Hello, I have been playing an epic 8.5* with the Aldila Phenom RIP 63 gram stiff shaft. It worked well, but one of the carbon panels has worked loose. I am looking at your ISO-T driver. The lowest loft is 9.5*. My swing speed is usually low 100’s occasional I will get to 107mph. Should I go up to an x-stiff shaft to compensate for the 1 degree difference? I was looking at your packs, I was thinking about the UST black V2 shaft. I know it is difficult without seeing the swing or numbers, but what is your recommendation?
Also, do you have quite a few of these drivers in your shop with different shafts to try? I live quite a ways away, but it might be worth the trip.
Thanks for the interest. The ISO-T is really good. Interestingly enough, I have played an 8 degree (our CT250) for almost 10 years mainly because that is the last time we made an 8 degree. Not many of us left that like to play that low a loft. I shafted up the ISO-T 9.5 with a TS flex (my swing speed is 105-110 on a warm day) and I must say the ball flight is great. I do not hit it too high and the spin rates are low. In my CT250 I used an S flex, so the TS is slightly stiffer. The V2 Black is a fine shaft and is listed as a mid trajectory. You might look to a low/mid or even a low trajectory shaft if your concerned about the additional loft creating more trajectory. My experience is the 9.5 degree with the cg location where it is and the TS flex (basically and X flex) does not hit it higher, for me.