What does a stiffer tip on a driver shaft do?
What does a soft tip shaft do? Well a shaft that has a soft tip has a low bend point and this helps lift the ball in the air by adding dynamic loft. Players who hit the ball too high should look for a tip stiff shaft which does not add so much loft, which produces a lower and more penetrating trajectory.
Does cutting down a shaft make it stiffer? “Cutting more of the grip end will still stiffen the shaft a little bit, but only because in doing so you make the shaft shorter, and not nearly as much as when trimming more from the tip end.”
Does a longer shaft mean more torque? The reason for this relationship is that a golf shaft is both bending and twisting at the same time during a golf swing, which means that stiffer shafts will benefit from a lower torque.
- What does a stiffer tip on a driver shaft do? – Additional Questions
- What is considered a high torque shaft?
- Who needs a low torque shaft?
- Does shaft length affect torque?
- Is torque affected by length?
- Does torque increase with diameter?
- How do you calculate max torque on a shaft?
- Is torque constant along a shaft?
- What is Max permissible torque?
- What force does not cause any torque?
- Which force produces the greatest torque?
- What does torque depend on?