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High launch, low spin
The shaft setup in my sig gets the ball plenty high but I can literally see it ballooning. Therefore, I'd like an 80-100g shaft that will give me the same ball flight with less spin which means it'll have to be high launching as well.

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The Grafalloy Comp NT 85 is a great shaft. Will play similar to your Graf Blue with a mid bend point. I have one in a driver and it launches mid/high. Plays true to flex also. Nice shaft for about $80. ;)

 

Edit: Oh, how'd I forget this one? Purple Ice 85 is also a great shaft. Also plays true to flex and launches mid/high. If you can find one with the old graphics on Ebay, you can sometimes find them for under $50 brand new. The ones with new graphics are around $115 I believe. I have one in my T60 15º and I get a nice trajectory and it doesn't spin excessively. It's a high launch/lower spinning shaft. Definitely a winner.

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Graffaloy Pro Launch 75. I know you want 80 or above but this is a great FW wood shaft. High but not ballooney, very consistent.

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The Grafalloy Comp NT 85 is a great shaft. Will play similar to your Graf Blue with a mid bend point. I have one in a driver and it launches mid/high. Plays true to flex also. Nice shaft for about $80. ;)

 

Edit: Oh, how'd I forget this one? Purple Ice 85 is also a great shaft. Also plays true to flex and launches mid/high. If you can find one with the old graphics on Ebay, you can sometimes find them for under $50 brand new. The ones with new graphics are around $115 I believe. I have one in my T60 15º and I get a nice trajectory and it doesn't spin excessively. It's a high launch/lower spinning shaft. Definitely a winner.

 

I played a Purple Ice in a 15* V-Steel and found it to be a fairly low launching shaft - really had problems getting in in the air from the fairway. Of a tee it was a great combo. It hardly ever ballooned on me!!

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The Grafalloy Comp NT 85 is a great shaft. Will play similar to your Graf Blue with a mid bend point. I have one in a driver and it launches mid/high. Plays true to flex also. Nice shaft for about $80. ;)

 

Edit: Oh, how'd I forget this one? Purple Ice 85 is also a great shaft. Also plays true to flex and launches mid/high. If you can find one with the old graphics on Ebay, you can sometimes find them for under $50 brand new. The ones with new graphics are around $115 I believe. I have one in my T60 15º and I get a nice trajectory and it doesn't spin excessively. It's a high launch/lower spinning shaft. Definitely a winner.

 

I played a Purple Ice in a 15* V-Steel and found it to be a fairly low launching shaft - really had problems getting in in the air from the fairway. Of a tee it was a great combo. It hardly ever ballooned on me!!

 

Never had that problem. HIGH launch with no ballooning for me with the Purple Ice.

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The ProLaunch HY is too short at only 41". The ProLaunch 75 I may consider if the price is right.

 

I had a Purple Ice 85 X in a Sonartec SS-03 and didn't hit it well.

 

The Fuji and ZCom shafts seem like they'd be out of my price range.

 

The NVS 85 seems about right if I can find one cheap. Remember, I want high launch, low spin.

 

The better question is who should reshaft my T60? I'm in the Cincinnati area where there are no Golfsmiths and I don't trust Golf Galaxy.

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The ProLaunch HY is too short at only 41". The ProLaunch 75 I may consider if the price is right.

 

I had a Purple Ice 85 X in a Sonartec SS-03 and didn't hit it well.

 

The Fuji and ZCom shafts seem like they'd be out of my price range.

 

The NVS 85 seems about right if I can find one cheap. Remember, I want high launch, low spin.

 

The better question is who should reshaft my T60? I'm in the Cincinnati area where there are no Golfsmiths and I don't trust Golf Galaxy.

