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  1. You should try Ping's new fitting tool. https://webfit.ping.com
  2. The MMT also comes in a taper tip model. I think the MMT-105 stiff soft-stepped twice would make a good wedge shaft. I have the MMT-80s, and I think that is what I'm going to do. But I'm on the fence about it. Expensive experiment.
  3. Practice round at the Masters. Fuzzy pulls someone out of the crowd to hit a tee shot on 12. I'm thinking that no way this guy makes contact. Between nerves and coming in cold there is just no way. The guy flushes it to 15-feet from the pin. Crowd goes nuts.
  4. The website for it says it learns your clubs, and suggests what you hit. It looks like it expects you to engage in heavy post round editing.
  5. MMT 105 TX is 113 grams. Accra may have something that works for you.
  6. Lift heavy weights instead of running. If you want cardio, row or assault bike.
  7. Generally, Graphite will help with joint issues. But it helps more with tendinitis/tendinosis. As far as trajectory from graphite, you can get a low launching graphite in the 95 to 105 gram range. But trajectory comes more from the club head than the shaft.
  8. The new Titleist Shaft Comparison tool: https://www.titleist.com/fitting/golf-club-fitting/golf-shafts
  9. Callaway Cornado in wide are comfortable. Footjoy Pro SL in wide did not work for me. I think the UA Hovr in wide did not have enough room.
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