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I currently play a 910 d3 with a Project x 7c3 6.0 shaft. Using this shaft I feel I launch the ball too high and loose distance and accuracy. I do not currenly know my swing speed on my driver but when I hit my driver pretty well I carry the ball somewhere around 290 yards. I did recently get fitted for my irons and had a swing speed average on my 6 iron of 105 mph. I am thinking about going to a project x 8 series in 7.0 or and aldila rip 80 in xs. would either of these work for my swing speed?
If you've been fit for your irons, you should definitely get fitted for a new, proper, driver shaft. Your swing speed with your driver can vary as well. Go visit your local Titleist rep and try out some different shafts. A certified Titleist fitter can fit you in the BEST shaft for YOU.
The Real or even stock ahina may help with distance, trajectory, accuracy, and feel. Project x driver shafts are for more the people who like heavy but swing easy, the ahina is a lot better for higher swing speed. known from experience. i traded to the ahina from the project x i gained yardage and accuracy with a ahina 72 x-stiff.
The problem I am running into is that the fitter I went too does not do fittings for titleist equipment. I have not found anyone in my area that have any x stiff shafts available to try out.