I have been playing a Graffaloy Pro Launch Blue in stiff and I have found that it plays a touch too stiff and I get exactly the results the testing indicated, low ball flight and short carry. Otherwise they’re really screwing themselves with most of those shaft choices if it’s actually closer to Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free. But the tendency was the same: Posted 27 February – Posted 15 September –
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I have been playing a Graffaloy Pro Launch Blue in stiff and I have found that it plays a touch too stiff and I rootest exactly the results the testing indicated, low ball flight and short carry. Shaft matching is much more a product of shaft acceleration and launch conditions than velocity speed.
Also, about the low launch with the softer shafts on higher swing speeds: But the tendency was the same: I have been using the shaft fitting addendum for some time as a very useful shaft comparison reference. The Prolaunch Blue numbers were robotset.
Driver Shaft Test and Shaft Spec List – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX
And how can it be higher than 1. A wealth of information. So you can just look up which shafts might suit somebody with a mph sing speed, with a slow, medium or fast tempo. I have regularly seen a European Senior Tour player hit a ladies shaft perfectly at demo days, but he does not play that flex when cash is on the line.
I found the NV 65 results interesting in that the test showed significantly less carry for this shaft than any other. I swapped out from the stock gold shaft in my cleveland launcher to the NV 65 both stiff and have seen no difference in carry.
Golf Balls Robotest – Golf-Magazin
And just from a common sense standpoint, it is really hard golfrime believe that the NV 65 could carry that much shorter than other shafts and still be popular. It is interesting because most shaft manufacturers recommend a stiff shaft for swing speeds between The first one shows the results of a driver shaft test.
This is where you can start: You would think a direct comparison would be proper. Likewise with their findings, I’ve had better results with NVS.
Driver Shaft Test and Shaft Spec List
It was done by a German company at a flat outdoor range with a Trackman and a swing robot. Otherwise they’re really screwing themselves with most of those shaft choices if it’s actually closer to Read, enjoy, digest and discuss, if you want to.
Posted 19 September – Mitsubishi recommend stiff for mph. Posted 15 September – Interesting, must be a deficiency in regard to how a weaker shaft loads at higher speeds.
I came across two interesting websites, when I was looking for informations about different driver shafts, their specs, how they might fit me etc.
The German research golvtime mph swings would be better off using a regular flex. The robot always swings the same way, no matter how fast it swings, right? It also could not accord for the way someone can “load” a shaft.