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Graphite Iron Shafts

Don F

I am 53 yrs old and tend to hurt in the elbow and shoulders now. I am looking at going to graphite shafts in my irons to reduce shock. What shaft would be comparable to the Dynamic Gold S300 shaft?

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  1. Chuck Z

    Have you checked with a fitter? That would be my recommendation. I asked a Titleist fitter about going to graphite shafts and he still has me in a lighter steel (xp105). I will be 71 in a few weeks. I have two bad rotator cuffs and feel no pain.
  2. Carl T

    I have Project X 4.5 light in my irons and still have the Dynamic Gold S300 in my wedges. I am 70 and also have had arthroscopic surgery in my right shoulder 2 years ago.
  3. landy r

    Hello Titleist do you have an updated list of graphite shafts for the 718 iron series?
    Thank you
  4. Darron K

    I would suggest getting fit from a certified Titleist fitter. You may want to look into the Recoil 95 F4. They are by far one of the best graphite shafts in the market today!
  5. Steve R

    Have had great luck with Recoil shafts. I am 50 and they are easier on the old bones.

    Have 780 in stiff in my C16's. 110 stiff in my CB's. 780's launch higher than the 110's
  6. marvin f

    ....I made that move in 2015 and it has made a world of difference! A certified Titleist fitter got me on the right path and I switched from my AP1 steel shaft 710 irons to graphite 714 irons. I had pain in my elbows and shoulders and when I switched to graphite shafts the pain was gone.. I'm 61 and can play as many days as I can in a row....the only clubs in my bag with a steel shaft is my lob wedge and putter.

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