Auf den Wunschzettel Auf die Vergleichsliste. Nicht auf Lager. Project X Steel Iron Shafts. star rating 1 Bewertung. (Reg+). (Stiff). (X-Stiff). ab: 58. Finden Sie Top-Angebote für NEU Stahl Project X Firm Flex Eisen Wellen. Parallel Tip (siehe Dropdown) bei eBay. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele. X HZRDUS: Dieser Schaft ist für Fahrer geeignet und funktioniert, um den Abstand mit Genauigkeit zu halten. Flighted: Eisen sind.
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Project X 5.5 Recommended Posts VideoWhat is 5.5, 6.0, 6.5 Flex? // True Temper School There are many more sub flexes with Project X, so the standard flex designations for irons has not been as clear. When we chose for stock in our original AP2 ten years ago, we didn't see that club as a Tour played model. We expected it to be played by the better amateur so we tested both and with our test groups and the won. A 7 iron tests at , while a 5 iron tests a Although we haven't tested sets in , we have seen this trend from However, we have found that the Project X flex are the most consistent across all equipment company sets. Regardless of brand multiple club makers frequency Project X shafts at , plus or minus I should have clarified in my earlier post, I went to Project X shafts based upon fitter recommendations when ordering my current irons. My last set was a set of AP2 ( version) with the Project X The fitter I went to has a Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Callaway, and Mizuno fitting cart. Have you ever wondered what the number designation on your Project X shaft means? You know, the , , and so on printed on the shaft. These numbers correspond with flexes from “regular” to “extra stiff plus”. While the flex is sometimes written on the shaft, many times it isn’t, leaving only the number to inform you of the flex. All are with Project X and heads are bent 2* upright: Pitching Wedge (47*) typically a ~yrd club for me. This one was a tad punchy 8 Iron (39*) typically used as a ~yrd club depending on shot shape. These were 7yrd draws 6 Iron (31*) will use between ~yrds again playing with shape. These were 5~7yrd draws. There are many more sub flexes with Project X, so the standard flex designations for irons has not been as clear. When we chose for stock in our original AP2 ten years ago, we didn't see that club as a Tour played model. We expected it to be played by the better amateur so we tested both and with our test groups and the won. 4/8/ · I should have clarified in my earlier post, I went to Project X shafts based upon fitter recommendations when ordering my current irons. My last set was a set of AP2 ( version) with the Project X The fitter I went to has a Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Callaway, and Mizuno fitting cart. 6/9/ · I played with Project X for three years in my Ping i20's before switching to Aerotech shafts. I would say that the Project X is about 2/3 the way toward stiff on the flex spectrum. My Aerotech Flexsteel shafts are not quite as stiff as s Dynamic Gold shafts.
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WUTiger January 3, January 3, Awards, Achievements, and Accolades. Wow, thanks, very helpful. It's looking like the Project X Flighted 5. StrayCat 6 January 4, January 4, WUTiger January 9, January 9, SamGray 2 January 11, January 11, Personally I don't care for project x shafts because they feel harsh.
This is just me. Make sure you demo all of the options before making a final decision! Would love to hear what you decide.
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The CFS Stiff and the Z-Z65 are very close without stepping the shaft. Please let me know if you have any questions. February 20, February 21, February 22, WUTiger February 22, Join the conversation You can post now and register later.
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Want to join this community? We'd love to have you! Sign Up. I hate project X, as to me they have no feel, and are too light.
I have never hit px well, and I'm clueless with them. When I have tried px, the club fitter has taken them off me after a couple of hits.
I did ask the club fitter if I needed a 3 iron, but his view was that with the Apex pro being a low spin head, and the c taper being a low spin shaft, I wouldn't get it off the ground.
He was probably right. The 4 and 5 irons do launch low, that is for sure. I like the c taper, but the stiff was a bit too much for my swing speed.
Better off with the regular. That said, I quite liked the gram version, but it wasn't a stock shaft.
I do like a heavy shaft. No idea why, I'm built like a pipe cleaner. Ethan Money List Winner Dec 10, Don't like getting proved wrong do you.
Think your a smart guy, Mr big attitude on a small forum. Guys like you are ten a penny. Spelling, grammar, seriously is that how you get your kicks?
