GD TOUR AD IZ in driver

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  • ShaftShack.comShaftShack.com Unregistered  161WRX Points: 3Posts: 161 Bunkers
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    IZ is definitely an awesome shaft with a tighter feel than the DI, due mostly to the higher modulus upgraded Torray T1100 graphite integrated into the shaft



    We actually have these shafts available for demo, so check us out, we send demo shafts direct to your door for you to try first-hand!



    If you have any questions along the way, just give us a call or send us an email!



    Hope that helps!



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  • uscgolfguyuscgolfguy Members  190WRX Points: 29Posts: 190 Fairways
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    IZ is definitely an awesome shaft with a tighter feel than the DI, due mostly to the higher modulus upgraded Torray T1100 graphite integrated into the shaft



    We actually have these shafts available for demo, so check us out, we send demo shafts direct to your door for you to try first-hand!



    If you have any questions along the way, just give us a call or send us an email!



    Hope that helps!



    Best,



    ShaftShack.com

    e-mail: [email protected]

    Tele: 1-888-751-5127






    Do you guys take trades on high-end shafts? Have a couple that I would like to swap/trade...
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  • sixtysevensixtysevensixtysevensixtyseven Members  2028WRX Points: 2Posts: 2,028 BST Banned
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    I think GD did a great job with the IZ. It fits a very wide spectrum of players and their quality and weight selection is really second to none.
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  • MMB1500MMB1500 Members  6652WRX Points: 581Handicap: GolfPosts: 6,652 Titanium Tees
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    Just wondering if there are any more IZ users out there and whether there is any additional feedback from longer term users. I am seriously considering trying these shafts in my driver and 3 wood.
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  • bobbyclampett!!bobbyclampett!! Members  663WRX Points: 20Posts: 663 Bunkers
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    Anyone tried this compared to the AD GP?
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  • richzubsrichzubs Members  6WRX Points: 0Posts: 6 Bunkers
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    IZ is definitely an awesome shaft with a tighter feel than the DI, due mostly to the higher modulus upgraded Torray T1100 graphite integrated into the shaft



    We actually have these shafts available for demo, so check us out, we send demo shafts direct to your door for you to try first-hand!



    If you have any questions along the way, just give us a call or send us an email!



    Hope that helps!



    Best,



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    e-mail: [email protected]

    Tele: 1-888-751-5127
    ShaftShack - what length would the demo come in. Interested in TS3 tip 60g
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  • kiddockiddoc Members  645WRX Points: 126Posts: 645 Golden Tee
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    Anyone tried this compared to the AD GP?




    Switched from GP to IZ both 60 TX now in M5



    Higher Launch, more carry....not going back!
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  • scottleoscottleo Long Island, NYMembers  1235WRX Points: 119Handicap: 5.4Posts: 1,235 Platinum Tees
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    I see Fowler using the IZ 7x in his driver now....
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    The IZ is a great shaft. Although it's supposed to be similar in profile to the DI, it doesnt have the same pronounced kick. It feels a tad more stable in the same flex and loads and releases more linearly from transition into impact, which in my view makes it easier to time. I also think it's a great choice for lower lofted drivers. I'm surprised it doesnt get more love here on GolfWRX, but that will likely change given Rickie and Jordan using it now.
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  • jjmurryjjmurry Washington, DCMembers  279WRX Points: 109Handicap: 1.5Posts: 279 Greens
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    In regards to the AD IZ - would this be a decent shaft for someone who plays a little laid off at the top, with a fairly aggressive transition? I'm looking for a shaft that's anti-left as I can sometimes release too early with my current Evenflow T1100. Additionally, for a SS between 108-112 would a 7X or 7TX be more consistent? Looking to pair with a TS3 if anyone has had any luck with that pairing. Thanks very much!
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  • dvrice1dvrice1 Members  14WRX Points: 26Handicap: 7Posts: 14 Bunkers
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    I'm a shaft junkie, especially Tour AD. My driver is about 103-105 with an average to slightly quick transition. I have probably 30 different high end shafts, and IZ is clearly my favorite shaft. Performance and feel are outstanding. I currently play the IZ6S with a G400max 9* head. My most recent shafts previously were a DI6S, BB7S, and TP6S. I absolutely love the feel of the IZ. I haven't been on a Trackman yet to check the numbers. Just got the shaft this past Fall.
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  • ShaftShack.comShaftShack.com Unregistered  161WRX Points: 3Posts: 161 Bunkers
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    Anyone tried this compared to the AD GP?






