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  1. I wasn't sure what to call this thread, however, maybe the mods, can re-title it if need be. As most of you who read my posts, I am big Tour Edge Exotics guy. I'm a walking billboard. As @WUTiger put it, I'm a staff player. I'm thinking about getting S-flex shafts or a slightly lighter X-flex for my woods/hybrids. The driver I would just need the shaft and adaptor for. But would the 4-wood and hybrids they are bonded. It's not that the X-flex is too stiff. I think I could get a little more distance with a little softer or lighter shaft. (So basically I'm finally listening to the fitter). Now here is where it gets interesting. I can get the Driver, fairway and hybrid for less than it would cost for the 3 shafts. So here's the questions, full clubs or just the shafts? Suggestions on a good X shafts in the 68-72 gram range? I thought Red Tie but they don't make X flex.
  2. Hello, i am wondering on if I should get x-100 shafts. My coach said I should 100% get them because I hit my 7 iron 190 carry on track man and like 182 on course and I hit it high. My club head with 6 iron was like 95 mph I think. Just let me know what u think.
  3. After 2 back surgeries I want to change over to a single plane swing. When it comes to shaft sellection, does anyone have advise on flighted shafts or standard shafts? Shaft length will be the same 4-7 & 1" shorter 8 - wedge. Gap and sand wedge will be standard lenght.
  4. Hi I have a ton of shafts and grips that I inherited. How can I find out how much they are worth? Are used shafts worth anything? Thanks in advance for your advice.
  5. I feel like I'm getting pretty familiar with some of the better brands of shafts and all that but when I read some people's posts regarding highly customized/special shafts I get lost quickly. The buzz words that got me thinking, were "low launch" and "high launch." I had no idea that was a specification. I wasn't fitted for a driver during my fitting, they just basically told me the stiff flex was good and that I should cut down on my shaft by some amount. So I got it cut down. I know there are shafts that can cost SEVERAL hundred dollars. I'm not that guy. I groove my swing to make good shots. I don't care about having an absolutely optimized swing at the tune of several thousands of dollars. I ain't got the skill for that anyways. My question is: just how much benefit can an optimized driver shaft yield? Of course there's several variables, including what current shaft you're playing and your skill level and such. But seriously, are there single digit players that can get double-digit gains in distance by a sweet new, optimized shaft? Or is it more mild than that? I'm really liking my driver swing and distance right now so this is really a question of curiosity.
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