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Andrew Lea W
I've bought my ap 2 712 about 20 months ago and got fitted. At that time I got fitted with the s300 shaft the ball flight was ok.20 months on and a faster swing I found that my ball flight is ballooning and I have to much higher spin rate. I'm thinking about changing my shafts. Has anyone had this problem or any alternaive shafts solutions. I know I should get re fitted but I would like to get an idea first before I spend 45 pounds first and then I may find out that the shafts are correct.
Are you sure your impact position hasn't changed? This can result in ballooning flight. If the impact position has changed and the increase in speed will give you this problem. Try and get a club with an x100 and try this to see how it performs. Failing this a refit is in order
Hi, I've just recently changed from the s300 to the s300 SL as they felt a little too heavy for me. They bought my spin rate down by 1000. Not saying they would help you but they did me. The s300 is a low spinning shaft anyway so not sure what other low spinning shafts are on the market but I'd contact the guys at the national fitting centre in st ives if I was you and get some proper advice
Hi andrew I had a simialar problem and i also thought it was the shafts but actually had noting to do with the shafts it was some bad swing habits that i had got into.Just something you might want to look into with a lesson before spending hundreds of pounds on new shafts!