    So the GP launches low and has the stiffest tip section of any shaft on the market (low-launch / low spin). Overall it feels a little smoother than the IZ, but both are made of the 2nd gen T1100 Torray high modulus graphite. The GP is basically the old BB in steroids.



    IZ feels a smidge tighter and launches higher (high-launch / low-spin). It's basically the old DI on steroids!



    Rickie Fowler just won the Waste Management Open with the IZ in both his driver and driving iron!



    Let us know if there is anything else we can do to help! We actually have and send the demos of these shafts direct to your door so you can try first hand! Also know that you can apply $100 of demo credit to most 1st tier shafts (some exceptions apply) and all new shaft purchases come with a FREE factory adapter and grip ($40 value) of your choice!



    Hope that helps!



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  • golfer55082golfer55082 Members  416WRX Points: 75Posts: 416 Greens
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    I currently play iz 6s with ping g400max 10.5 head. Love it too!! However would like to try the vr to see if the numbers are better. Since you obviously have tried many gd shafts, any experience with vr?


    dvrice1 wrote:


    I'm a shaft junkie, especially Tour AD. My driver is about 103-105 with an average to slightly quick transition. I have probably 30 different high end shafts, and IZ is clearly my favorite shaft. Performance and feel are outstanding. I currently play the IZ6S with a G400max 9* head. My most recent shafts previously were a DI6S, BB7S, and TP6S. I absolutely love the feel of the IZ. I haven't been on a Trackman yet to check the numbers. Just got the shaft this past Fall.
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  • ShaftShack.comShaftShack.com Unregistered  161WRX Points: 3Posts: 161 Bunkers
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    jjmurry wrote:


    In regards to the AD IZ - would this be a decent shaft for someone who plays a little laid off at the top, with a fairly aggressive transition? I'm looking for a shaft that's anti-left as I can sometimes release too early with my current Evenflow T1100. Additionally, for a SS between 108-112 would a 7X or 7TX be more consistent? Looking to pair with a TS3 if anyone has had any luck with that pairing. Thanks very much!




    That's a tricky one. The difference between the 7x and 7TX is only 2g and the torque is the same. So the weight and torque won't play a factor in preventing a hook. The Evenflow T1000 plays a little stouter than the IZ, but is a totally different bend profile (high- vs low-launch). Are you playing the 65g or 75g Evenflow? Without seeing your swing, I think fighting the left side of the course might have more to do with how you release the club. How do you like the trajectory and spin characteristics the Evenflow is giving you? Send you a DM in a second...



    FYI we actually have and send the demos of these shafts direct to your door so you can try first hand! Also know that you can apply $100 of demo credit to most 1st tier shafts (some exceptions apply) and all new shaft purchases come with a FREE factory adapter and grip ($40 value) of your choice!



    Hope that helps!



    Sincerely,



    ShaftShack.com

    Tele: 1-888-751-5127

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  • BeeezBeeez Members  197WRX Points: 28Posts: 197 Fairways
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    How would the IZ compare to the Diamana BF in 60 stiff in a driver?
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  • ShaftShack.comShaftShack.com Unregistered  161WRX Points: 3Posts: 161 Bunkers
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    richzubs wrote:



    IZ is definitely an awesome shaft with a tighter feel than the DI, due mostly to the higher modulus upgraded Torray T1100 graphite integrated into the shaft



    We actually have these shafts available for demo, so check us out, we send demo shafts direct to your door for you to try first-hand!



    If you have any questions along the way, just give us a call or send us an email!



    Hope that helps!



    Best,



    ShaftShack.com

    e-mail: [email protected]

    Tele: 1-888-751-5127
    ShaftShack - what length would the demo come in. Interested in TS3 tip 60g




    Hi there, all our demos are cut to a playing length of 45 inches.
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  • ShaftShack.comShaftShack.com Unregistered  161WRX Points: 3Posts: 161 Bunkers
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    Beeez wrote:


    How would the IZ compare to the Diamana BF in 60 stiff in a driver?




    IZ is a high-launch low-spin profile, awhile the BF is a mid-launch low-spin profile.



    Still need to write an in-depth product review for the IZ, but click here for the BF product review we did.



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  • s1tens1ten Members  159WRX Points: 60Handicap: 6.6Posts: 159 Bunkers
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    intrigued about the IZ. With how much head adjustability there is in modern drivers, are high/mid/low profiles as important? I feel like if I found a shaft that I time perfectly I would hope there would be enough adjustability in the club head to optimize launch and spin?

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