The only really certain way to tell is to have a club fitter put you on the launch monitor with several different shafts.
You can guess pretty well by comparing how far you hit a driver or 5 iron to correlations between distance, swing speed, and appropriate shaft stiffness. You can try some of the attached links for more info.
Shaft is the handle of the golf club.
If the tip diameters are the same then yes. You will need to take it to your local golf shop and they can tell you. If so they will be able to put the new head on the existing shaft very easily.
There is usually a small sticker, usually metallic, it is located near the top of the shaft just below the grip. It should tell you which one it is.
it is a taylor made golf shaft that has a smaller dia at the bottom of the grip .
No, a golf shaft will fit both right and left handed clubs.
There should be some kind of label on the shaft that shows the stiffness. For example, if the label was S, the shaft would be stiff. If there is not a label, take it into any tour professional or club repair and they should be able to tell you.
Do you mean Fujikura? If so, then yes, Fujikura make some of the best golf shafts in Golf.
Yes you can as long as you never change your shaft again.
A high lofted one around 10.5 plus, with a regular shaft. Or an offset one, the offset will correct your slice.
You should simply mark the desired length, and then using a rotating saw and being careful you should cut just below the marked line. You should then use a sander to smooth off the shaft to the correct length, and then you are ready to put your shaft into your club.
Great question. If you are referring to a driver them the shaft is as important as the club head. You need to marry a shaft with the correct flex, kick point and also a driver head with a good loft for you or you will be very inconsistent and not get the best distance or flight that you should.
Selecting the right shaft can make or break your game. If you are not using the shaft that is fitted for you, you could be hurting your game. For a detailed answer on how shafts work, you can go to the link below. I suggest you go to a golf professional and have them fit you for a shaft.
Reshaft it with the proper length shaft, you local golf shop or professional should be able to do it for you easily and cheaply.
Correct shaft length depends on the height of the individual. It must be at least 18 inches and up to 48 inches in length, though a putter can be longer.
Nothing it is a brand of shaft, the specs in all shafts differ
A golf shaft which is too stiff will cause a slice. This is because the shaft is too stiff for you to square the club face at impact. You can get custom fit to see which flex is best for you, as a shaft which is not fitted correctly can affect your game.
It is imposible for me to tell you how stiff a shaft you should use because I don't know your swing speed. Golfers who swing the club at a faster speed in the downswing (faster swing peed) will require a stiffer, and possibly heavier shaft, whereas a golfer with a slower swing speed may need a more flexible and possibly lighter shaft. Depending on how serious you are about golf, you may want to get a club fitting. If you do this a golf professional will help you find the
Hosel is the the socket (or neck) in the head of a golf club into which the shaft is inserted.
Golf Cart Input Shafts are like parts of the golf cart that's need to be overhauled.
The cam shaft position sensor uses the "Hall Effect" to tell the ecu ( car's computer ) where the cam shaft is in it's rotation. This information is used by the ecu to fire off the coil ( or coils ) and the injectors at the correct time.
cal vw or your local parts store and they will tell you.
There is not a lot of difference . . . only in the name.
You might "trim" or shorten the shaft of a golf club if it is too long for the person using it. Basically, the club was designed for a taller person than the one wishing to use it, but it is often cheaper to shorten the shaft of an old club than get a new shaft or new club.
Metal golf shafts are made of steel.