Graphite Design Tour AD BB 6 Graphite Wood Shaft

Graphite Design Tour AD BB 6 Graphite Wood Shaft


6 SR Flex - 46", .335" tip (63.5gm) 3.5B1M -
$380.00
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6 S Flex - 46", .335" tip (65gm) 4B1M -
$380.00
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6 X Flex - 46", .335" tip (66.5gm) 5B1M -
$380.00
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Graphite Design Tour AD BB 6 Graphite Wood Shaft

The Tour AD BB “Blue Bullet” design features an increased stiffness from the tip-to-middle section to provide the player with more stability. The end result is a tighter shot pattern and an increase in ball speed. Tour AD BB was designed with the appropriate amount of flex in the butt section allowing players the ability to load the shaft properly thus creating a sense of power.

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Graphite Design Tour AD Shaft Specifications

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I am looking for a shaft to install in the M1 driver. My driver swing speed is 104-107 m/h. I hit my 7 iron 165 and the carry distance for my driver around 250 to 275. Would the Tour AD BB6x shaft work for me? Or should I go for Tour AD BB7s? Thanks

Asked by: BB driver
If you have a smooth tempo the BB6 will probably work fine. If your tempo is a little quicker and you need a little more control the BB7 being heavier can help with that. Your swingspeed is right at the top end of an S flex and the BB6X could give you a little more control but if your tempo is quick shaft weight generally helps to control tempo better then shaft flex. With the S flex there is also the option of tip trimming to make it play between and S and X flex, which also might be an option.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-08

The titleist fitter  fitted me with this shaft for my driver.  At 63.5 gm he is also fitting me the same shaft for my fairway woods (3 and 5). As a general rule shouldn't the FW shafts be heavier? Hesitant to pull the trigger. Any advice?

Asked by: JoD
Having heavier shafts in fairway woods is more of a preference and the Titleist fitter must feel that the 63 gram shaft is better for you across the board. It would be worth while to ask him about his preference for you with the 63 gram shaft instead of a 70 gram weight shaft. I personally play mid 60 gram shafts in my driver and fairway woods and for me that is what I find works best for me.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-24
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