looking for a new shaft for a Cleveland Comp 460 10.5

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I have a Cleveland Comp 460 10.5 with NVS-S shaft in it as a bck up driver, and i am thinking of making a change, whould love to see if anyone has any ideas, or has tried out a few shafts in this head.



Thanks, Matt
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  • Sea-HawksSea-Hawks Lefty Boomers  404WRX Points: 80Posts: 404 Greens
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    Definately get something that keeps the ballflight down a bit. Grafalloy Comp NT is a nice shaft, as is the Grafalloy Blue. Something a little newer, the Accra Dymatch S3...I had the S2 and it was still a touch too high for ballflight and spin.
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  • Smack DaddySmack Daddy Snaphookapotomous Members  551WRX Points: 0Posts: 551
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    Samick wrote on Dec 2 2009, 09:39 PM:
    Definately get something that keeps the ballflight down a bit. Grafalloy Comp NT is a nice shaft, as is the Grafalloy Blue. Something a little newer, the Accra Dymatch S3...I had the S2 and it was still a touch too high for ballflight and spin.




    But Andrew, you swing like a maniac. image/partytime2.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':partytime2:' />



    I love the Dymatch S2 but I don't have Samick's swing speed. image/russian_roulette.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':russian_roulette:' />
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  • Lefty CatLefty Cat Team Bonecrusher Lefty Boomers  1560WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,560
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    Want an Project X graphite X-7A2?
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  • GolfdawgGolfdawg Members  693WRX Points: 0Posts: 693
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    so good ideas, thanks, keep them coming.
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  • gdb99gdb99 Members  1798WRX Points: 213Handicap: 3.3Posts: 1,798 Platinum Tees
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    What is your driver doing that you don't like? What is your swing speed? I mean, to get answers, people need some information about your swing....



    I have the same driver with an NVS reg., tipped a little, @ 44.5". I think it's great.

    I've also tried a Prolaunch Platinum and Prolaunch Blue. The NVS feels better and has a better ball flight, and has been longer, for my swing.
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  • GolfdawgGolfdawg Members  693WRX Points: 0Posts: 693
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    Swing speed is 104-108, i use to be a hitter, but getting more towards a swinger. Like to get the spin down a bit.
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  • GolfdawgGolfdawg Members  693WRX Points: 0Posts: 693
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    gdb99 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 04:34 PM:
    What is your driver doing that you don't like? What is your swing speed? I mean, to get answers, people need some information about your swing....



    I have the same driver with an NVS reg., tipped a little, @ 44.5". I think it's great.

    I've also tried a Prolaunch Platinum and Prolaunch Blue. The NVS feels better and has a better ball flight, and has been longer, for my swing.




    I was in fact looking at the GD Pershing or Prolaunch Platinum
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  • Honcho72Honcho72 Members  637WRX Points: 93Handicap: No, that’s my normal swingPosts: 637 Golden Tee
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    I had one witha Speeder 757 in it at one time. SUPER DRIVER. You should be able to get by with a stiff flex as they seem to play a little stiff IMO.
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