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Shaft Recommendations for Taylor Made Mini 300 Driver


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5 hours ago, avidgolfer23 said:

I have the Taylor Made Mini 300 Driver and it’s performed nicely, but I feel like it could use a shaft upgrade.  Currently, I have the stock shaft in a stiff flex and it feels a little light and soft.  Any recommendations would be appreciated from those who have swapped shafts and had success.

I have a 13.5 ….. for the fairway the tensei blue seems to be absolutely magical.  I’ve had it in there since it came out.    I also have a addi 7 that plays 44 inches in it if you’re talking off the tee only.  Mid trajectory missiles.   I doubt you can go wrong with any shaft you like though.  The magic of that club is the head.  

TM Sim2 max 9* TB 70TX

TM 300 13.5* Tensei CK blue 80TX

TM Sim2 max 17hL MMT 70x 

Callaway  xforged UT 21 ventus blue 9x 

Titleist T100 4-pw MMT 125 TX 

Edel sms 54 58 MMT 125 TX 

Cameron GSS 009  1.5 , sound slot , tungsten sole weights , head speed shaft. 

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14 hours ago, R.Patrick said:

I use it off the tee pretty exclusively (11.5*) and have found that anything I like in my regular driver I like in there.  Typically in the next weight up.

I’m the same. Off the tee as my driver, same shaft profile as my 460cc driver, next weight up.

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Driver: 11.5* Taylormade 300 Mini Driver Evenflow Riptide 70 6.0

3 Wood: 15* Mizuno ST200 Diamana S+ 70 S

Hybrid: 19* (@18*) Mizuno CLK Hybrid Tensei CK Pro Blue Hybrid 70 S

Irons: 5-PW Mizuno MP-20 MMC Project X 6.0

Wedges: 50/08, 54/11 Wilson Staff Model Wedge DG 120 S300, 60/10 Cleveland RTX Zipcore DG Spinner Tour Issue

Putter: Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2

Ball: Srixon Z Star

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