Sorry for the delay. I have been out of the office. Another one that might take a while to answer. I will need to take the time to dig through data. I will see if Jim can help get the information you’re asking about. What is really required to tell you is to build out the sets and check frequency for the entire set, for each flex. Simply don’t have the time to do that. I can tell you that in looking at the “averages” of all the zone frequency data we have, the Score is right on the averages for the R flexes and S flexes, when trimmed accordingly for a #6 iron. So, based on that I would think the Score profile should reside in the middle of the R Flex range on the chart. The frequency chart profile will not tell you about the tip stiffness with regards to the Score. It is slightly softer in the tip section than the averages when comparing the raw shaft zone numbers.
The G-Tech Irons raw frequency zone numbers are very slightly stiffer than the average, except in the tip and it is very slightly more flexible. Again, to know how the entire set would progress would require building entire sets to standard lengths with the proper trimming and with all correct head weights and weight progressions, etc. Experience tells us that when the raw shafts are in are on the average line, the finished set will be very close to the average line.
The G-Tech woods are right on the average in the butt section, but are weaker than average in the mid-section and tip section when comparing the raw shaft profiles to all the shafts in our database.
Apologies if this is not what your looking for, but that’s all I got at the moment.