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stock shafts/irons

Bruce L

I am looking to purchase a set of ap1 irons given this information I would simple recomendations for type of shaft

age 70 height 5ft 7in weight 185 hndcp 25

5 Replies

  1. Barry B

    Bruce...Best recommendation is to find a Titleist Thursday event in your area and schedule an iron fitting. It's free and will certainly give you the correct shaft answer. In the mean time, check out the Custom Options booklet and the Shaft Performance guide at the links below to review all of the available iron shafts and see how they stack up against each other...two great resources.

    media.titleist.com/.../

    http://www.titleist.com/shafts
  2. Speedy

    What Barry said...
  3. Don O

    We could suggest a starting point, but at your/my age, a fitter is your best answer. Depends on your conditioning and flexibility. Handicap is a starting point - but that includes your entire game including putts. The good news a good fitter can get a set of Titleist clubs to match your game. Also, at our age, don't pay attention if a "set" is 3-P or 4-W. Most of us start with a 5 or 6 iron and fill with hybrids to get the ball up better than with a long iron.
  4. JAM

    Ask your fitter to try the Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage "A" flex shafts in addition to the steel options. I have been playing them for two years and am very satisfied with the switch from steel.

    I am 74 years old.
  5. Dave N

    Barry is a smart man, listen to what he said.

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