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Slingblade61

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I made a set of clubs for my dad, now I have the bug and I think I'll be making these next month, question is, what shafts?

I think them are right perrty.
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Ima likin' these shafts

Them shafts are perrty too. (expensive)


Precision® Project X- Iron Shaft Set

* Two full years of research and development went into this golf shaft. Project X features a longer taper rate than conventional steel shaft designs which enables the Project X to driver a dynamic transfer of shaft energy to the golf ball.
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Dynamic Gold Sensicore.

The funny thing is, if you look at shafts on a fundamental level, they are basically all the same. There's no difference between a Rifle, a DG or other at the same level of play.

I play DG Sensicores, S300, and love them.

Make up a set with those shafts. If you hate them, maybe i'll buy them. :D

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Dynamic Gold Sensicore.

The funny thing is, if you look at shafts on a fundamental level, they are basically all the same. There's no difference between a Rifle, a DG or other at the same level of play.

I play DG Sensicores, S300, and love them.

Make up a set with those shafts. If you hate them, maybe i'll buy them. :D

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I play the sensicore s300's as well they are a great shaft, those snake eye irons look really nice but there a little rare over here.
 
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They have a sweet looking forged blade too.......Maybe some other time.
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Is this the one Rock?



True Temper® DYNAMIC GOLD® (with SENSICORE® Option)

* With the Dynamic high bend point for maximum control, the No. 1 shaft on the PGA Tour for many years. Available with the sensational shock-absorbing SensiCore option.
* Matched by weight for consistency throughout the set; weight tolerance on each shaft is .030 oz. Bend Point: High.
* STEP PATTERN: 1.875".
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$30 per head

Shafts vary greatly, the DG one's are around $14 each and the rifles I like are $200 and some change for 8 of them.

Something like $500 for the set after it's all said and done.
 

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Yep, those are the shafts. They come in just about every flex and weight that you might need.

As an aside, I play the S300, which is the stiff. I really like them. I don't hit my irons a long way (~155-160 with my 7 iron, 110 tops with my PW).

They sure feel nice with the Sensicore. It helps on off -center hits with feel, I find.

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Those blades look sweet, where would a guy be abel to hit them if at all. My next set will be blades and I like to try everythign to keep my options open, last thign I want to do is miss out on some great equipment because of brand loyalty.
 

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the snake eyes are sweet. I wouldn't go with the project x if i were you, but i dont know how you play, but they seem to be a bit pricey, and they are pretty much designed for the best players. Also, those 600c's dont offer much more forgiveness than a blade, so if you want something with some forgiveness, check out the new 600xc's. Snake Eyes makes great stuff. JMO. Neal
 
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I may suck at golf but I'm a trail blazer, kid.

Ima gettin the blades! :D

WITH the project X shafts.

No guts, no glory.
 

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Slingblade61 said:
I may suck at golf but I'm a trail blazer, kid.

Ima gettin the blades! :D

WITH the project X shafts.

No guts, no glory.

Good man real men play blades they are the wya forward, they will improve your ball striking.


What excactly are referalls?
 

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i don't think blades have done jack squat for my ball striking, just made it worse, i have the same shafts, the s300's and they seem ok, i'm still wanting to switch back to my supersteels, but i don't know, tomorrow is the first decent day i'll have to go to the range its been horrible weather for a long time, most i can do is chip down the hallway and swing in the living room, we'll see, since i don't know how long i'll get to hit until its dark, i was gonna take both sets but don't think i'll have the time to get a good feeling of which is better, i'll keep ya informed
 
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I'm not realy doing blades this time....I'm sticking with the ones in the first pic.

I do think I will shaft them with a length of garden hose though.....just to make it more challenging. :)
 

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