flexible shaft speed

  • Shaft Flex and Shaft Torque - Golf Information

    Definition of Shaft Flex. Shaft flex has a very pronounced effect on the power and accuracy of a driver. The flex of a shaft allows it to store energy from a player's downswing, and release it as the head makes contact for increased club speed at impact. This "whip" action imparts greater impulse on the ball for maximum distance, which is ...

  • Front Page - True Temper

    The leading manufacturer of golf shafts in the world, True Temper is consistently the number one golf shaft on all professional tours globally. With manufacturing facilities located throughout the country and offices around the world, we continue to solidify our position as the dominant global market share leader in golf shafts.

  • Flex Shaft Speed Controls | FOREDOM

    You need a speed control to operate a Foredom flexible shaft machine. A speed control allows you to adjust the speed from low to full. Most people use a control that is separate from a motor, but we also have motors with built-in, dial speed controls: M.SRM, M.TXM, and M.LXM.

  • Flexible Shafts | McMaster-Carr

    Flexible for weaving around obstructions, these ready-to-use cables operate valves, throttle controls, and HVAC damper controls from a distance. Turn-Lock Push/Pull Control Cables Pull and turn the knob to lock, so it's secure in applications where severe vibration is a concern.

  • How to Select the Right Shaft Flex for a Golf Club | Golfweek

    Selecting the right flex for your golf club shafts is key to getting the most out of your clubs. Shafts come in five flex categories: extra stiff (X), stiff (S), regular (R), senior (A) and ladies (L). Generally, the faster your swing the speed, the stiffer the shaft you will need.