Driver shaft length

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By Glenn B

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  1. Glenn B

    Glenn B

    Currently gaming my 917 with the pro 74 shaft at 44” and liking this length. How would a TS perform at this length or 44.5” with the Hzrdous Smoke 6.0 as looking at the profiles this is the closest of the stock shafts. Just looking for thoughts as currently I can’t get to a fitting?

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    While I philosophically believe there is benefit to a shorter shaft, the guys at TPI convinced me that with the TS I could do better moving from a stock 45 inch 917 to a stock 45.5 inch TS. I didn't lose accuracy with either dispersion or where I was striking on the club face. It would be worth to keep your 917 gamer and waiting until you can get to a fitting to determine the best shaft and length for you. Using my 917 shaft in a TS didn't result in much change. Both the length and technology of the shaft selected contributed substantially to the 4 mph increase in ball speed.
  3. You need to find the magic sweet spot between the center line of the fairway and extra yards that land in the rough.
  4. Deno

    Hawthorne, NJ

    I'm also keeping my 917 D2 w/ standard 45 " shaft. Very confident with accuracy, distance, and ball flight.
  5. Joseph M

    Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

    According to Titleist their +6g Weight Screw will bring you back to the TS standard swing weight at 44" inch and at 44.5" their +4g Weight Screw would be required.

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