More detail would help on exactly what Nicklaus driver you have, but I am confident the tip diameter you need for the Driver is .335".  As far as a model of shaft, whatever fits your game.  Any .335"...

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We had to discontinue the ProLite 35 because Grafalloy / True Temper did not want to make it for us anymore.  It was exclusive to us and the quantities sold had decreased over the last few years.  It...

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The MOI is a little lower and that is due to the overall size (it is a little shorter toe to heel than other mallets we have done) and the weight is a little more forward.  Designed to be a "players'...

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The lightest SW heads we have are in the TSW line or the MG Series.  The 56 degree option in both are 298 grams.  Probably not light enough to get you the same swing weight of a PW if the PW has a standard...

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It should not matter, but I agree with sparky14.  Just bring the clubs in for a while and let them come to room temperature, then start the process.  I have never tried to remove an iron in a -10 C garage,...

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Generally speaking, more weight to the rear, increasing the loft, more flexible overall shaft profile or softer shaft tip could increase spin.  I say "could" because I have seen some or all of these types...

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Can't really give you a technical reason because the playability factors are basically the same.  12 point difference is not noticeable.  Other than the fact that you deserve a new set of clubs after...

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First, Nippon has not increased the price of the shafts we carry by $10.00.  KBS has had a substantial increase, but not Nippon.  As far as the trajectory goes, the loft is what drives it primarily,...

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I would not agree, nor would our other resident expert Jim (both of us have been around long enough to remember, and we both played the Apex shafts for a time back in the day).  We would tell you they...

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True Temper tells me this was a parallel tip blank they made for Callaway a few years ago.  Normal .5" tip trimming increments, starting at the #2 iron. Britt Lindsey

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