What do the numbers on Hzrdus shaft mean?

The Project X flex system uses numbers to denote flex. A scale of 5.0 to 7.0 is used to mark flexes between regular and Tour-extra-stiff. The HZRDUS Black comes in 60- and 70-gram weights with 5.5, 6.0, and 6.5 flexes, regular+, stiff, and extra-stiff respectively.

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What do the numbers on a shaft mean?

The number is the weight of the shaft in grams. Lighter shafts generally are for lower swing speeds. The lighter weight makes it easier to increase the club head speed. Heavier shafts may go slower, but are easier to control. In most cases.

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What do shaft flex numbers mean?

Higher rated torque numbers means the shaft twists more but it also has softer feel. An example is a 5 degree torque vs a 3 degree torque. The 5 degree torque will feel softer compared to the 3 degree torque which will feel much stiffer.

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What's the difference between Hzrdus shafts?

The key difference between the HZRDUS Yellow and the HZRDUS Black is the weighting. The HZRDUS Yellow has a little more weight in the butt section of the shaft which drops the swing weight approximately 3 points. Depending on your sensitivity, this could be a huge difference or a non-factor.

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Which Hzrdus shaft is stiff?

HZRDUS Smoke Green RDX is the stiffest and lowest launching/spinning model in the HZRDUS RDX family. RDX Green is the next evolution of the popular HZRDUS T1100 and is designed with four different modulus carbon fibers to optimize performance and feel.

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Is Hzrdus a good shaft?

The HZRDUS however has great feel. It offers a much smoother transition throughout the swing, without getting too soft. There is still a crispness to the shaft, but I felt it was right where I want it to be. I also appreciate the Project X stiffness numbers so that you can dial in exactly what you want.

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What does 5.5 shaft flex mean?

Stiff – 5.5. Stiff Plus – 6.0. Extra Stiff Flex – 6.5. Extra Stiff Plus – 7.0.

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Does Hzrdus smoke yellow?

The “Yellow” in HZRDUS Smoke Yellow adds some visual punch to this shaft. The shaft is matte black, which, as you can see below, provides a distraction-free look at address if you install it logo-down. With the graphics up, you'll see the recognizable HZRDUS branding and the new “Smoke” logo in a bold yellow.

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What is the difference between HZRDUS Black and yellow?

The key difference between the HZRDUS Yellow and the HZRDUS Black is the weighting. The HZRDUS Yellow has a little more weight in the butt section of the shaft which drops the swing weight approximately 3 points. Depending on your sensitivity, this could be a huge difference or a non-factor.

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What is the difference between Hzrdus smoke black and green?

Smoke = Higher torque than black means smoother feel. Green = You are Bruce Banner.

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How do I know what shaft flex is right for me?

Some General Guidelines About Shaft Flex
  1. Take a look at the distance you hit your driver. ...
  2. If you have a very smooth swing, you might benefit from a softer flex even if you swing fast. ...
  3. If your drives go left, you might benefit from a stiffer flex; if your drives go right, you might benefit from a softer flex.

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What does senior flex mean?

A senior flex golf shaft is a graphite shaft built to accommodate the needs of a slower swing. Players that use a senior flex golf shaft will typically have swing speeds below 85mph. These golfers struggle to get both distance and launch.

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What is Fujikura R2 Flex?

Googled Description: The R2 is the equivalent of the modern day A-flex. Instead of calling it amateur or senior flex which is ability or age related, the R2 is simply a softer shaft than a standard regular flex for those with reduced swing speeds.

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What does shaft flex 5.0 mean?

Regular Plus – 5.0. Stiff – 5.5. Stiff Plus – 6.0. Extra Stiff – 6.5. Extra Stiff Plus –7.0.

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Is senior flex good for beginners?

Golf clubs for beginners are a better choice instead for brand new golfers since these are designed explicitly with more forgiveness and all that a beginner demands. Now you can easily choose Senior flex since it's suitable for beginners with a slower swing speed.

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What shaft should a senior golfer use?

Senior flex shafts are appropriate for golfers who swing between 75 and 90 mph and carry a driver about 180 to 200 yards. Regular flex shafts are designed for golfers who swing 90 to 100 mph and carry a driver about 200 to 240 yards.

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Is Hzrdus smoke black counterbalanced?

The balance point is slightly higher than the HZRDUS Black but lower than the HZRDUS T1100, which is a counterbalanced shaft.

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What does a counterbalanced golf shaft do?

Counter-balanced shafts are configured to add more weight near the butt of the club, creating a lighter head feel, reduce swing weight by 2 to 3 points, and generating more club head speed.

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What happens if your golf shaft is too stiff?

If your golf shaft is too stiff and your swing speed is too slow, your well-struck shot will be limited on both carry distance and shot trajectory; a too-stiff golf shaft will most often lead to weak fades or slices.

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What does torque mean in a golf shaft?

Shaft torque is measured by a device that records the amount a shaft will twist under a certain amount of force, and it's recorded in degrees. A shaft with 3 degrees of torque will twist less than a shaft with 5 degrees of torque, and so on.

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What is R3 Flex?

The name R3 takes out the sex of the individual in the fitting equation and instead relates it the player's swing speed much the same way that ladies grips are now referred to as undersized. The R3 flex is the gender neutral term for those with the lowest swing speeds.

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What Flex is Fujikura R3?

5.0 out of 5 stars.

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What is a TX flex shaft?

TX-flex shafts are approximately 0.5 flexes stiffer than the company's X-flex shafts, making them a good choice for golfers looking for even lower-spinning performance from the AD-DI line. Learn more about the Tour AD-DI shafts from Pro's Choice, the company's distributor for the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia.

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What is the average swing speed for a 75 year old golfer?

What is the average swing speed of a senior golfer? Anyone over 50 belongs to the senior golfer category. Unlike women, who, on average, have a maximum 60 mph swing speed, men usually have a minimum 75 mph swing speed, with 90 mph being their average.

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What does SR mean on a golf shaft?

SR stands for Stiff / Regular, which is a very common flex for Japanese clubs. Great for players that are currently playing a Stiff flex and finding it slightly hard but have experienced difficulty with the Regular.

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