What are the different Project X shafts?
Project X CATALYST Graphite Iron Shafts available in 40, 50, 60, and 80 gram weight options. The CATALYST Graphite Iron was designed to replicate steel alloys better than any other graphite.
What company makes Project X shafts?
True Temper is the company responsible for manufacturing the famous Project X brand and is a subdivision of parent company, True Sports. Catering for woods, irons and hybrid type shafts, Project X is one of the most highly rated shaft product lines available today in the US golfing shaft market.
Are Project X shafts 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.
What Flex is Project X 5.5 shaft?
370″ tip (115g) 41.0″ – R+ Flex.
Which shaft is best for me?
The greater the flex, the more the shaft will bend. There are ladies, seniors, regular, stiff and extra stiff shafts. If you hit your drives fewer than 200 yards, you probably should choose a ladies shaft. But if you hit it 250 to 275 yards, you should think about ordering stiff shafts.
What shaft flex should I use?
– Golf Shaft Flex Chart
|Carry Distance||Swing Speed||Flex|
|Under 200 yards||Under 75 mph||Ladies or Senior|
|200 to 240 yards||75 to 95 mph||Regular|
|240 to 275 yards||95 to 110 mph||Stiff|
|Over 275 yards||Over 110 mph||Stiff or Extra Stiff|
Will I lose distance with a stiff shaft?
If the shaft flex is too stiff, your average distance will remain low.
What does shaft flex 6.5 mean?
Regular – 5.0. Regular Plus – 5.5. Stiff – 6.0. Extra Stiff – 6.5. Extra Stiff Plus – 7.0.
What is a 4.5 shaft flex?
Yes the 4.5 means senior shaft the 70 means the grams and the flex of the shaft that’s what the guy from Mizuno told me like 70 is extra stiff the way I understood it is that right or wrong thank you.
How do I choose a shaft?
Put simply, the higher the rating, the more the shaft is prone to twisting. It is the torque that also determines how the shaft feels to every player, which means that the higher the rating, the softer the shaft will feel. A shaft with a 3-degree torque will feel much stiffer than a 5-degree torque, for example.
What shaft weight should I use irons?
Swing Speed Vs Iron Shaft Weight Table
|6 Iron Swing Speed||Shaft Weight|
|< 60 mph||45 – 50 grams|
|60 – 70 mph||55 – 85 grams|
|70 – 80 mph||75 – 105 grams|
|80 – 90 mph||90 – 120 grams|