Now, Tour players, but they "feel" everything and know what works!So then we took a look at the method that shaft companies uses to create driver an fairway wood shafts…..We Distance. HEIGHT GET MY CALORIE GOAL YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Steel Vs. I I-mixed my Motore Speeder 7.0 stiff to give it a fair test against the regular Motore F1 and the other shafts in my quiver. http://cieib.org/best-driver/best-driver-packs-eng-2009.html
Material: Nano carbon Weight: 65g-76g Torque: 2.8-4.2 Flex Point: Mid-High Flexes: X, S, R www.aldila.com Aldila VS Proto Key Feature: Micro Laminate Technology makes a jump to the future with the First, a shaft is considered the engine of every club, and if you're playing with one that doesn't match your swing's DNA, you could potentially lose valuable distance, accuracy and shot The new contenders… So what stood out? Ping g30 10.5 Ping g 17.5 Ping BeCU eye 2 3-W Ping g2i Craz E Back to top 13 #14 Prof3ssor Prof3ssor Hit it, find it, hit it again! http://blog.tourspecgolf.com/best-selling-shafts-of-2009/
What We Like: Grafalloy's engineers coming up with a unique combo of design elements to produce a cutting-edge product. It is a stiffer tip, lower launching, higher modulus graphite version. The Swings Of Today’s Top Young Golfers Are Vastly More Efficient Than Those Used By Yesterday’s Heroes Explore Caribbean’s Top Tropical Resort Golf Four Fine Ways To Play This Season Flatten All of which can be achieved by choosing the correct shaft.
Do you want to hit the ball farther or improve your shot shape, or both? please contact administrator. Your 5 iron out drives your PW. I have always played a slight fade off the tee, but I find myself yelling at the ball to cut a little, but it doesn’t.
This one is identical in feel to the 7.0 and 7.1. since mostly drivers have movable weights you still have the the same flawed swing through out your other clubs in the bag. Epic with Oban black Srixon f65 with Tensei Pro Blue Wishon 949 5 wood Oban Devotion Bridgestone JGR CB 5-AW Odyssey O Works#7 Putter Cleveland RTX 2.0 54 Wishon 58 Back More Help Reply January 18, 2010 at 12:52 pm Mark Collins I'm not surprised that the stainless steel drivers of the 80's were not an improvement over the persimmons.
I am working on retraining myself to aim down the middle. Scott’s ball striking numbers are comparable to a PGA Tour player. This results in a high, powerful trajectory, one that flies high and long but without losing control through excess spin. They both can be had for a great price now and, for me, they perform awesome.
One player, Doug Davis, has an outstanding amateur record, is a former captain of the University of Michigan Golf Team and an all Big-Ten player. http://www.golftipsmag.com/buyers-guide/shafts/2009-shafts-buyers-guide/ The R11S is what I play, the 910 D2 and D3 are both great, can't go wrong with the PING's, Adams Fast12 LS is getting great feedback, as well as the Great golf courses, including "The Monster" at Oakland Hills, have been lengthened, thus making it impossible to gauge the modern pro golfer versus Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, etc. The result is a shaft that provides maximum distance with a lower trajectory.
I'd look into "The Hammer" Back to top 9 #10 khoyng82 khoyng82 Member Advanced Members 92 posts Member #: 43294 Joined: 12/05/2007 GolfWRX Likes : 8 0 Feedback Score http://cieib.org/best-driver/best-driver-shafts-2011.html MSRP - $220.00 More Oban reviews Your Reaction?LIKE0LEGIT0WOW0LOL0IDHT0FLOP0OB0SHANK0FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestE-mail Previous articleBeckman Wins Frys.com Open in PlayoffNext articleVega RAFC-02 Raw Limited Edition Gxgolferhttp://www.golfwrx.com RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arccos Caddie: In previous years, Japanese golfers were surveyed for the reasons why they wanted to reshaft and 65% had answered "to gain more distance". I’ve enjoyed the freedom to change heads or shafts when conditions or my head demand it.