I'm not surprised that the SS-03 was tough to hit with a Purple Ice X flex if you've been using a TX-90 stiff in the T60. The TX-90, even tipped, is a soft shaft. The Purple Ice in an X was probably too stiff, coupled with the deep-faced SS-03 that is a tough clubhead to hit well. None of the shafts in your other clubs would indicate that you'd require an X in the Purple Ice. I'm certainly not saying the Purple Ice is the one shaft you should check out, but it is a shaft that does exactly what you're describing that you want. The Prolaunch is a good shaft too, but it does hit the ball quite high in a 3 wood. There is an 85 gram version available, but it is a "special order" item through select Grafalloy/TT retailers and is pretty spendy (about $125.) You might want to actually consider the 75X in the Prolaunch, being the T60 head is so heavy.

Also, you might want to check out the Accuflex Acculaunch series. It sounds like it does what you're looking for, and there is an 80 gram version available. Acculaunch prices are always reasonable, and I think they are a sponsor/advertiser here too, so they may give you a good price! ;)

 

Check the Professional Clubmaker's Society website for a clubfitter in your area. I've found two very good clubfitters through their site using their "clubmaker locator."

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I'm not surprised that the SS-03 was tough to hit with a Purple Ice X flex if you've been using a TX-90 stiff in the T60. The TX-90, even tipped, is a soft shaft. The Purple Ice in an X was probably too stiff, coupled with the deep-faced SS-03 that is a tough clubhead to hit well.

Actually, I got the T60 after trying a number of 3 woods which included the SS-03, and I went with the TX-90 only for weight reasons, tipping it to reduce spin as much as possible. The T60 is a deep-faced 3 wood as well :crazy2:

 

The club that I used immediately preceding the SS-03 was a 13* PT w/DG S400. Now THAT is no easy club to hit ;)

 

With the price of a new Purple Ice 85, I'd have been better off keeping the SS-03 combo just for the shaft!

 

You might want to actually consider the 75X in the Prolaunch, being the T60 head is so heavy.

By that logic, shouldn't I consider the other shafts in X as well?

 

I PM'ed the Accuflex guy about the AccuLaunch.

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I'm not surprised that the SS-03 was tough to hit with a Purple Ice X flex if you've been using a TX-90 stiff in the T60. The TX-90, even tipped, is a soft shaft. The Purple Ice in an X was probably too stiff, coupled with the deep-faced SS-03 that is a tough clubhead to hit well.

Actually, I got the T60 after trying a number of 3 woods which included the SS-03, and I went with the TX-90 only for weight reasons, tipping it to reduce spin as much as possible. The T60 is a deep-faced 3 wood as well :crazy:

 

The club that I used immediately preceding the SS-03 was a 13* PT w/DG S400. Now THAT is no easy club to hit :crazy2:

 

With the price of a new Purple Ice 85, I'd have been better off keeping the SS-03 combo just for the shaft!

 

You might want to actually consider the 75X in the Prolaunch, being the T60 head is so heavy.

By that logic, shouldn't I consider the other shafts in X as well?

 

I PM'ed the Accuflex guy about the AccuLaunch.

Yes the T60 is deep-faced. But it also has a 60 gram tungsten plug to lower the COG. It's the highest-launching deep-faced 3 wood I have ever played. The SS-03 did not have the same kind of design, and was known as a low-hitting FW wood for most mere mortals. :cheesy: Combine that with a shaft that was perhaps too stiff, and I couldn't see good results coming out of it.

 

I have the Adams RPM Low Profile Tour 16º. My clubfitter used a Prolaunch 75X to get it to play to an S100 flex. ;) Same concept with the T60 if you are looking at the Prolaunch 75. The Purple Ice, a stiff was sufficient in the T60. Different manufacturer, different result. A Heavy head needs a stiffer shaft to play true to flex. Otherwise, by the time you tip them enough to get them to the desired flex, you may have changed the intended launch characteristic of the shaft completely. The flex designation printed on a shaft is only a starting point. The Acculaunch would probably need to be an X as well. I'm just trying to be helpful and offer my experience being I have used these shafts, and I own a T60. I have a clubfitter do the shafts so that they're done right. Take the club to a clubfitter and they'll get you hooked up. They can pull the head and weigh it, and get a sense of what shaft will need to be ordered in what flex to get it to the desired flex.

