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  1. I have seen many golf tips showing how the left wrist should be bowed to allow the club face to be square while shaft is leaning forward in the impact position. (i.e. since hands are further ahead of the ball at impact , then club face would be open if left wrist is not bowed). However, they always talk about this and show this ONLY with irons and talk about how pros do it and it also has the effect of de-lofting the IRON. What I don't understand is what are you supposed to do with driver/woods? If you de-loft those in the same way it looks really strange (like the clubs are not meant to
  2. [quote name='wdog' timestamp='1283989895' post='2686126'] [quote name='wdog' timestamp='1283989579' post='2686111'] [quote name='idriveahonda' timestamp='1283973674' post='2685634'] Differences in: Length? Kickpoint? YES Acceptance to load? You may not swing it as aggressively subconciously either, because you may see it as "weaker" to your Whiteboard. I swing a Fubuki 63g, to get my spin UP. Stiff shaft @ 44.5" in an R9. I load the shaft pretty well, so sometimes I really do get some higher flights; but it has never cost distance/accuracy by any means. It is by far the most acc
  3. [quote name='wdog' timestamp='1283989579' post='2686111'] [quote name='idriveahonda' timestamp='1283973674' post='2685634'] Differences in: Length? Kickpoint? YES Acceptance to load? You may not swing it as aggressively subconciously either, because you may see it as "weaker" to your Whiteboard. I swing a Fubuki 63g, to get my spin UP. Stiff shaft @ 44.5" in an R9. I load the shaft pretty well, so sometimes I really do get some higher flights; but it has never cost distance/accuracy by any means. It is by far the most accurate combo I have ever had. Just a thought. I'm trying
  4. [quote name='idriveahonda' timestamp='1283973674' post='2685634'] Differences in: Length? Kickpoint? YES Acceptance to load? You may not swing it as aggressively subconciously either, because you may see it as "weaker" to your Whiteboard. I swing a Fubuki 63g, to get my spin UP. Stiff shaft @ 44.5" in an R9. I load the shaft pretty well, so sometimes I really do get some higher flights; but it has never cost distance/accuracy by any means. It is by far the most accurate combo I have ever had. Just a thought. I'm trying to choose the shaft for my SuperFast TP, since my R9 face j
  5. I recently bought an R9 superTri with a Fubuki 73g stiff shaft. I compared it on a launch monitor to and FT-9 tour with a 73 gram X stiff mitsubishi whiteboard and got puzzling results. I'm wondering if anyone can explain the results. I was expecting that my swing speed would be faster with the stiff shaft Fubuki set up. However, my ss with the Supertri/Fubuki stiff was about 99 and with the FT-9 tour with an X stiff whiteboard mitsubishi was about 106 on average. Doesn't this seem backwards? I can't figure out how this can be. My ball speed is similar because I make better contact wit
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