Amazing what you can find out about people on the internet, wonder if you'll threaten to put a club over my head? Enjoy your day Martin.
Alex Tour Winner Dec 10, Interesting stuff. I would want the gram version too, thats spot on my weight but guess from what has been said that its quite stiff hence the love for PX 5.
Unlike you though I love the feel. My 5 iron swing speed is on 90… Ratnyka ratty my 5i is only 81mph so thats why have 5's not 5. Posted 23 September - AM Well figure this out.
I took my Wilson Staff blades shafted with stiff 34 year old shafts to the range today and was hitting 9 iron to between m maybe a little more and 7 iron close to m - no wind - accurate yardages -with roll.
I guess my swing was just right today. Conentrated on a smooth on plane takeaway and then just fired the hips through. Also focussed on minimising the swaying that was creeping into my swing.
Drummonds measured my swing speed a couple of years ago and recommended regular shafts. I can't remember what my speed was but I know that my swing has defintley changed since then.
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I've forgotten my password. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. I've got a brand new 5.
PM me to discuss if you want to give it a try. Yes, everything sounds like the 5. I'd test one club With a driver swing speed of mph playing a shaft softer than PX 5.
Won't know until you try though. I don't have a high SS Just over a but probably closer to 99 with Driver but am Strong more than quick.
I play a 6. They do play stiff. I have tried the main others in Stiff and all felt wet noodlish to me compared to these.
One thing I find though is I flight them a hell of a lot but that is what I want. Either shaft profile and need a 6. I'm giving my soft stepped X's one last try tomorrow.
Jeffrey - it sounds like we have very similar play styles and swing speeds. I currently game Rifle 5. Absolutely agree they play like a stiff rather than regular.
Ive got no issues getting shots up in the air, don't feel like I'm swinging a board, and still don't feel like I'm backing things off to feel smooth and connected waiting for the club to catch up.
What heads are you thinking of putting them in? Very nice. I'd start with taking Nessism up on his offer if you have any doubts.
Saw in another thread you play your clubs progressively upright as I do - would be happy to share my stat numbers on the irons so you have an idea what spin is from what SS, spin loft, attack angle, etc.
That would be great! Just out of curiosity, what kind of release do you have? I have a mid to late release. Natural straighter shot is mid - don't take much divot for someone with a "steeper" swing.
Can get you different shot types with each iron, so you can see how receptive the shafts are at different angles.
Will have to take a look through some photos to see if I have an example of the stats I get All based off TruGolf software which is good enough for Tiger and Speith, so good enough for me.
Ive got no issues getting shots up in the air, don't feel like I'm swinging a board,. The middle and tip sections are much stiffer on PX.
So much so, that a PX 5. Yeah, that's them. It gets confusing, because they decided to put "Rifle" in small print on the label.
Hopefully you can get some useful information from these. Let me know if there's a particular club you'd like to see. I use the 5. Love the shaft.
Not the club That's why I'm upgrading. I find this shaft to be pretty stiff for a "regular". I find that, when using my shaft, it comes out pretty low.
What I would do is put the degree up one. A while back I picked up some JPX forged with PX 5. Tried them for a while but they did feel a little stout for me.
I typically swing my driver anywhere from I found a set of 5. Pro GH and maybe one or two others but the 5. My 6 iron is probably in the mph range and I would say I am pretty smooth all the way through with a mid to late release.
I feel like the 5.Wenn Sie auf der Seite weitersurfen stimmen Sie der Cookie-Nutzung zu. We would appreciate payment within 3 days of winning an item. Wenn Sie Sofort Ag Sicher der Seite weitersurfen stimmen Sie der Cookie-Nutzung zu. Project X, der Name der die Stahlschäfte revolutionierte und große Turniere rund um die Welt gewonnen hat, ist nun noch besser: Die neuen Graphitschäfte für. Der Project X Graphitschaft hat sich als Schaft etabliert, der einen flachen Ballflug fördert und weniger Spin erzeugt. Der neue Project X Black hat weniger. Der Rifle Project X ist ein Schaft, der mit mehreren PGA Tour Siegen aufwarten kann. Die Projekt X LZ Schäfte besitzen die patentierte "Loading Zone" Technologie. Diese speichert maximale Power im Abschwung für einen höheren.