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The building of your club shaft primarily affects your golf
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PostPosted: 08 Sep, 09:52    Post subject: The building of your club shaft primarily affects your golf

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Stiffer shafts are generally a lot better for players with swing speeds of 100mph and above. The very first thing you should decide is whether you might need a steel or graphite shaft. New golf clubs

Second, you need to make a decision on what sort of shaft flex you need. Both these elements are very important in picking the new or replacement club shafts. In this posting i will discuss your choices accessible to you and what we mean. Titleist 910F Fairway Wood

Just what is the difference between steel shafts and graphite shafts? The most significant distinction between each types is the fact graphite shafts are lighter. The lighter the golf-club, the larger the swing speed the golfer can generate. Titleist 909 F3 Fairway Wood

The difference in material will typically translate into an extra 3 miles-per-hour of club speed. In return, this can translate into about 10 additional yards of distance by using a graphite shaft. Graphite shafts also send less vibrations the shaft in your hands, wrists, and elbows. This is often good if you would like prevent deterioration of your joints.
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