Shaft Flex

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By Don F

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  1. Don F

    Don F
    Longview, TX

    I currently play an S flex with a 95mph club head speed. Would I be more suitrd for an R flex?

  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    You wont know for sure until you get stats on TrackMan. Do a Titleist Thursday and compare to compare possible yards gained to dispersion. Then make your decision on what you think is more important, accuracy or distance. Factor in kick point of different shafts to get the trajectory you are looking for too. Lots of variables, do the fitting.
  3. I just purchased a set of AP3 DWT stiff shafts. I have been fitted and the told me stiff but I have concerns that I should have been fitted to an R300. Does Titleist reshaft clubs and if so how much per club? Trying decide if buying new set is cheaper.
  4. Mike D said:

    I just purchased a set of AP3 DWT stiff shafts. I have been fitted and the told me stiff but I have concerns that I should have been fitted to an R300. Does Titleist reshaft clubs and if so how much per club? Trying decide if buying new set is cheaper.

    Hi Mike, Yes, we will do re-shafts, and you can set that up through your pro shop. They will also be able to give you pricing (depends on the shaft selected).
  5. Hi Don, The interesting thing is that there is no industry standard for flex so even within the shaft OEM, their S's are not all the same. You may well hit an S in one shaft and a strong R in another. As Dale said, the best way to make that determination is to hit them outside and if possible, use a monitor like Trackman. Keep in mind that as good as Trackman is, your eyes will tell you quite a bit as well. You will know when it is higher or lower than you expected and if you go to a golf course where you can hit multiple shots on a hole (and equally well), you will have a good idea of what flex works best for you and what you like to see.
  6. Have a swing speed less than you and I use a stiff flex. I have an aggressive transition and the stiff helps

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