiff. What is regular in one brand may be stiff in another. However I do believe IIRC the Apollo shafts frequency matched are based on the concept that the higher the frequency in a shaft pattern the more 'stiff' the shaft will be. So when you ask 'What is the flex' I guess the question would be 'compared to what?'. Sorry I'm probably not much help. But welcome to TST and I'm sure some others will chime in and give you a better answer. Cheers!

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Cheers Vinsk, I appreciate your input, it's a difficult one as the info I had came from a 3rd party, I took the chance and bought them as I fell for the classic  lines(bit of a blade freak), I'll pull the shafts if I have to and fit R400 or a rifle shaft once I find out the tip size, kind regards Steve 

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