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Project X LZ 5.5 really regular flex?

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I’ve heard and read so many different explanations about Project X flexes and what they equate to. So, in a Project X LZ steel shaft, is 5.5 regular flex or stiff flex? There is also a 5.0 flex, so I’m not sure if that’s regular. I believe they may have a “in-between” flex, so that might be 5.5? Anyway, maybe someone can enlighten me. Thanks

 

 

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5.5 is a  R+ or a slightly stiffer regular.

 

 

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Here, from the PX website: it's a R+

 

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But they call it r+ like the px but I feel the taper tipped ones play stiff not r+

 

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I used to play S from KBS and TT and just switched to PX 5.5
I feel it's closer to S than R+

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4.5 is the equivalent of most other people’s R.


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I used to play S from KBS and TT and just switched to PX 5.5
I feel it's closer to S than R+
This is correct imo as well

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This is correct imo as well

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Absolutely -


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Absolutely -


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I play stiff in everything but 5.5 for me was just like the modus 105 stiff for me, I tried the 6.0 as well to confirm the flex was more like stiff plus but I love my lz5.5

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Thanks.  My 7 iron SS is usually 73-75 mph, so I'm thinking I would be better with the LZ 5.0.

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