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Vessel Player 2.0 14-Way Stand Bag G410 LST 10.5º (45.25") | ACCRA TZ5 55 M4 (60g, tipped 1/2", D3) SIM 3W 15º (43") | ACCRA TZ5 75 M4 (78g, tipped 1 1/2", D3) MP-20 HMB 3i 19º (39.25") | Recoil Prototype Utility 110 F4 (105g, tipped 1/2", D3) AF-505 4-PW | Recoil 125 Prototype F5 (125g, 4-9 D3, PW D4) Tour 50º F, 54º N, 58º O | Recoil Wedge Prototype F4 (128g, D4, D5, D6) Edel E-4 (33.5") | Aware Tour Pro V1 Accessories: Bushnell Pro XE, Bushnell Phantom GPS, Golf Pride Tour Velvet/Tour Velvet 360 grips, Ping Tour and Sport Gloves, Dormie Workshop head covers, Cayce Golf caddy towel, GrooveIt club brush, Tin Box Partners scorecard holder, Seamus Golf and Titleist valuables pouches and custom Epoch S3 tees.
Selling a perfect set of 5-GW (7 total) Recoil F2 460 Series Iron Shafts .370 Parallel Tip professional pulled from a set of PXG 0311 irons. The F2 flex designation is Senior or "A" Flex. The grips are PXG branded Pure Pro grips and are almost brand new in condition. The 5 iron shaft measures 37.25" from grip cap to shaft tip. The Pure Grips have a grip cap that measures 1/4" so the graphite shaft will measure 37" without a grip. The 5 iron measured 38.25" when shafted. Each shaft decreases in length 1/2" (6 iron is 1/2" less than 5 iron shaft, etc). Specs from the UST website are listed below: Description Flex Weight Torque Launch Butt OD Tip OD Tip Parallel Length Recoil 460 F2 A 63g 5.2Â° High 0.596" 0.370" 5.5" 41" Description from the website: Finally, a revolutionary technology that will change how you think about iron shafts. UST Mamiya's new recoil iron shafts are a game changer. In the past, heavy weight graphite iron shafts felt dead and stiff. With UST Mamiya's exclusive recoilâ„¢ technology, we have brought feel back into the shaft, while allowing players to hit a wide range of shots that result in better distance control and pin seeking accuracy. By positioning over 19 different layers within the shaft, we were able to create a design that outperforms the best steel shafts in the market. I would be happy to provide pictures on request. SOLD
Ok so I consider myself relatively knowledgeable about equipment and in particular shafts. But sometimes I'm not sure what differentiates one shaft from another and by how much. My knowledge is mostly of low launch stuff. The goal right now is to find something to go into the Hogan PTx irons. The KBS tourV 120x just feel really soft to me and aren't working out. This is going to be kind of difficult because I want super low launch and spin from 6i/7i-pw and something a little higher launch in the 4i/5i and maybe 6i. The flighted sets all seem to be too soft from what I understand and have tried. Not many high swing speed players want flighted shafts and while I probably don't need them, these irons may or may not(depending how testing goes) be in the bag for a long time to come so its worth it to look. I understand the the DG AMT aren't flighted and are just weight sorted and get heavier through the set so that may be an option. DG Pro sort of peaked my interest as well. What about DG black gold? Is that just an older version of DG pro? I don't know as much about some of the more exotic shaft options but I know Nippon Super Peening Blue have been recommended to me in the past. About me: SS with the driver is 120ish and 6i is around 100. Transition is on the faster side but working on it. Previous shafts that I've used that have worked well in the past are: PX 6.5/7.0 DGx100/X7 KBS Ctaper130x Any input would be helpful. And yes i'm definitely a tinkerer, I know.