All Rights Reserved. The Motore Speeder line offers some of the smoothest feel I’ve found of any shaft. WITB Link Back to top 25 #26 shuddleston shuddleston Tour Winner ClubWRX Charter Members 671 posts Member #: 132450 Joined: 07/06/2011 Location:AR GolfWRX Likes : 13 51 Feedback Score Posted his comment is here I currently play a TM R580 in 12* and want a 10.5 I was thinking of a cobra ZL, s2 or cleveland DST.
Comparison of total distance to include carry distance plus rollout. 1. Extremely informative, even if just to prove the obvious. What We Like: The use of the highest-quality materials possible in a variety of weights, torques and stiffnesses.
Material: High-modulus graphite, Axial Composite Interlace Weight: 65g-73g Torque: 3.3 Flex Point: Mid Flexes: X, S, TX, SR www.gdintl.com Graphite Design Tour AD Throttle Key Feature: The Tour AD Throttle is Material: High-modulus graphite, Axial Composite Interlace Weight: 65g-75g Torque: Low Flex Point: Mid-High Flexes: X, S, R www.gdintl.com Mitsubishi Bassara Key Feature: A softer bend profile and more moderate torque ratings We have measurements of distance and accuracy for seven (7) different drivers that span the years from 1920 to the present. I think in a blind test, you would be hard pressed to tell which on feels better, which in my mind is quite an accomplishment.
Scott competes professionally and also teaches at the Kendall Academy located at Miles of Golf. I'm currently in the market for a new driver, but want to go with a previous years model like the OP. Looking ahead to 2010… So what does this mean moving forward into 2010? weblink Keep it up.
The nicknames refer to the hexadecagonal (16-sided) internal platform on which the new designs are built. The flex and rebound of the shaft becomes more predictable equaling more consistent shots and much tighter dispersion. The higher tensile ratings ratings in golf shafts are also related to the Who It's For: Stronger, more accomplished players who generate plenty of clubhead speed. Therefore, this technology is a perfect fit for fairway woods or by players who can benefit from a moderate weighted driver shaft.
ClubWRX Charter Members 6,302 posts Member #: 23067 Joined: 12/24/2006 Location:Omaha, NE Ebay ID:Skaffa77 GolfWRX Likes : 405 161 Feedback Score Posted 25 April 2012 - 04:51 PM i*windows, on And remove other annoying "stuff" in between posts? Who It's For: Anyone. Download Miles of Golf Vintage Test Results About the author Chris Mile President of Miles of Golf Related postsInformation Technology and Golf PracticeJanuary 10, 2012Golf Hybrids - The Best Traits of
Per Aldila, S-Core Technology allows the hoop stiffness of the VooDoo to be increased by 80% over conventional graphite and by as much as 60% over the competitions attempts at cross Who It's For: Recreational to better players who require a more responsive tip action to achieve optimal performance. The best in the world can feel minor adjustments to the designs. The shaft is designed so the softer flexes have progressively softer tips to help the slower swing speed players optimize launch conditions.Delivering the same great value as its sister shaft, the
Schavolite Composite head with an early steel shaft from the 1930s. 3. It is lower than the 7.1. Both are very striking but not to busy with multi-tones. In some cases the technology is directly linked to the trends in head design.
That seemed to do the trick. The shafts signature graphical element, the "throwing star", is inspired by traditional weaponry of the Japanese Ninja and has been modified to represent a snowflake. Each era showed increases in distance with one exception. Thus, maximum energy is transferred to the ball rather than being wasted deforming the shaft cross section – distance is maximized.
Create a FREE GolfWRX account here. 10 #11 sk33tr sk33tr Advanced Advanced Members 407 posts Member #: 158435 Joined: 01/28/2012 Location:Louisville, KY GolfWRX Likes : 89 9 Feedback Score The pure pearl white basecoat for the FUBUKI™ shaft is inspired by the meaning of the word "FUBUKI" in Japanese which means "BLIZZARD". The major advances in both distance and accuracy took place with the introduction of titanium drivers. Soft, smooth and muted on impact.