Posted 16 September – Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Posted 03 October – Edited by DaveMac, 18 September – I looked at the first one for quite a while and some things stand out, in general terms: I came across two interesting websites, when I was looking for informations about different driver shafts, their specs, how they might fit me etc.

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Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. And just from a common sense standpoint, it is really hard to believe that the NV 65 could carry that much shorter than other shafts and still goltfime popular. It can be a good starting point.

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You would think a direct comparison would be proper. Posted 16 September – So, all those who say it is better to err on the softer side, are certainly right. My swing speed is in the range, where Bassara was bolftime the top shaft.

Great link — interesting results, but they don’t fit with what I’ve personally experienced for what it’s worth. Likewise with their findings, I’ve had better results with NVS.


Especially the link to the German shaft test. I would be very interested in the opinions of fitting experts on this forum, how good and helpful the test and the listing really are.

Driver Shaft Test and Shaft Spec List – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX

Posted 09 October – Posted 08 September – I’ve forgotten my password. What’s not really surprising is the other result: I will certainly now try the Bassara.

Shaft matching is much more a product of shaft acceleration and launch conditions than velocity speed. I have several clubs with each. Wish they included total distance and not just carry.

Mitsubishi recommend stiff for mph. Also, about the low launch with the softer shafts on higher swing speeds: It was done by a German company at a flat outdoor range with a Trackman and a swing robot. Dividing the clubhead speed by the ball speed, the result for both Pro Robotets Blue shafts that were tested is higher than 1.


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I found the NV 65 results interesting in that the test robohest significantly less carry for this shaft than any other. These tests are nice, but with little different results. Hireko Modern Guide To Shaft Fitting Basically, they compare shafts by their stiffness frequencythe relation between the butt stiffness and tip stiffness and then put that in relation to the torque of the shaft.

The German research suggests mph swings would be better golvtime using a regular flex. The Prolaunch Blue numbers were pathetic. You can read the theories and calculations behind it here: Two more thoughts on the shaft test: Posted 19 September – Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.

Interesting, must be a deficiency in regard to how a weaker shaft loads at higher speeds. Posted 03 October –