Loomis iron shafts became popular on tour for a while. PGA Tour players use steel shafts almost exclusively in their irons with Matt Kuchar being a notable exception.
There have been a lot of new offerings in wedge shafts like the True Temper Dynamic Gold 115 Wedges and KBS Hi Rev 20 wedge shafts that offer lighter weight or increased spin and more controlled ball flight.
What iron shaft do pros use. — Just a short time ago professional golfers used strictly steel shafts in their irons. Cobra RADSPEED 5-GW wKBS Taper Lite Black S 1 and 2upright. The Callaway Rogue X irons are available in either KBS Max 90 or Synergy 60g steel shaft material.
In fact a number of PGA Tour professionals are now using composite shafts in their driving irons and some like Brandt Snedeker Matt Kuchar and Fred Couples are playing composite shafts in. Not on this list but under evaluation are other iron shafts from Fujikura Paderson Mitsubishi Chemical Golf and UST Mamiya. 3 it is harder to feel what the clubhead is doing.
A few touring pros do use graphite shafts in their irons Brandt Snedeker Matt Kuchar sometimes others. This iron is made with Tungsten weighting that allows for better control with each stroke. 1 pros are not looking to hit their irons further they are looking to control the ball as well as they can.
I remember in the 1990s that G. While most Divers woods and hybrids come with graphite shafts nowadays you can select graphite or steel in your irons and graphite will suit slower swing speeds the best. You have three main choices when it comes to your irons.
These are great if you need lighter weight to match your iron shafts or lack the technique to hit those punch spin wedge shots. Callaway Super Hybrid 20 wMitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Blue 80S 415 Hybrid 2. Fast swing speeds will usually need a heavier shaft and slower swing speeds need lighter shafts.
You should know that Nippon Modus 120 is significantly softer than the 130 version – and by the way it has a different shaft profile. The variable face thickness and 360 Face Cup helps to improve ball distance and speed. But also players who hit their 6 iron 170m and further belong to this category and in this area there are a lot of high quality shafts.
Graphite iron shafts are too light for most players. You have the classic steel shaft the graphite shaft or the innovative SteelFibre a graphite shaft surrounded by. Depending on what type of swing you possess stiff-shaft irons might help you control your shots better achieve optimal results from a swing with a.
Bottom line is that these shafts have done the best job of increasing our golfers distance accuracy and consistency. Because players with higher swing speeds tend to use less flexible shafts male. They are also the best in terms of consistency for our club building team.
According to Golf Monthly McIlroy is using the new Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero driver along with prototype Callaway Apex MB irons. Even when graphite shafts became both acceptable and popular in metalwoods and hybrids graphite still. You can trust me that you will see more and more graphite-shafted irons put into play on tour.
Other companies had brief success on tour with graphite shafted iron as well like UST with their Tour Weight iron shafts. The stiffest shafts are Nippon Modus 3 130 X and Dynamic Gold X100 X7. Most PGA Tour pros use stiff or x-stiff shafts.
Meanwhile the Northern Irishman has decided to use the Titleist ProV1x balls. 2 the majority of better players are looking for slightly heavier irons not lighter. When it comes to iron shafts the options of what you can play is growing but not as fast as it is in graphite shafts.
Callaway Super Hybrid 25 wMitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Blue 70S 405 or Cobra RADSPEED 24 wFujikura Ventus Blue 70S 405 Irons.