Diamana S+ 62 Reg

Buy buying a Diamana S+ 62 regular flex shaft , but the torque seems too high. Will tipping the shaft bring down the torque or 

make it feel a little firmmer than the std regular flex, if so how much tipping to get between reg and a little stiff ?

TIM D

Buy buying a Diamana S+ 62 regular flex shaft , but the torque seems too high. Will tipping the shaft bring down the torque or 

make it feel a little firmmer than the std regular flex, if so how much tipping to get between reg and a little stiff ?

Yes. It would lower the torque of the shaft and also make it play stiffer than standard. As far as tipping to get to a specific flex, it all depends. Every shaft is different. Every club is "different". I usually tip 1/4", sometimes 1/8", and go from there, until I reach the results I, or the customer, wants. Example, I have the Tour Ad 7X in my 913 D3, and tipped it an extra 1/2". I'm playing with my old 909 D2 with a PX  Blue 6.5 and it's tipped an extra 1". I have a ton of other shafts that are tipped differently. If you order your shaft through your local Titleist rep, they can special order a shaft for you, tipped to your liking (at no additional charge). 

The best thing to do would be to visit your local Titleist rep and have them fit you for a shaft. That way, you don't have to second guess anything. 

TIM D

Buy buying a Diamana S+ 62 regular flex shaft , but the torque seems too high. Will tipping the shaft bring down the torque or 

make it feel a little firmmer than the std regular flex, if so how much tipping to get between reg and a little stiff ?

On the Diamana S+62, if you tip it one inch, that will get it to about 1/3 a flex stiffer than the reg flex.

i have a Diamana blue S 72 R Flex in my 913 3 Wood. If i have 1" taken off the butt end how will that impact Flex and what what weight would I need to place in the club head to maintain the clubs swing weight.

TIA

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Hi,  If you cut the butt end of that shaft 1", it will not affect the flex.  However, your swingweight (if you had the standard grip), would drop to about a C6 from a D2.  You could order a 14 gram weight from your local shop, but that will only get the swingweight back to C9. To raise that swingweight back to D2, you could put on a lighter grip.