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Maintaining flex - Nippon shafts in MP-52s and Vokey wedges

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 08:54 AM

Currently play the 1050 stiffs in my irons and have been recommended to use the 1150s in my 56/60 and a 1050 in my 52* - but cautioned about a BBGM measurement between the MP-52 PW and the 52* Vokey.  Apparently a 1050 in the 52* may play softer than a stiff flex because of the BBGM in the Vokey compared to the BBGM in the MP-52.  Is this an instance where I should use the 8-iron shaft butt trimmed in the 52* or would an 1150 stiff be sufficient?  Thanks for any help.

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