EvenFlow 6.0 vs. Tensei Blue ???

 nick.woods76 ·  
nick.woods76nick.woods76  666WRX Points: 69Members Posts: 666 Bunkers
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Hello
Former Blueboard Player then on tour Tour AD - now that SS is slower and I'm broker I'm looking for a decent mid mid shaft - I like the softer feel and not too heavy. Has anyone compared these 2 shafts in the TS2 series of drivers and fairways?

Currently playing the stock Tensi. Might be looking for something a tiny heavier possibly.

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  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16  9014WRX Points: 1,294Members Posts: 9,014 Titanium Tees
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    I used the 6.5 and the 60TX in driver last year. The Tensei was better for me... it just feels more stable and but still smooth. I've never been a PX shaft guy though.

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    D - Epic SZ | Tour Z Xtreme 465
    3w - '16 Tour Issue M1 (16.5*) | Diamana B 70
    5w - '17 M1 | Tensei Pro Blue 70
    4h - 818H1 | Tensei Pro White 90
    Irons - P760 5-PW | Modus 120
    GW - Glide 3.0 50/12 | S400 Tour Issue
    SW - Glide 3.0 54/12| S400 Tour Issue
    LW - Glide 3.0 58/10 | S400 Tour Issue
    P - Custom EVNROLL ER5
    Ball - Bridgestone BXS



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  • nick.woods76nick.woods76  666WRX Points: 69Members Posts: 666 Bunkers
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    To me the Evenflow felt nothing like a PX iron shaft. Much smooth and easier to load.

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  • Rk5Rk5  102WRX Points: 44Members Posts: 102 Fairways
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    Just check the weights of the shaft against the "model name" if you have a weight in mind (The CK blue 60 is actually 67g etc)

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    Taylormade 2017 M1 9.5 Tensei Blue CK 60 Stiff
    Callaway XR 3 wood Project X LZ 6.0
    Titleist 712U 2 iron KBS C-Taper S+
    Titleist 816 H2 21* Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec HB 8S
    Ping I E1 irons 4-PW Modus 3 130S 
    Vokey SM6 F Grind Steel Grey 52.08*
    Vokey SM6 M Grind Black 58.08*
    Odyssey Metal X #6

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