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CHANGING SHAFTS ON R11 DRIVER
RIP Alpha 60 Shafts. Mitsubishi Rayon. UST Mamiya.
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Already have an account? All this is interesting. But club fitters golfsmith the like do not impress me ,they seem not interested or lack the ability to perform the testing. Then what would be the rule of thumb? There are plenty of guys who work in big boxes who know their stuff and want to help I used to be one of them! I changing shafts on r11 suggest finding a golf shop with a decent fitting cart for any manufacturer and trying something light, something heavy, and something in between. See what feels good and what performs well.
I have been reading the posts about shaft length and weight and I wanted to share what I have tried and what works changing shafts on r11 me. As my swing speed increased I went up to an X-Flex a little longer. It worked great for me to learn control and continue to increase my swing speed. This was by far the best shaft I have ever used for control and distance.
My swing has gotten better and more consistent, so that helps too, but with lighter shafts my violent changing shafts on r11 style does not work. I was at the range hitting balls today and the XX shaft snapped across my back on one of my swings. It was crazy.
I never expected that. Back to the point of my post. It appears to me that even if you get fitted for a custom shaft you changing shafts on r11 always re-evaluate your choices as your swing changes. If your swing is set, you should be fine but for most beginners, as I am, my swing has continued to change as I play more. If I would have kept my original shaft in my driver, I would not be hitting my drives as I am now. Do not be afraid to try options that might sound changing shafts on r11.
Do not get locked into a single shaft provider. Do not get set on a certain flex. Do not be afraid to try different lengths.
Like most everything, keep your mind open to the options and trial and error is always a good thing. On a side note, I also added about 40 grams of lead tape to the head of my driver to increase the swing weight. I will see about returning it today. Also — for those here complaining about shafts…no one with a swing speed below MPH should be trying to use a Stiff shaft. If nothing else for the pure enjoyment and feel, go regular and be happy. Bought an R11 June after my trusty burner developed a crack in the club face, first changing shafts on r11 were impressive great feel of the clubface long and straight.
Has anybody else had this problem? I recently purchased a r 11 driver… As the direct result of the driver fittin i was advised to have the tour perferred shaft due to my swing speed… This was all performed in doors on the launch monitor. With weather breakin changing shafts on r11 have changing shafts on r11 with the r 11 and im very unhappy with my expensive decision… When i hit the ball it feels like im hitting a brick… I need a new shaft but after bein told what was proper for my swing speef i dont want to waist any more money.This is probably a stupid question, but I just wanted to hear what everyone thinks about it Is it ok to change the original shaft out?
The only. I've been using an Aldila RIP gamma shaft from the R11(with R11 adaptor) the R11 adaptor from the shaft and replace it with an R9 adaptor?.