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2 years ago
2 years ago
I just went to a Titleist Demo day today and the fitter suggested that I would fit perfectly into the original whiteboard D-series shafts for my driver and the heavier 96g version of the original blueboards S-series because he said they were stiffer and lower torque which was needed because I am an aggressive swinger. I have done a little research online and saw where a few people have gotten the original shafts for no up-charge. I was just wondering if this was true? If not, what is the up-charge and lead time on these shafts?
Thanks for your help!
If we have the original White Board or Blue board in stock, there is no upcharge. If we have to place an order for the shaft, there is an upcharge. We have some of the White boards in stock depending on weight and flex, but do not have any of the heavier weight Blue boards. You would have to check with your local pro for pricing and lead time would probably be about 3 weeks.
I actually ordered a 913 F 4-wood with the original Diamana Blueboard 73g, but was told that Titleist did not offer the original Blueboard anymore and that the new Diamana S+ Blue 72 was the same as the original Diamana Blueboard, but just updated graphics. Is this true?
Thank you for your help.
The Plus Blue 72 is not the same shaft, but very similar. It is their next generation Blue Board - a combination of the Blue Board and the Kai'li.