Interesting, must be a deficiency in regard to how a weaker shaft loads at higher speeds. 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. Wouldn’t it make sense to use the BB 63? Those numbers were very impressive. Posted 18 September – The robot always swings the same way, no matter how fast it swings, right?
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Shaft matching is much more a product of shaft acceleration and launch conditions than velocity speed. Great link — interesting results, but they don’t fit with what I’ve personally experienced for what it’s worth.
So, all those who say it is better to err on the softer side, are certainly right. I have been playing a Graffaloy Pro Launch Blue in stiff and I have found that it plays a touch too stiff and I get exactly robtest results the testing indicated, low ball flight and short carry.
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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. While softer shafts still produce reasonable results for the higher swing speeds, stiffer shafts do not produce good results for the slower swing speeds.
I’ve forgotten my password. Edited by DaveMac, 18 September – Posted 18 September – And it is only with them, not with the other shafts, although the same head was used. The first one shows the results of a driver shaft test.
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It robltest be relatively easy to find ten golfers with a swing speed of 90 mph who all required completely different shafts due to the way they load the shaft and how their swing influences the club head path to the ball. And how can it be higher than 1.
Those numbers were very impressive. I will certainly now try the Bassara. The Prolaunch Blue numbers were pathetic. Shaft matching is still more of an art than a science at the moment.
Also, about the low launch with the softer shafts on higher swing speeds: Please log in to reply. Awsi Dooger, on Sep 12 How can a shaft influence “smash factor”? 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. A wealth of information. Posted 27 February – But the tendency was the same: Advertise with us Privacy Terms.
Mitsubishi recommend stiff for mph. Posted 19 September – I looked at the first one for quite a while and some things stand out, in general terms: Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.
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The German research suggests mph swings would be better off using a regular flex. It was done by a German company at a flat outdoor range with a Trackman and a swing robot. Posted 14 September – It also could not accord for the gklftime someone can “load” a shaft. Dynamic Shaft Fitting Index Listings Now, I expect a lot of you to be familar with this already, but for those who aren’t I wanted to share this information.
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