Any shaft with the parameters you need could work. Higher launching shafts with lower torsional stiffness are not that common, but there are some options. The Aldila NXT Gen NVS in the 65 gram options are mid/high launch profile shafts with 3.6 degrees of torque, which is reasonably low for a higher launching shaft. They are also priced well at $59.99. The UST GOLD 65 shafts are a mid/high trajectory shaft and have 3.9 degrees of torque and are only $29.99. That shaft has been around for years. I don’t think they would design that shaft today with that low of torque at that price point. Really don’t know how they are doing it now, to be honest. Still, might be an option. If you want a 50 gram option, the UST MP5 Woods are considered high trajectory shafts and only have a 3.7 degree torque. At $49.99, they are a great value for a sub 60 gram shaft. Staying with UST, you might look at the ProForce V2 55 or 65 HL. They have 4.2-4.5 degrees of torque and are considered high trajectory shafts. One final option to consider would be the Aldila Tour Blue NXT GEN MLT 65 which is a Mid trajectory shaft with 3.2-4.2 degrees of torque in the R and S flexes respectively. It is $79.99 and probably not going to give you as high a trajectory profile as the others, but is a really good shaft we have a lot of success with. The torsional values give you an indication of of how much torsional stiffness there is. The lower the number the less torsional stiffness there is. The differences in a 3 degree torque and and 4.5 degree of torque may seem like a lot, but it really isn’t. Also, these are raw shaft torque values. They go down once trimmed and/or installed. Many of the newer, more expensive shafts we offer that are mid/high or high trajectory carry much higher torque ratings than the ones listed. 5.0 degrees or higher is common. Just tried to stay at reasonable price points on these options focusing on your desire for less “twisting” and higher launch angles.
Hope this helps.