Unsure of which shaft flex or model to choose?
It's important to have correct flex for your swing to get maximum length and control. In the table below you can see which flex suits you according to how far you hit (Carry) or by swing speed:
Under 75 mph
75 till 85 mph
85 till 95 mph
95 till 110 mph
Over 110 mph
Carry: Carry stands for the length of the balls trajectory . (excluding roll)
IRON 6 (Carry)
Under 60 mph
60 till 70 mph
70 till 80 mph
80 till 90 mph
Over 90 mph
TIP: Measure your length of strokes and swing speed on a Driving Range that has ProTracer. If you have a wrong idea of how far you hit, then you will be advised of wrong flex.
If you have a slice, the reason may be that the shaft is too stiff and if hook too soft
If you are unsure of which shaft model you should choose, we recommend choosing the Standard Model.
The weight of the shaft mainly affects the swing speed. If you want to increase the swing speed and hit longer strokes, you should choose a lighter shaft. If you want more control of the strokes, choose a slightly heavier shaft.
The right trajectory on the shaft gives you better opportunity to achieve the desired track. But the loft of the club has a more significant impact. Low trajectory usually gives less spin and high gives more spin.
Spin is connected to the shaft's trajectory: The higher trajectory the shaft has, the higher the spin.
Torque is a measure in degrees of how the resilient shaft is against lateral force. The higher the degrees, the more the shaft turns and the softer it feels. Torque is set in relation to the other characteristics of the shaft.
The kick point (Kickpoint, Bend Point, Flexpoint) is the point where the shaft bends the most. Kick point is connected to trajectory; Low kick points give a higher trajectory and vice versa.
General shaft tips
You can also get help to find correct shaft from the producers shaft guides:
Producers shaft guides