For beginners I would recommend a regular shaft in your driver, these are aimed at golfers with slower swing speeds, as you progress through the game you may want to go to stiff or even extra stiff.
Callaway make this shaft flex, it is designed in between a regular flex and stiff flex shaft.
A regular shaft has regular flex.
A wise man's guess would be Stiff Regular flex, between Stiff flex and Regular flex.
A good idea is a large headed high lofted (10.5 degrees plus) and a regular flex shaft. There may be a temptation to get a 9.5 stiff and try and hit it as far as you can, but the first driver i suggested will pay dividends in the long term. The driver is a hard club to hit for beginners due to it's low loft and long shaft.
1. Not sure2. From Ebay buying guidehttp://pages.ebay.com/buy/guides/golf-clubs-buying-guide/Set flex vs. uniflexConsider shaft flex (the amount of bend in a shaft) when you shop. Beginners will want more flex than experienced golfersA: Geared toward seniors.Regular: Designed for average players with a 75 to 90mph swing speed.Stiff/ Firm/ Extra stiff: Designed for people with a swing speed between 90 to 110mph.Uniflex: Varying flex to fit most swing speeds.
i need to replace the flex shaft in my weedeater. how do i do it?
Yes because depending on your swing speed the shaft can be too flexed at impact which causes the face and shaft of ur driver to be open. A faster swing speed needs an x stiff shaft
Hi....I have played Ping clubs for serveral years..and yes the Ping soft regular shaft is equivilant to the senior shaft or A flex of many shaft designations.
yeah it should. Other wise the feeling of both will feel different and most likely you will be hitting every where. Doesnt have to be the same shaft just use same flex.
Stiff flex is simply a stiff graphite shaft. The flex of the shaft is basically how whippy it is, stiff has a little whip in it, but less than a regular. 60 would be the weight of the shaft, 60 grams.
Shaft flex is determined by the vibration frequency-- this is measured by fixing the shaft's butt and attaching a 10-ounce weight on its tip and then vibrate it to its vertical direction.
A senior flex shaft is a very flexible lightweight golf shaft which is ideal for senior golfers. They usually have a low kick point which is ideal to get the ball in the air with the slower swing speeds of a senior golfer.