Project X 5.5
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KlГren, die nicht Project X 5.5 sind Project X 5.5 hilfsbereit Spieler, sich. - Sie befinden sich hierUnbelievable shipping speed shipped Tuesday received Thursday great all around. Nixhex Posted November 25, Anyone hit any drivers already? Recommended Posts. Top Posters In This Topic 4 4 4 2. Allowed me to Vpip very dialed in and confidently know my Gewinnzahlen Euromillions Heute, which in turn lowered scores. Project X iron shafts are trusted by the best players in the world and are a staple in golf shaft design. Maintaining a stout profile throughout the entire shaft, Project X is a preferred choice by stronger swingers looking for a flat, penetrating ball flight and unmatched stability. Project X shafts are also known for their range of flex options. Rather than the traditional regular, stiff, x-stiff, etc profiles, Project X uses a numbering system in.5 increments. The flexes range from the softest at up to the stiffest at , giving players five different flex options. All are with Project X and heads are bent 2* upright: Pitching Wedge (47*) typically a ~yrd club for me. This one was a tad punchy 8 Iron (39*) typically used as a ~yrd club depending on shot shape. These were 7yrd draws 6 Iron (31*) will use between ~yrds again playing with shape. These were 5~7yrd draws. There are many more sub flexes with Project X, so the standard flex designations for irons has not been as clear. When we chose for stock in our original AP2 ten years ago, we didn't see that club as a Tour played model. We expected it to be played by the better amateur so we tested both and with our test groups and the won. Project X LS. Project X LS (Low Spin) is the next evolution of the original Project X. It features an ultra-stable and stiff design that minimizes spin while providing a tight feel to keep up with even the strongest swingers on Tour. LS also features a unique brushed chrome finish that reduces glare and gives Project X LS a distinct look. Learn.
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Project X LS Project X LS Low Spin is the next evolution of the original Project X. Project X IO Project X IO takes the DNA of the popular PXi shaft and evolves it by having each shaft flex designed with a specific weight and trajectory progression in mind.
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KevCannon 4 posts. I'd go with the 6. I play 6. The dispersion is tighter, the distance is actually better on a well struck shot than with the 5.
On a mis-hit the dispersion is tighter than with the 5. Go with the 6. Titleist TS4 8. Hardstep the 5. I have a high SS, not sure what is really is but I hit my 6 iron about I don't try hard to kill it either.
I have tried 6. Finally went to 5. I feel like the shaft is working FOR me vs me having to work hard for the 6. I don't feel any difference in dispersion.
Would you buy a pair of shoes a size too big hoping to grow into them? Chances are you would, but it would be awkward for you til you did.
Besides, as a participant on this site, chances are its only a matter of time before you start collecting more clubs than you'll ever use, unless of course you already have the sickness.
Good luck, Homie. I felt a bit unsure about the decision but later I was much happier on the course since I gained a full club length and control.
I did not see any dispersion difference between 5. TaylorMade M6 Tour AD BB Ping G 2 Hybrid Tour AD DI Mizuno JPX Forged Irons Titleist Vokey SM8s Bettinardi Tour DASS Pro V1X low number.
In general it is best to play the softest shaft you can control. Unless the dispersion is significantly better with the 6.
I draw the ball and i felt my misses went more offline with the 5. I should have clarified in my earlier post, I went to 6. My last set was a set of AP2 version with the Project X 5.
The fitter I went to has a Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Callaway, and Mizuno fitting cart. He fit me out of the Titleist cart for club length, lie angle, grip size, and loft, but used the Mizuno Shaft Optimizer to get the shaft flex and type.
My recommendations based on my swing with the Shaft Optimizer were Project X 6. I opted for the 6. Fitting really is the key to getting everything right.
If you want the best results now get the 5. If you want to save money and plan on playing the same irons for a long time get 6.
Yeah, the mizuno DNA just told me I need the DG X soft stepped or PX 6. Hit them vs the 5. I went from DGS on an old set to PX6.
I was fitted as well and the guy said I loaded the shaft at a "12" on his device don't remember the name but 12 was the highest.
He recommended the 6. The ball dispersion is much much better but I can still hoist the ball up there with a nice flat penetrating flight handsy swing.
I was around on my 6i swing inside the fitting facility. Bye Bye DG! The only other weird thing is that there was an up charge for the 6.
I'm guessing all manufacturers do that but not quite sure why Go with 6. You will get stronger as you get older provided you also hit the gym as well.
At 90 mph with 6 iron, you definately have the ss for PX 6. I have a tendency of over swinging, breaking parallel. It would probably be more helpful if I knew my 7 or 6 iron club head speed but I don't have that information.
Looking to shorter and slow my swing down with a nicer tempo. I've played rifle 6. September 26, at PM 6. Cath D. Carlsbad, CA.
September 27, at PM We sat down with our shaft engineer and guru Don and here's what he had to say. There are many more sub flexes with Project X, so the standard flex designations for irons has not been as clear.
When we chose 5. We expected it to be played by the better amateur so we tested both 5.