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Project X 5.5 Recommended Posts VideoKBS Tour VS Project X VS Dynamic Gold - Iron Shafts Sign In or Sign Up Sign in with Twitter. I would appreciate any comments, especially first hand info. Nessism Posted November 1, Besides, as a participant on this Ravensburger Maulwurf Spiel, chances are its only a matter of time before you start collecting more clubs than you'll ever use, unless of course you already have the sickness.
My pro shop is advising a Project X Flighted or non-flighted 5. My understanding of the flighted shafts is that the long irons and short iron shafts have different kick points to 'normal' shafts to promote different ball flights, so the kick points in say a Rifle Flighted and an S 7 iron shaft would be similar and have similar ball flights?
Onto flexes. I've read that the Project X Flighted 5. Any thoughts on this? I've also read that an S would play about 5. Finally, weight?
I was originally fitted for the Rifle Flighted 5. Can anyone shed any light on whether the Project Xs flighted or not are similar weights to the Rifle Flighted?
In summary, I'm trying to choose between the Project X Flighted 5. Cost is also a concern as the S will no doubt be significantly cheaper.
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Wow, thanks, very helpful. It's looking like the Project X Flighted 5. StrayCat 6 January 4, January 4, WUTiger January 9, January 9, SamGray 2 January 11, January 11, Personally I don't care for project x shafts because they feel harsh.
This is just me. Make sure you demo all of the options before making a final decision! Would love to hear what you decide.
StrayCat 6 January 11, WUTiger January 11, Jakester23 64 January 11, Conentrated on a smooth on plane takeaway and then just fired the hips through.
Also focussed on minimising the swaying that was creeping into my swing. Drummonds measured my swing speed a couple of years ago and recommended regular shafts.
I can't remember what my speed was but I know that my swing has defintley changed since then. Am I getting excited about nothing?
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I've played rifle 6. My most consistent was with the 5. However I am worried about dispersion. I've ruled the 6.
Going to order a set of Ap2s and Sm7s today and need to make a decision. To anyone who's played both, I would love any input!
Good all around shaft. That's OK. Swing speed is a minor consideration at best. But the real question is how does a change in feel from the shaft influence those tendencies for you?
That applies to both shaft weight and shaft stiffness. For some players the tendencies don't change regardless of the shaft.
For others, a change in feel from the shaft can influence those tendencies. Generally, one who wants to slow down the transition a bit may try a heavier shaft - or even just a heavier swing weight.
Whether it actually accomplished the goal is something you wont know until you try it. For some it may work, for others it might not make any difference at all, and for a third group it may make things worse.
You have to get out and test the different options to find out what will happen to your swing. Forget all that old talk about getting better dispersion with stiffer shafts or heavier or Consistency in the results comes ONLY from consistency in the swing.
If the 5. Now whether it's the stiffness of the 5. With PX shafts and some other shaft models - most notably the various KBS shafts , as you go up in flex, they also go up in weight.
Ideally you want to fit yourself to weight and stiffness independently - weight comes first and is generally more important or influential to the swing - and stiffness only comes after the weight has been figured out.
Had this dilemma 2 years ago. Bought a set of Mizunos with px 5. With the px 5. The simple change into 6.
Distance stayed the same, maybe even got a bit more distance due to proper sequencing. First round with 6. With driver or 6 iron? Driver swing speed around mph give or take, during season when in form can squeeze out a few more mph.
I am definitely a feel type of player, and am maybe a little different in that while i went up in shaft weight my swing speed increased.
Obviously distance increased as well. Tempo i would describe as fairly smooth until top of back swing with aggressive transition into and through hitting area with a later release.
The weight of the shaft makes possibly the biggest difference asside from overall profile. I tend to like iron shaft between grams.
I have only briefly tested out the 6. Cool, thanks for all that. There is also a 5. Anyway, maybe someone can enlighten me.
Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy. I used to play S from KBS and TT and just switched to PX 5. I played with Project X for three years in my Ping i20's before switching to Aerotech shafts.
I would say that the Project X 5. You can post now and register later. HZRDUS Smoke Green Smoke Green is the latest engineering marvel in the HZRDUS Universe.
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Iron Shafts Engineered to deliver unparalleled precision, incredible accuracy, and optimal control. Project X Maintaining a stout profile throughout the entire shaft, Project X is making it a preferred choice by stronger swingers looking for a flat, penetrating ball flight and unmatched stability.Alle ansehen. Kaufen Sie Golfschläger bei uns und probieren Sie die Golfschläger bei sich auf gewohnten Terrain aus. Stahl, wie er für moderne Golfschläger verwendet wird, ist auch relativ leicht, aber mit einer dicken Dichte werden Sie sich im Schwung fühlen. Project X Catalyst Black Graphite Skl Jahreslos Shafts. There are many more sub flexes with Project X, so the standard flex designations for irons has not been as clear. When we chose for stock in our original AP2 ten years ago, we didn't see that club as a Tour played model. We expected it to be played by the better amateur so we tested both and with our test groups and the won. 4/8/ · I should have clarified in my earlier post, I went to Project X shafts based upon fitter recommendations when ordering my current irons. My last set was a set of AP2 ( version) with the Project X The fitter I went to has a Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Callaway, and Mizuno fitting cart. 6/9/ · I played with Project X for three years in my Ping i20's before switching to Aerotech shafts. I would say that the Project X is about 2/3 the way toward stiff on the flex spectrum. My Aerotech Flexsteel shafts are not quite as stiff as s Dynamic Gold shafts. I should have clarified in my earlier post, I went to Project X shafts based upon fitter recommendations when ordering my current irons. My last set was a set of AP2 ( version) with the Project X The fitter I went to has a Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Callaway, and Mizuno fitting cart. Have you ever wondered what the number designation on your Project X shaft means? You know, the , , and so on printed on the shaft. These numbers correspond with flexes from “regular” to “extra stiff plus”. While the flex is sometimes written on the shaft, many times it isn’t, leaving only the number to inform you of the flex. All are with Project X and heads are bent 2* upright: Pitching Wedge (47*) typically a ~yrd club for me. This one was a tad punchy 8 Iron (39*) typically used as a ~yrd club depending on shot shape. These were 7yrd draws 6 Iron (31*) will use between ~yrds again playing with shape. These were 5~7yrd draws. A 7 iron tests at , while a 5 iron tests a Although we haven't tested sets in , we have seen this trend from However, we have found that the Project X flex are the most consistent across all equipment company sets. Regardless of brand multiple club makers frequency Project X shafts at , plus or minus Project X shafts are also known for their range of flex options. Rather than the traditional regular, stiff, x-stiff, etc profiles, Project X uses a numbering system in.5 increments. The flexes range from the softest at up to the stiffest at , giving players five different flex options.