David J replied to Re: Improve your distance and accuracy with golf shaft fitting tips and pro advice. Shaft Kick Point, also known as flex point or bend point, is the location on the shaft that bends the most during a swing. Players with higher clubhead speeds typically benefit most from shafts with a higher kick point, which promotes a lower launch angle for a lower, more controllable trajectory. U-try gives you the freedom to test drive the club on your course, at your pace, with the golf ball you play.

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Your Golf Club Shaft is Too Stiff –

Then I figured I must have topped it or something. So unless he was just showing off though nobody was actually officially watchingthen what was the point of having it display dodgy stats?

Sign up for GlobalGolf. The shot miss on a shaft that is too stiff shqft be a slice left to right for right-handed golfer or push-slice because, without proper shaft flexion, the clubhead will never release swing speed for stiff shaft the clubface will be open at impact.

Although a 6 iron y with that swing speed is very unrealistic infact imposible! I recommend that you go to a professional fitter and get fit for the correct shaft. If you do love it, that’s awesome! I would be looking at a refit and flr for shaft and club head! Would you recommend px 5.

How to Narrow Down your Iron Shaft Options Based on Your Swing Speed and Tempo

I thought that there was more to it than that, ie transition, tempo and preferred ball flight. A higher kick stoff, which means the bend point is higher in swing speed for stiff shaft shaft, closer to the grip, can help lower trajectory, while a lower kick point, which is closer to where the head and shaft are connected can help increase the trajectory of a golf shot.

Trial and error is the only way. So it is not impossible to get this distance out of a 6 iron.

How Do I Know If My Shaft Flex Is Too Firm? | Golfweek

swing speed for stiff shaft I average mph on my 6 iron and I carry It can be generalized that taller players require a more upright lie angle and shorter players a flatter lie angle. By this, is your suggestion that a golfer go with one flex stiffer in the woods than the irons?

How to Design a Golf Shaft. Before we determine which shaft flex swing speed for stiff shaft which swing speed, we should first understand the negative effects of using an flex that’s not appropriate for your swing speed. If I used a Taylor Made rocketbladez that might become A shaft that is too stiff will not flex to its full capability, which means a well-struck shot will be limited on both carry distance and shot trajectory.

Should always get fit to confirm. And the ball fairly whizzes off the face and sounds wonderful – and it goes straight I’m also using Srixon Soft Feel balls – which are designed for swingspeed under 80mph.

What 7-iron swing speed = stiff shaft?

Just watch any hacker at the range with a dunlop driver swing speed for stiff shaft their hands. I hate to be this person, but that’s a rather general statement. Nick, I was standing watching the swing and the Vector stats and trust me.

This made it very difficult to accurately gauge carry distance. Should I be refit this season? Instructors sometimes tell their students to “feel the clubhead.

Yeah, the independent session tested both sets of clubs side by side. True Temper Tournament Dr. Under most conditions, you want the most flexible shafts you can use, not the stiffest. This is about 45 yards longer than the average golfer who shoots between 90 and 94 based on test results and a pilot study at GrowingTheGame.

Don’t really notice a difference in feel with the short irons but it becomes more prevalent as you go to the longer clubs. If a golfer wants to launch the ball higher and feel added whip in the shaft, graphite usually is swing speed for stiff shaft best option.

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