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I have the Adams RPM Low Profile Tour 16º. My clubfitter used a Prolaunch 75X to get it to play to an S100 flex. ;) Same concept with the T60 if you are looking at the Prolaunch 75. The Purple Ice, a stiff was sufficient in the T60. Different manufacturer, different result. A Heavy head needs a stiffer shaft to play true to flex. Otherwise, by the time you tip them enough to get them to the desired flex, you may have changed the intended launch characteristic of the shaft completely. The flex designation printed on a shaft is only a starting point. The Acculaunch would probably need to be an X as well. I'm just trying to be helpful and offer my experience being I have used these shafts, and I own a T60. I have a clubfitter do the shafts so that they're done right. Take the club to a clubfitter and they'll get you hooked up. They can pull the head and weigh it, and get a sense of what shaft will need to be ordered in what flex to get it to the desired flex.

I appreciate your comment because I probably wouldn't overlooked the head weight as a flex factor. Back in Minnesota, I had a minitour friend who would be able to do all my club work, but here in Cincinnati, I don't know anyone, and I don't trust anyone in retail. I guess I could wait until I get back down to Atlanta for the school year, but I don't know anyone there, and my tournaments will have already passed :crazy2:

 

Admittedly, I'm only play the Pub Links and US Am, but they're the big ones.

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I don't know if this is really going to answer the original question (what shaft will make my 3-wood launch higher), but I was in the same boat not too long ago - I had always played 14 or 15 degree 3-woods of one type or another, and while I liked most of them off the tee, hitting them off the deck was not my strong suit regardless of the shaft. If I tried a shaft that was made for a higher launch angle, I generally had a hard time controlling the shot. If I tried a shaft that I could generally control well in most areas, I was still inconsistent off the deck as far as launch angle went (way too low). Recently I brought this up to my club pro during my iron fitting, and after trying a few different shafts and lofts, ended up ordering a 17 degree fairway wood head with a shaft that wouldn't have worked for me in a 14 or 15 degree head (Fuji Pro95 stiff). I couldn't be happier - I get good lauch angle from both the tee and the deck, the shaft is very controllable, and most importantly, I gained a lot of confidence. I don't think I lost any distance (balls carry very well) and I hit far more good shots with this setup than with the lower lofted fairway clubs I've had recently.

 

 

 

Hope that helps - another option to think about, anyway...

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I'm not surprised that the SS-03 was tough to hit with a Purple Ice X flex if you've been using a TX-90 stiff in the T60. The TX-90, even tipped, is a soft shaft. The Purple Ice in an X was probably too stiff, coupled with the deep-faced SS-03 that is a tough clubhead to hit well.

Actually, I got the T60 after trying a number of 3 woods which included the SS-03, and I went with the TX-90 only for weight reasons, tipping it to reduce spin as much as possible. The T60 is a deep-faced 3 wood as well :crazy:

 

The club that I used immediately preceding the SS-03 was a 13* PT w/DG S400. Now THAT is no easy club to hit :crazy2:

 

With the price of a new Purple Ice 85, I'd have been better off keeping the SS-03 combo just for the shaft!

 

You might want to actually consider the 75X in the Prolaunch, being the T60 head is so heavy.

By that logic, shouldn't I consider the other shafts in X as well?

 

I PM'ed the Accuflex guy about the AccuLaunch.

Yes the T60 is deep-faced. But it also has a 60 gram tungsten plug to lower the COG. It's the highest-launching deep-faced 3 wood I have ever played. The SS-03 did not have the same kind of design, and was known as a low-hitting FW wood for most mere mortals. :cheesy: Combine that with a shaft that was perhaps too stiff, and I couldn't see good results coming out of it.

