This is the width of the bottom of the shaft, where it enters the hosel.
The tip is the section of the shaft which goes into the head of a club. Different club heads have different tip sizes so can only take certain shafts. The most common tip sizes are .335 inches and .350 inches.
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A simple tip for that is move the ball further ball in your stance. If its when you hit your golf ball off a tee, another simple tip is just lower your tee farther into the ground.
Yes, correlate is correct
That is the correct spelling of correlate (associate, match up).
This is the shaft which was used in the Taylormade R7 425 and R7 460, it is a great shaft. The regular shaft is 55 grams, 3.9 torque, high trajectory with a low kick point, the tip is .350 and it is standard length. The stiff shaft is 65 grams, with a mid kick point, the tip is .355 and the shaft is standard length.
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.
Correlate clinically means that something is closely related to a clinical setting. Correlate means a measure of association between two variables or in relation to.