New and Improved Shaft Chart
Posted 24 December 2017 - 07:50 AM
What do people see in this chart? not a critique just looking to understand more about shafts.
Posted 24 December 2017 - 08:09 AM
FCM stands for (originally) Brunswick (later Royal Precision) Frequency Coefficient Matching scale. Think of it as a numerical alternative to the more traditional flex labels such as ladies, senior, regular, stiff, x-stiff (sometimes referred to as LARSX).
As many know, there is no standard for flex so people (mistakenly) try to use this rating as a more uniform way to measure and compare 'flex' across different companies and different shaft models (which is the point of the table). However, it's actually very poor way to do that since it's based on butt frequency - which is a very incomplete representation of the flex. As with any other butt frequency matching - it's ONLY really useful in the context of matching shafts of the exact same model in a set.
Posted 12 January 2018 - 01:29 AM
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