 

I have the Adams RPM Low Profile Tour 16º. My clubfitter used a Prolaunch 75X to get it to play to an S100 flex. ;) Same concept with the T60 if you are looking at the Prolaunch 75. The Purple Ice, a stiff was sufficient in the T60. Different manufacturer, different result. A Heavy head needs a stiffer shaft to play true to flex. Otherwise, by the time you tip them enough to get them to the desired flex, you may have changed the intended launch characteristic of the shaft completely. The flex designation printed on a shaft is only a starting point. The Acculaunch would probably need to be an X as well. I'm just trying to be helpful and offer my experience being I have used these shafts, and I own a T60. I have a clubfitter do the shafts so that they're done right. Take the club to a clubfitter and they'll get you hooked up. They can pull the head and weigh it, and get a sense of what shaft will need to be ordered in what flex to get it to the desired flex.

 

divots,

 

what the heck do you mean by an s100 flex? is that a reference to the long-since unavailable dynamic gold s100 shaft ... if so, i can't understand any comparison of a graphite wood shaft to the dg ... as apples to oranges as you can get ... if that's not it, what does the 's100 flex' reference mean ... really curious about that??

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I believe he means on a royal precision rifle scale it flexed out to a soft S-flex somewhere below an S300.

Yep. That's what it is! ;) It's a sub flex. It's softer than an "S300." I have a pretty smooth tempo, and like the shaft to load easy. At 108 MPH SS, many people use an X flex. I like the S100. It's pretty astounding how firm a "true" S100 flex feels. I've had plenty of "stiff" flex clubs that my clubfitter has checked for me because they felt soft, and they were soft "senior" flexes. S100 has been working well for me. :crazy2:

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I don't know if this is really going to answer the original question (what shaft will make my 3-wood launch higher), but I was in the same boat not too long ago - I had always played 14 or 15 degree 3-woods of one type or another, and while I liked most of them off the tee, hitting them off the deck was not my strong suit regardless of the shaft. If I tried a shaft that was made for a higher launch angle, I generally had a hard time controlling the shot. If I tried a shaft that I could generally control well in most areas, I was still inconsistent off the deck as far as launch angle went (way too low). Recently I brought this up to my club pro during my iron fitting, and after trying a few different shafts and lofts, ended up ordering a 17 degree fairway wood head with a shaft that wouldn't have worked for me in a 14 or 15 degree head (Fuji Pro95 stiff). I couldn't be happier - I get good lauch angle from both the tee and the deck, the shaft is very controllable, and most importantly, I gained a lot of confidence. I don't think I lost any distance (balls carry very well) and I hit far more good shots with this setup than with the lower lofted fairway clubs I've had recently.

 

 

 

Hope that helps - another option to think about, anyway...

I'm not really in a position to buy another club, especially since I'd have to reshaft that one as well. Frankly, the 13* is fine. Hell, I played a 6.5* 975D w/DG S300 back in the day.

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I believe he means on a royal precision rifle scale it flexed out to a soft S-flex somewhere below an S300.

Yep. That's what it is! ;) It's a sub flex. It's softer than an "S300." I have a pretty smooth tempo, and like the shaft to load easy. At 108 MPH SS, many people use an X flex. I like the S100. It's pretty astounding how firm a "true" S100 flex feels. I've had plenty of "stiff" flex clubs that my clubfitter has checked for me because they felt soft, and they were soft "senior" flexes. S100 has been working well for me. :crazy2:

 

hmmm ... i figured that. so, are we talking about a deflection board reading or a butt cpm reading? i'm in the camp that thinks that when one suggests that an s300 is equivalent to a rifle 5.7 or 5.8, that it is a meaningless comparison as those shafts are just completely different. ditto to a graphite shaft comparison.

 

do you soft-step your s300 iron shafts once or twice to get to the s100 flex?

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