Could use clarification since my mind seems to work backwards.
I used the DBM heads to build a test set of clubs using G-Tech graphite shafts.
What I am having trouble understanding is why do we trim the wedges (lower irons) more than the higher irons?
Since we pick shaft stiffness mainly based on swing speed I would think the higher irons should be stiffer since they are longer and I generally swing them harder than wedges.
Example: The trimming for R/S G tech shaft to make stiff is to trim 4.5″ for 9-W then as you move up a club trim 1/2″ less so 4 iron you would trim 2.0″.
For test set I trimmed them all 4″ and then trimmed the butt end to final length. So in theory since wedge is shorter then it will automatically be stiffer than 4 iron when tip trimming same amount.