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3 years ago
I recently purchased the Titleist 910 D2 driver and was fitted for the Mitsubishi Rayon Bassara 50 hi stiff shaft. Great shaft, really helps get the ball up since I am more of a low ball hitter. I was wondering if it would be a good idea to get the same bassara type shaft for my swoosh sq wood and png rapture hybrids (18,21)? The reason being is because I'm in a bit of a situation between shaft flexes. My driver is stiff (101 club head speed), my ap2 irons are dynalite golf xp stiff, and I'm finding my png rapture hybrids and swoosh wood to feel a bit too flexy now which reduces my confidence on hitting the ball square. I hit the ball pretty well, but I feel the bassara shaft would further improve those clubs. Not sure what my club head speed should be for my wood and hybrids to qualify for a stiff shaft, but my club head speed for my hybrids and wood runs around 90-93mph. Any help would be great! Thanks
Launch conditions and distances will vary between each player depending on their swing speed, tempo and choice of shaft. Due to these variables and the fact that custom club fitting is such an intricate process it is difficult to make recommendations without being able to see your swing or ball flight. Our best recommendation would be to visit your nearest authorized Titleist fitter to experience a long game fitting in order to determine the proper shaft and custom specifications for your game. The goal of a long game fitting is to provide the player with the proper combination of fairway woods, utility clubs and long irons that provide playable trajectories at preferred yardage gaps.
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Ryan P - Team Titleist