I'm looking into getting a slightly-used set of 910s -- the D2 (9.5*), F (15*) and H (19*). I'm a typical bogey golfer, happy with a score somewhere in the 80s. With my current driver (9.5*), while I'm capable of nutting one 290-300 from time to time, I tend to be in the 265-275 range. My current fairway (14*) goes 220-230. My current hybrid (18*) goes 200-210. For the most part I try to hit it straight or with a small draw, but every now and then I can go outside-in and cut it a bit. I can miss both directions, though, resulting in either a low hook or a high fade.
What I'm trying to determine is which of the Diamana shafts would be right for me. One aspect of my swing is that I tend to hit the ball obnoxiously high, to the point where I get very little roll with any of my clubs -- almost all of my distance is carry. I thought it may be a product of the shafts I have in my current clubs, but I recently tried a new driver (10*) and skied that one, too. Keep in mind that I'm not an ace and am willing to sacrifice a little distance for better control, plus I don't think switching to a 7* or 8* driver is the solution since I'm not a good enough player to hit it consistently. I'm simply not seeing enough fairways these days.
Based on what I can tell, perhaps the 'ahina is the route I should go. Unless I'm reading it wrong, I believe this will produce a more penetrating flight, get the ball out of the air sooner and help me with the roll. I don't want to be spraying line drives, but since I hit it high naturally, maybe my swing combined with a low-launch shaft is the best medicine. Is there any reason to think I'd be better off with the 'ilima or Kai'li? I'd greatly appreciate some informed feedback.