Is Project X LZ stiffer than Project X?

Is Project X LZ stiffer than Project X?

A firmer butt and tip section retain some of the stiffness of the Project X standard but the LZ provides an overall crisp and active. The backswing retains the stable and firm feel of the standard version.

Are Project X shafts any good?

Having tried these iron shafts many times over the years — in different iron builds as well — I can safely say the Project X shaft is one of the best in the game. Boasting a sturdy, stout build geared toward stronger players who want a flat, penetrating ball flight, the Project X irons shafts deliver on all promises.

Is Project X PXi steel or graphite?

The set is made up of chrome stepless shafts with a new graphic that adds a more flare than the typical basic Project X shaft label. When looking at the label side of the shaft, it almost gives the impression that it may be a graphite shaft even though it’s still a steel shaft.

What are Project X PXi shafts?

The Project X PXi irons shaft incorporates the hallmarks of the Project X brand—tour-caliber spin control and tip stability—in a lightweight golf shaft. Project X PXi’s lighter weight produces greater distance and improved feel through an optimized butt to tip stiffness calibration.

What does 5.5 shaft flex mean?

Regular – 5.0. Regular Plus – 5.5. Stiff – 6.0. Extra Stiff – 6.5. Extra Stiff Plus – 7.0.

Are stepless shafts better?

“With step shafts, you’re able to isolate durability, flex and kick point much easier,” Loegering said. “So you can create a very stiff tip with a soft handle — or do the opposite. “Stepless is a one-piece shaft,” he said.

What weight are Dynamic Gold S300 shafts?

130 grams
Because the weight can differ slightly during production — and because Dynamic Gold is a weight-sorted product — the standard stiff flex is broken out into three sub-flexes: S200 (127 grams), S300 (130 grams) and S400 (134 grams).

What does shaft flex 5.0 mean?

What happens if golf shaft is too stiff?

If your golf shaft is too stiff and your swing speed is too slow, your well-struck shot will be limited on both carry distance and shot trajectory; a too-stiff golf shaft will most often lead to weak fades or slices.

Why do golf shafts have ridges?

Those ridges are called “steps,” and they play an important role in how the shaft performs during the swing. “With step shafts, you’re able to isolate durability, flex and kick point much easier,” Loegering said.

Are Apollo golf shafts any good?

Apollo was the very first steel shaft manufacturer to also offer its own graphite shafts, and they’ve come a long way since. The quality and value of both their steel and graphite shafts is recognized by clubmakers and players around the globe.

What is difference between R300 and S300?

The only difference between the two is the weight, and with the retail tolerances,. some R300 and S300 will be almost identical. The shafts are not frequency tested for flex.

When will the True Temper XP series be available in 2014?

For players looking to gain or maintain club head speed and distance, transitioning to the XP series is a snap because of how well-balanced they are. The True Temper XP 95 and XP 105 will be available to consumers in February 2014. Both the XP 95 and XP 105 will be available in Regular (R300) and Stiff (S300).

What is the difference between the Project X and the PXI?

Loss of weight typically means loss of stiffness. As you can see, the average stiffness profile of the PXi is softer than the average stiffness of the Project X. Once again, we see stiffness numbers on a shaft that do not indicate an absolute reference. Do not take that comment as a criticism of True Temper.

What kind of finish does Project X have?

Available in chrome and blackout finish. Project X LS (Low Spin) is the next evolution of the original Project X. It features an ultra-stable and stiff design that minimizes spin while providing a tight feel to keep up with even the strongest swingers on Tour.

How does the Lamborghini Project X PXI work?

The light weight Lamborghini accelerates quicker, there is less weight to get moving. It corners quicker because it has less centrifugal force acting on it. The Project X PXi is a lighter faster Project X. The 6.0 model lost 12 grams of weight and 2 pounds of butt stiffness. Does it work? Ask Jason Dufner and Ian Poulter, they are both using it.