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  1. Is the Fujikura Fit-On-Max 76 a good, low spin fairway wood shaft? I broke a shaft for my Callaway X 15 degree and need something of reasonable price and that will have low spin. My 3 wood swingspeed is approximately 95 miles per hour. My spin is above 5000 rpm and I need something that will help lower it. I have a smooth transition and a smooth release. Suggestions are much appreciated!!! Also, does anyone know if the Callaway X is a low or high spin head?
  2. If a player hits a 21 degree 38.25 inch 4 iron 170, how far would he typically hit a 21 degree 40 inch 4 hybrid? I am trying to fill the gap between the 4 irno and a 3 wood that is hit about 205 yards. I am not sure if I should get 2 and 3 hybrids or if the gapping will be off. Any help you can give on that is much appreciated!!!
  3. I don't want to go higher than a 58 because I cannot hit them consistently well. Tom Wishon is the President of Wishon Golf. Thanks for the response.
  4. The R11 9 iron is 40 degrees and pw is 45 degrees. I would like to add 3 wedges to that which do no exceed 57 or 58 degrees. Would it be a good idea to bend the pw to 44.5 and go at 4.5 degree increments to 58 degrees? Will that be my best distance gapping? I have also thought about just going 49-53-57 and no bending of the pw or 50-54-58. I will use the gap wedge (49/50) for full shots and most of my chipping, the next wedge for sand shots and some full shots, and the highest lofted wedge when I need the high ball - which isn't too often. For what I am looking to do with the clubs, what do yo
  5. Thanks for the reply. Another question for you great fitters. The R11 9 iron is 40 degrees and pw is 45 degrees. I would like to add 3 wedges to that which do no exceed 58 degrees. Would it be a good idea to bend the pw to 44.5 and go at 4.5 degree increments to 58 degrees? Will that be my best distance gapping? I have also thought about just going 49-53-57 and no bending of the pw or 50-54-58. I will use the gap wedge (49/50) for full shots and most of my chipping, the next wedge for sand shots and some full shots, and the highest lofted wedge when I need the high ball. For what
  6. Thanks. I would love to wake up in the morning and have a lot more opinions from you wonderful clubfitters!
  7. I was fitted into TaylorMade R11 irons with Dynamic Gold S300 shafts. The Trackman Launch Monitor stats for that setup 6 iron (28 degrees, 37.25 inches, 61.5 degrees lie, 5.6 frequency, D3-D4 swingweight, Golf Pride VDR or Tour Velvet grip) done on a 75 degree day with no wind is as follows... Club Speed 81.2 Attack Angle -1.7 Club Path -4.8 Vert. Swing Plane 57.7 Horiz. Swing Plane -5.8 Dynamic Loft 26.4 Face Angle -.9 Ball Speed 104.5 Smash factor 1.29 Vert. Angle 21.0 Horiz. Angle -1.7 Spin Rate 5604 Spin Axis 3.7 Max Height 27.1 Carry 148.7
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