Shaft Tipping

Golf Club Specs: Shaft Tipping

Golf Club Specs: Shaft Tipping

This is the removal of any particular length from the tip-end of a shaft. Tipping has the effect of making the shaft play stiffer — generally a third to a half flex for every 1/2 inch removed. Tipping can only be accomplished with parallel or unitized or tapered shafts.

These are the shaft tips, near the hosel -- where the ferrule and shaft connect -- and clubhead, where sections of shafts are removed or greater stiffness.

These are the shaft tips, near the hosel — where the ferrule and shaft connect — and clubhead, where sections of shafts are removed or greater stiffness.

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