Are Project X shafts any good?
Having tried these iron shafts many times over the years — in different iron builds as well — I can safely say the Project X shaft is one of the best in the game. Boasting a sturdy, stout build geared toward stronger players who want a flat, penetrating ball flight, the Project X irons shafts deliver on all promises.
Are Project X 5.5 shafts stiff?
Since Project X shafts are considered firm and play stiff to flex, is it safe to say that the 5.5 plays like a true stiff flex since the FCM is 6.0? I’m looking into lighter shafts, and the 5.5 is on my radar since it’s still a fairly stiff shaft but only weighs 115 grams.
Are Project X shafts stiff?
stiffness in the tip of the shaft. The Project X is designed so that the butt and tip sections are consistent through the set, while the midsection’s stiffness varies from iron to iron. This creates consistent tip stiffness, and thus, that more stiff feel throughout the swing.
Is Project X EvenFlow a good shaft?
✅ Pros It is the most accurate shaft tested in 2018, very solid and crisp at impact with a silky smooth feel. ⛳ Verdict You will immediately notice a different transition, a different kind of smooth and a different kind of good. It is highly likely that you will find really great results with one of these shafts.
How do you determine what shaft flex you need?
Some General Guidelines About Shaft Flex
- Take a look at the distance you hit your driver.
- If you have a very smooth swing, you might benefit from a softer flex even if you swing fast.
- If your drives go left, you might benefit from a stiffer flex; if your drives go right, you might benefit from a softer flex.
What weight driver shaft should I use?
Shafts can range anywhere from 40 to 85 grams. Typically, the rule of thumb is that a golfer with a slow swing might use lighter shaft, and he/she would add weight as swing speed increases. The simple fact is that the lighter shafts provide the opportunity to increase swing speed.