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If my steel shafts are 1.5″ longer than normal, should they be 2.5″ longer if I use graphite shafts?

Shaft length should be a function of your wrist to floor measurement.  If your current shafts are 1.5 inches longer than standard (there is not really a true standard), then you must be rather tall or...

July 2, 2021 5
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KE4-S vs KE4 Tour vs STi2 for high handicapper

I would also suggest the STi2 over the KE4-s and remove the Tour from your consideration set.  I also recommend you look at a set of KE4-MP-1 if you want to make the game easier and your score lower: ...

March 22, 2021 5
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Need a head comparison between STi2 & TS-2

I am a mid-handicapper and have a set of TS-2 with KBS C-taper Lite shafts.  They are terrific heads, as good as any OEM.  If you can afford them, I would encourage you to get them.  If you do not want...

February 20, 2021 5
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How best to add weight to iron heads?

Lead tape can be perceived as quite ugly by some, including myself, but it is certainly the easiest to get right in terms of swing weight. Tip weights would be the next choice.  Third choice would be...

February 20, 2021 5
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Snake eyes 600 XC

Yup, .370, as I used to own some.  They were decent irons in their day.  At this point I would say step up to some TS-2 heads.

February 20, 2021 5
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Switching shafts to graphite from steel.

Be mindful of the swingweight change you will likely encounter if you are going to a much lighter shaft.  In most cases when going from steel to graphite you will need to add some weight at the tip, go...

February 20, 2021 5
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TS-2 general feel of club head

I have played many cast and forged clubs over 20 years.  My set of TS-2s have as good a feel as any clubs I have hit.  Pure shots feel fantastic, and off center shots do not provide the nasty feedback...

February 20, 2021 5
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Steel to Graphite

A flex?  If your driver speed is 91 mph it is likely you would not want to play an A flex.  If your driver shaft is marked SR that means it is between a stiif and regular, or R+ as some might call it.

February 20, 2021 5