What year did Callaway Big Bertha Diablo come out?

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Does shaft flex matter in driver?

The overall speed of your swing is really not the only determining factor for your flex requirement. It has more to do with the load you are applying. The shaft has no idea how fast the club head is actually moving. It only responds to this.

Will stiffer shaft help slice?

When selecting golf club shafts, it is better to buy a softer flex than a stiffer one. Flex is related to ball trajectory, so if you choose a shaft that is too soft, you might have trouble getting air under the ball. If you slice, a softer shaft may help. If you hook, a stiffer shaft may help.

How do you tell if I need a stiff or regular shaft?

If you’re between 97 and 104 mph with the driver, you need a stiff flex. Regular – Now we are getting into the range where a majority of recreational golfers fall, and also where many LPGA pros fall. If you’re between 84 and 96 mph, regular is going to be best for you.

What happens if your driver shaft isn’t stiff enough?

Too soft a shaft will miss left, since the flex will kick the head back hard through the ball. A stiffer shaft will give you no increased distance. It actually may cost you some. A shaft that is not stiff enough for you will result in all forms of misses from high and right to low and left to whatever.

Does shaft flex affect distance?

Does shaft flex affect driver distance? Yes and it is really important you get your flex right. This means that getting the wrong flex of shaft means that you will give up distance and control of the ball with your driver.

Should I use a regular flex driver shaft?

If you have a slower swing speed, you are probably going to want to choose regular shafted clubs because the additional flex will provide a little more power and accuracy. When you swing harder, the stiff flex will be more controlled and give you the punch you need to hit better shots.

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