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What driver shaft weight should I use?

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What driver shaft weight should I use? Shafts can range anywhere from 40 to 85 grams. Typically, the rule of thumb is that a golfer with a slow swing might use lighter shaft, and he/she would add weight as swing speed increases. The simple fact is that the lighter shafts provide the opportunity to increase swing speed.

What does torque mean in a golf shaft? WHAT IS TORQUE? Shaft torque is measured by a device that records the amount a shaft will twist under a certain amount of force, and it’s recorded in degrees. A shaft with 3 degrees of torque will twist less than a shaft with 5 degrees of torque, and so on.

What is TX flex shaft? The typical range of shaft flexes available on the market range as follows: TX (most stiff), X (extra stiff), S (stiff), R (regular), A (senior) and L (ladies, least stiff). Some companies use different denominations such as numbers or colors to denote flex, but golfers are most familiar with the letters listed above.

What does a high kick point shaft do? A high kickpoint would generate a lower launch angle. As you can see in the image below, a mid kick shaft would have the kickpoint in the middle of the shaft. Just remember like anything else in golf, changing the kickpoint on a shaft will not instantly fix a bad swing.

What driver shaft weight should I use? – Related Questions

 

Who makes the tensei shaft?

Tensei means “transformation” through a multi-material platform. Mitsubishi has created a wide range of specifications (various launch angles/spin/control) through the Tensei CK, Tensei CK PRO, Tensei AV, and the new Tensei Pro 1K shafts.

What does counterbalancing a golf shaft do?

Counter-balanced shafts are configured to add more weight near the butt of the club, creating a lighter head feel, reduce swing weight by 2 to 3 points, and generating more club head speed.

Is tensei blue counterbalanced?

New for ’22: AV Series Blue. TENSEI™ AV RAW Orange is a Counter-Balanced shaft that shifts the balance point towards the hands, giving players the opportunity to make specific performance adjustments by altering shaft length or adding weight to the clubhead.

What is the difference between tensei orange and blue?

TENSEI™ AV RAW Orange is a Counter-Balanced shaft for players making specific weight adjustments, who want to feel greater stability and control throughout the swing. TENSEI™ AV RAW Blue blends modern performance with a classic, smooth bend profile.

What shaft is best for my driver?

Briand’s recommendation is to use your current driver shaft as a baseline. If your shots tend to be low and with little spin, try a slightly softer flex. If your shots are ballooning, try a stiffer flex. If you’re caught between two flexes, you can “tip” a softer flex to make it stiffer in the tip section.

Whats the difference between tensei blue and orange?

TENSEI™ AV RAW Orange is a Counter-Balanced shaft for players making specific weight adjustments, who want to feel greater stability and control throughout the swing. TENSEI™ AV RAW Blue blends modern performance with a classic, smooth bend profile.

Where are tensei shafts made?

Tensei shafts are made in China. The 1K shafts’ graphics are significantly different than the Pro White, AV Raw etc.

Whats the difference between tensei AV and CK?

Mitsubishi Tensei AV vs.. AV and CK Pro differ mainly in the bending profile and the weight and flex options. If you compare the CK Pro Blue with the AV Blue, for example, you will see that the former is basically a bit stiffer. The AV blue is available from 55g to 78g. The CK Pro Blue is available from 60g to 86g.

Is tensei AV White counterbalanced?

You’ll love The Tensei AV Raw, a counterbalanced shaft that shifts the balance point towards the hands. What makes it unique from the sea of high shafts is how it gives players a chance to make specific weight adjustments. More and more golfers see how this kind of profile can benefit their numbers.

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