What is the swing speed for senior flex?

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There are a number of options that you have. If your swing speed is less than 75 mph you should use a senior flex. However, if it is between 75 and 85 you should use a Regular. Some senior players with very slow swing speeds use ladies clubs with ladies flex, these clubs are very light and it is very easy to get the ball in the air. Finding a good loft and flex combination is vital to ensure you get the best from your game.

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What is a senior flex shaft?

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