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Project X Driver Shafts


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#1 nsxguy

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 10:05 PM

So I've got a Hzrdus Black in my Callaway Fusion driver for about 18 months now and it's reallllllly good.

But the never ending search for "perfect" has me looking at other shafts and, given my Hzrdus is a Project X shaft,,,,,,,,,,,,,

I've always spun the ball too much even after I made quite a radical adjustment to the swing. I'm spinning it around 24-2500 right now but I'd like to get it down to 21-2200.

So I'm looking at the site and there are 5 other shafts, in addition to my "Black", that are described as "low-low" (launch & spin).

I have a smooth to aggressive tempo (I change it around sometimes actually).

I doubt I can demo them all so I guess I'd be picking one and buying the shaft and trying it out - Can anybody give a rundown on the difference between them ? Thanks.

https://www.pxshaft.com/

T1100
Evenflow White
Evenflow Black
Hzrdus Smoke
Hzrdus Yellow
Hzrdus Black

Edited by nsxguy, 11 January 2019 - 10:06 PM.

Callaway Fusion 9* Project X Handcrafted Hzrdus Black "60" 6.0
Adams A12 Pro hybrids, 16*, 20*, 23*, Aldila VS Proto Stiff

Titleist 816 AP-1 5-PW, DGS300
Cleveland RTX-3 50*, 56*, 64*

Ping Sigma 2 Tyne
Titleist AVX

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#2 greenwavegolfer

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 11:29 PM

If you've already got a pretty tip-stiff shaft (low-low designation) I'm not sure what moving to a different one is really going to do for you. If the HZRDUS Black feels good to you and you're hitting well with it I wouldn't change it trying to drop a few hundred spin by doing so. What head are you using and what ball do you normally play? Those are generally better ways to affect driver spin than changing a shaft, especially if you're already playing something pretty stout. If you're not playing a lower spinning head I'd consider trying that, or potentially dropping down a degree or two in static loft (assuming that won't drop your launch too low).

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 11:33 PM

I see you are playing a callaway fusion head. Thats a high spin head. I would take a look at the epic/rogue line if you want to stick with callaway.

Or the Ping line if you want something close to the fusion
-----Current Gamers-----

Callaway Epic Sub Zero 9............................PX HZRDUS T1100 65 6.5
Callaway X Hot 3 Deep 14.5........................Fuji Motre Speeder TS 8.2 X
Taylormade M1 2017 19h.............................TT DG AMT TI X100
Mizuno MP-18 FliHi MMC 4,5.......................TT DG AMT TI X100 +3/4
Mizuno MP-25 6-9........................................TT DG AMT TI X100 +3/4
Vokey SM6 46, 52, 58M...............................TT DG AMT TI X100 +3/4
Vokey SM6 61M...........................................TT DG TI S400 +3/4
Scotty Cameron 5.5M...................................Grip Master

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 11:37 PM

My current driver is 2017 m2 with hzrdus black 6.0, and I had much better numbers with a g400 max with xstiff kk shaft.. going to wait on price drop and give it a go

So as above said, it might be a change in driver head you need

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