September 06, 2023 at 08:22 AM
I was recently fitted for a new driver shaft from CC. We didn't talk about shaft length and I kind of had a brain fart. When the order was placed, I didn't ask what they were putting for length. Once the shaft came I put in into play and something didn't feel right. So I looked at the order summary and realized that the length is 45.5 in. I usually game a 44.5in. shaft in my driver.
My question is should I just have them cut it down an inch or see if they will replace it? I realize if I cut it down a bit, it could change the characteristics of the shaft. Thought?
Barry MReno, NV
Joseph MSaint John, New Brunswick
Lou GSan Diego, CA
September 06, 2023 at 05:47 PM
Yes, you should return it for a replacement- cutting it down will reduce swing weight by 12 points requiring 24 grams or weight added to the head to bring it back up to its current swing weight. Send it back and they will figure out how to return a properly weighted club @ 44.5 inches. I would also check back/confirm with your fitter if a specific swing weight was requested and have them build it to meet that specification- if they can't meet it they will let you know what can be achieved.
Chuck ZMt Pleasant, SC
Bomber3Lake St Louis, MO
Dwayne NIsland, KY
September 08, 2023 at 06:34 AM
Cut it down however you will need to add some lead tape to the head...not a big deal.
John TYoungstown, OH
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