My swing speed is in the range, where Bassara was rated the top shaft. If the results are to be trusted though, it really seems as if I’d be better off with a regular shaft which surprises me. While softer shafts still produce reasonable results for the higher swing speeds, stiffer shafts do not produce good results for the slower swing speeds. Wish they included total distance and not just carry. Likewise with their findings, I’ve had better results with NVS. I came across two interesting websites, when I was looking for informations about different driver shafts, their specs, how they might fit me etc.
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I have been using the shaft fitting addendum for some time as a very useful shaft comparison reference. I’ve forgotten my password.
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Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour and industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play. If the results are to be trusted though, it really seems as if I’d be better off with a regular shaft which surprises me. Posted 18 September – I have several clubs with ronotest. The German research suggests mph swings would be better off using a regular flex.
I swapped out from the stock gold shaft in my cleveland launcher to the NV 65 both stiff and have seen no difference in carry. Wouldn’t it make sense to use the BB 63? Dividing the clubhead speed by the ball speed, the result for both Pro Launch Blue shafts that were tested is higher than 1. Hireko Modern Guide To Shaft Fitting Basically, they compare shafts by their stiffness frequencythe relation between the butt stiffness and tip stiffness and then put that in relation to the torque of the shaft.
These tests are nice, but with little different results. I will certainly now try the Bassara.
Posted 14 September – Posted 08 September – The neat thing is, they finally come up with a chart for this Dynamic Shaft Fitting Index, in which the shafts are listed according to that Index, by swing speed and three tempo options. The robot always swings the same way, no matter how fast it swings, right?
You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways. Those numbers were very impressive.
Driver Shaft Test and Shaft Spec List
Shaft matching is still more of an art than a science at the moment. Posted 03 October – How can a shaft influence “smash factor”?
Edited by DaveMac, 18 September – You would think a direct comparison would be proper. Interesting, must be a deficiency in regard to how a weaker shaft loads at higher speeds.