Mizuno Shaft Optimizer (club fitting)
Posted 08 February 2019 - 07:21 PM
Another thing to understand is that the optimizer is reading how the shaft bends, and how fast the head is moving at impact. That means the shaft selection is the most important thing to gather from the device. Ive never seen the mizuno optimizer recommend the head and grip, but its been a couple years so that must be a newer thing.
It is a nice device to have, and the KBS Tour is a very nice shaft.
Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:56 AM
The numbers are on a 1-9 scale, and higher numbers mean that each feature is more accentuated. In other words, for tempo, 1 would be a very slow tempo and 9 would be a very fast tempo. In terms of release, low numbers mean a later release (i.e. holding the angle longer) and higher numbers mean a quicker release (not holding the angle as long).
Tempo: How quickly you transition from the backswing to the downswing.
Shaft Toe Down: A measure of the bowing of the shaft in a downward direction during the downswing.
Shaft Kick Angle: The amount of shaft forward bending during the downswing motion.
Release Factor: How and when the clubhead and shaft are releasing during the downswing motion.
Your numbers are pretty middle of the road on the scale, and don't lend themselves to comparison with a "good swing" or "bad swing". They are just the characteristics of "your swing". The goal is to match that with the right shaft.
Cobra F9 14.5 - Atmos Blue Stiff
Callaway Epic Hybrid - Recoil 780 stiff (soon to be replaced by a Cobra)
Cobra King Utility - Recoil 780 Smacwrap F4
Cobra King Forged TEC Black - Recoil 95 F4 5-PW
Cobra King Black wedges 54/58 versatile grinds - Recoil 110 F4;
TM Spider Tour Red
Posted 09 February 2019 - 11:13 PM
Posted 10 February 2019 - 07:12 AM
5W Wilson Fybrid
4h, 5h Adams Idea Tech 2015
5-AW Snake Eyes Viper MS, graphite
58º Callaway MD2 Forged S grind
Putter TM Rossa Daytona 6
Posted 10 February 2019 - 08:06 AM
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