The Score shafts tend to play slightly stiffer than advertised.  If anything...you will want to tip them less than you would say a DG.  Call it a half.

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Shaft length and lie angle are inseparable.  For a given lie angle; there is, for each golfer, an optimal shaft length.  The one tried and true method is to hit golf balls and, honestly, assess the quality...

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Could be a Rifle 5.0 with a parallel tip section.  Rifles were butt trim only regardless of the tip.  5.0 was on the soft end of the scale; although some models were offered in a 4.5.  It would be best...

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TNGolfer8.  It's not that bad.  The people who think I'm playing clones simply don't know.  They've never heard of Maltby, or any other such supplier, and simply assume that "if they've never heard...

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People sometimes look at my clubs (TE forged) and ask why I don't use "real" golf clubs.  Then I take their money.  For some reason...the lesson doesn't take.  Maltby clubs are as good as you can buy;...

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In that case the most sure-fire method is to pull the head.  Although there is a chance that you might find a still legible shaft code, on the butt end of the shaft, underneath the grip and tape.  A...

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Get yourself a 3/8 inch drill bit.  A 3/8 drill bit is .375.  If it fits down the hosel; the hosel will accept a .370 tip.  If not, you are looking at a tapered bore.

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You have to trim the tip, on a parallel shaft, to account for the weight of the club head as well as the overall length of the club.  If the shaft, in question, is raw length you can reference the manufacturer's...

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A bit of bad news here...I checked the forum at the hickory golfer site.  One of the questions was "can I use your shafts with modern club heads?"  The answer was no...that the shaft tip could not be...

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It looks to me that the shafts available from the supplier I mentioned would require modification (i.e. sanding significantly)  in order to fit them with a modern head.  I will try to find out more information.

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