April 3, 2014 By kevmi2az
Does anyone know where the X-flex Pro Force V2 might fall on the standard Titleist shaft chart? The S-flex is somewhere around mid flight and low/mid spin. I am trying to cut the spin down and hoping the X will help. Thanks
April 3, 2014 at 8:54am
It all depends on the weight of the V2. The heavier weight V2 options tend to have tighter torques. A comparable stock shaft would be the Diamana White +. Before making a decision, try to see a local Titleist fitter. The change might be as simple as adjusting the setting on your current driver.
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April 5, 2014 at 7:00pm
I have used the V2 x-stiff in the past and i didn't find that it cut down spin enuff for me. the D+ shaft didn't do anything either what i did find that worked was the oban devotion and the speeder vc tour spec lines
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April 5, 2014 at 11:54pm
Thanks for the reply, that is useful.
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