Help for my Tri-Spec DCI Line Over Black Irons.

Hello Titleist Loyalists.

I am new to this forum and this is my first post.  I hope you can help me.  Can anyone tell me the difference between the old Titleist TriSpec shafts in stiff and the TruTemper Dynamic Gold S300 shafts?

I have a set of of the first issue Titleist Black Diamonds with the TriSpec shafts.  I am wondering if DG S300 shafts would improve my game.  I am an 11 handicap with a fairly quick swing although I haven't had the swing measured in a while.

I hit some AP1's at a local retailer and my 4 iron was pretty much identical to my older clubs.

4 iron - 194 yard, 4 degrees of draw , 17 degree launch angle for both DCI's and for AP2 with TT DG S300 flighted shafts.

If anyone can tell me the differences between the shafts, I would appreciate it.

Secondly, if anyone can me how to get a new set of Titleist TriSpec Shaft Labels, I would be foreve greatful.  I have reconditioned my DCI's, complete with a good cleaning, light sanding with 2000 grit car detailing wet sandpaper, and a good buffing on the buffing wheel.  They are used but shine like new andI would like to re-apply the shaft labels to make them complete!

Sorry for the long post.  Thanks to all who try to help!

Welcome to the forum!  The original TriSpec steel shafts were 118 grams, 1.8° torque and had a mid flex point.  The DYG S300 weigh about 127 grams, about 1.7 torque and a high flex point.  In general, the DYG will go lower, and if your swing is quick, the extra weight might help your timing.

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

Welcome to the forum!  The original TriSpec steel shafts were 118 grams, 1.8° torque and had a mid flex point.  The DYG S300 weigh about 127 grams, about 1.7 torque and a high flex point.  In general, the DYG will go lower, and if your swing is quick, the extra weight might help your timing.

bought a used set of DCI Line Over Black Irons 3-SW and the Tri-Spec labels are in rough shape and would like to replace them with original labels again.

How do I find 9 new lables for these shafts? Any help would be great.  Should I register them with your website?

Thanks

Kevin

Anchorage, Alaska