Last month I tried to preorder some of the ISO-T club paks and due to the Pro Series shafts being backordered had cancelled and figured I would wait the two weeks that was quoted to me. I again put in an order as I had scheduled three fitting8 next week. Not only are the stock shafts still not available but now the 10.5 heads are back ordered. Its beyond frustrating to have to call customers and say product isnt available after such a build up and an important product release. I’m trying to get back into fitting in a big way and it’s not helping. Trying to build a customer base and credibility in this day and age of instant feedback postings is brutal. Trying my best to not look like an idiot.
I’m sure you struggle for space at the forging plant and the same goes for shaft scheduling… but this hurts.
Unfortunately I cancelled $650 worth of supplies today.. with at least a months wait for a 10.5 head. Its the height of the season with zero product…..
I have some numbers measured with the GSA PRO app but it does not record launch angle and spin rate……never the less interesting. Yesterday I made 5 swings each with the ISO-T , 2016 TM M2(my current gamer) both with Fujikura pro 60 stiff, and my old gamer the CT-250 with a graffaloy platinum 75 stiff. CT -250 average swing speed 94, average carry 222.4. TM M2 average swing speed 97.75 average carry 235.25. ISO-T average swing speed 99.2 average carry 238.2 . Of the 3 the launch of the CT-250 was the highest followed by the M2 and the ISO -T the lowest. So for me it is different than Fit to You in that for me the ISO-T launces low. It would be interesting to see the numbers on a real launch monitor. Of the 3, I hit the M2 the straightest and the CT-250 a little left while the ISO-T for me definitely had a fade bias. Of the 3 heads the CT-250 sound and feel was by far better , followed by the M2 with the ISO-T sound and feel the least pleasing(it was definitely firm) Swing speed numbers were predictable in that the graffaloy is a heavier shaft. All 3 drivers are set up at44-1/2 inches D2 swing weight. If I can get on a real launch monitor I will report those numbers. Regardless I will be keeping and continuing to tinker with the ISO-T . Thanks for all you do and for this forum !