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3 years ago
3 years ago
I just want to get a little background and help before I get fitted for a new driver.
I just got a new 17 degree wood last year. But i need a new driver. With the wood, I got a heaver shaft but in a less stiff flex. It is an 80 gram shaft in Stiff. I could have gone X-stiff or tipped it a half inch, but i decided to leave it alone and use it for more control and not as much concern over distance.
Should I do the same with my driver? Should I go with a 70 something gram shaft in a stiff/x-stiff or should I go with the 60 something gram shaft in X-stiff.
I am more concerned with control over distance. I will take my 280-295 ish drives when I know exactly where they are going instead of a 310 and have no clue. I do not play on the longest courses so that extra 15 yards is not an issue.
Thanks in advance TT,
I love the power you have.....I also have a 17deg 4 wood (910F) with my 910D2 driver and I put the same shaft in both. It works awesome, I use the MITSUBISHI RAYON DIAMANA AHINA 72 X-Stiff. Getting fitted is a must, that's how I got to my specs :) I hope there is a Titleist fitting day soon in your future, it's a great club.