Edited by KSP, 16 April 2018 - 12:11 PM.
Anybody know anything about Ping TFC100 shaft from a few years back?
Posted 16 April 2018 - 12:32 PM
Dispersion is not about age (at least not for anything less then 20 years old) - or even whether they are graphite vs steel. It's not even a characteristic of the shaft at all. It's ALL about how well the weight and the stiffness profile fit your swing and your personal preferences.
EDIT: If they feel too light or too soft - they probably are and dispersion can suffer because of it. Although keep in mind that Ping's generally swing weight lighter then most other OEM irons - and that can also be a source for the club feeling too light.
Edited by Stuart G., 16 April 2018 - 12:35 PM.
Posted 19 April 2018 - 10:43 AM
The Blue and VS were a big step forward !!
I had stock graphites, a 350 shaft, in Ping i 3 oversize in around 1999/2000 after some upper back issues....
With my then slow swing speed i wasn't over working the shafts.
Fast forward 10 years, more healthy, back repaired, i'm over powering NS Pro 950's in...Titleist 681's !!!
Ping i15 11 degrees Ping G30 LS at 10 and an Original G5 PLBlue 10.5 ..again!!
Callaway X Hot 5 wood at 19 Tour Blue 60R
TEE XCG6 4 wood 16.5
Mizuno MP37 4 to PW (47) now with DGS200 BUT DG R300 spare set ready!!
Vokey 54/10 S SM6 Vokey 60/11 K SM5 now raw
Titleist Scotty Mid Slant Pro Platinum at 35.
Sorted in Driver/Putter/Wedge/Irons dept !!
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