SteelFiber i110/PX 6.0

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Looking to see how close the flight & spin rates/feel between these shafts!

Thank you for your time,



  • mcs4mcs4 South Florida 658WRX Points: 61Handicap: 12Members Posts: 658 Golden Tee
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    In terms of numbers, you might find [url="https://****.com/****-labs-does-the-shaft-matter/"]this test[/url] interesting (probably skip down to the part where they limit the result to players with driver swing speeds over 95 mph).

    Personally I find my SteelFiber 110 stiffs to perform similarly to the S300s I played for years, which is also the most common steel shaft I have seen people equate to the Steelfibers. Zero adjustment time between the two shafts for me. I do not find that the Steelfibers launch noticeably higher than S300s (subject to the understanding that I am using slightly different, but reasonably similar clubheads), whereas I would expect PXs to launch slightly higher.
    Cobra King F7 (Kuro Kage Silver TiNi DC 60, stiff)
    Cobra AMP 4w (Comp CZ)
    Mizuno MP-H4 3 iron (Aldila Tour Green 85)
    Mizuno MP-H4 4 iron (Steelfiber 95)
    Mizuno MP-25 5-PW (Steelfiber 110)
    Ping i E1, 50 deg. (Recoil 110)
    Nike Engage 56 deg. (Recoil 95)
    Nike Engage 59 deg. (Recoil 95)

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