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The lighter it is the more flexible it is, and the quicker the swing speed you can create. It doesn't really matter too much, most of the stock shafts on drivers come at 65-85 grams. You can make them heavier with a piece of lead tape just below the grip, but the drivers come to you designed for maximum performance, so improvement is not really needed.

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