For woods, we'll focus on information regarding your driver. We'll also recommend hybrid and fairway wood shafts that fit your input.
For irons, we'll focus on information regarding your 7-iron, but our recommendation will be valid for your entire set of irons.
When you're estimating your average distance with a driver, consider neutral conditions with no wind and approximate the distance the ball carries in the air don't include the roll.
If you find yourself hitting the ball higher than you'd like, select MID or LOW.
If you find yourself having difficulty getting the ball into the air, select MID or HIGH.
If your driver is too heavy, it can reduce your swing speed, which will hinder your distance and direction. But if your driver is too light, you may have difficulty controlling the club throughout your swing, which increases the chance for off-line shots.
Our philosophy on shaft weight is that you should play the lightest shaft that you can control.
Your swing tempo isn't just your swing speed but also your swing pace. Consider how you pull the club back, how long it hangs in the air and how quickly you swing through the ball. Swing tempo helps indicate how the club is loaded and how the club will react through impact.
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