I have a Cleveland 5 Wood 18 Degree which I love. It's a Miyazaki C.KUA - 39A 350Tip International Flex Code 3101. Can I put this shaft on a Cleveland 10 degree Driver and get similar response?
Asked by: Kozican2
If you like the performance of the shaft in a 3 wood, there is no reason to assume you would not like it in a driver. Obviously the driver is a different club, with a differnt playing length and head weight, but when a player likes a particular shaft in a #3 wood we would recomend trying it in a driver if they were looking for similar performance and feel.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-09
i would like the shaft in a 59 regular flex. ?does is come like this? ?I have 2 clubs in a 59. ?one is a 59 R and the other is 59X. ?The 59X ?i would like to replace with the 59 Regular 370 tip. ?
Asked by: geno
There was a 59 gram version of this shaft and I show that we have 1 S flex left in stock but the R flexes are gone and the Miyazaki line of shafts has been discontinued. Miytazaki shafts are no longer being manufactured.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-02-24
what isflex 7511
Asked by: touser
This is a code that Miyazaki uses to identify the shaft stiffness in 4 zones of the shaft from the butt end to the tip end. You can see it explained at this link on their web site.
They use a scale from 0 to 9 with 9 being the stiffest. 7 is the butt stiffness reading, 5 is the mid butt stiffness reading and the first one is the mid tip stiffness reading and the last 1 is the tip stiffness reading on this scale.