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3 years ago
3 years ago
I am a 12 handicapper. Been using R9 Super tri Regular Shaft. The current shaft on my driver is
The Fujikura Motore 60 is the stock shaft option for the R9 SuperTri driver. This shaft weighs 59 grams and has a butt (grip end) diameter of .600 inches. This butt diameter will dictate that grips with a .600 inch diameter be used to ensure proper grip sizing. The Motore 60 also has has a strong torque rating of 3.5 for M and R flex and 3.4 for S and X flex. Shaft torque is a rating that measures the amount of lateral shaft twisting at the clubhead during the golf swing
I have been using this driver for the past 2 years and my driver setting is on full draw. I am averaging around 250-260 yards currently and dont really have problem with my driving accuracy. I am upgrading to Titleist 913D2 driver. The reason for my upgrade is to slightly get a better / newer driver to increase my distance by 5-10 yards minimum.
I did my custom fitting with callaway a few months back. The numbers I have are for my 6 iron. Club head speed: 76.4, Ball speed 111.3. As a thumb of rule I am guessing my club head speed with the driver would be around 85-90mph and ball speed would be around 135mph.
I wanted help in deciding which shaft I should get with my new driver.