What kick point do I need in my driver shaft?

What kick point do I need in my driver shaft?

Mid kick point: a shaft with a mid kick point will seem to flex right about at the midpoint. Unless your specific skill set as a player will require you to pursue a golf shaft with a high kick point to keep your shots low or a low kick point for extra distance, a mid-kick point should serve you well.

What is the best shaft for 85 mph swing speed?


Extra Stiff (XS) Swing Speed Over 110 mph
Stiff (S) Swing Speed 95 – 110 mph
Regular (R) Swing Speed 85 – 95 mph
Senior (S) Swing Speed 75 – 85 mph
Amateur (A) Swing Speed 75-60 mph

What kick point should I use golf?

Unless you think you have a significant problem with a ball flight that is too low or too high, the mid-kick point golf club will be the best choice. The mid-kick point drivers are easiest to find in the game improvement category of golf clubs.

What shaft should I use with 80 mph swing speed?

A swing speed of 80 mph requires a more flexible shaft to increase clubhead speed. Golfers with swing speeds of 75 to 90 mph should choose an A-flex shaft. A shaft with a lower kick-point, or the point in the shaft that experiences the most bending, will help you get the ball up in the air with slower clubhead speeds.

What shaft should I use with a 90 mph swing speed?

Steel or Graphite Golfers with a swing speed of 90 miles per hour looking for added stability and a lower trajectory will play a heavier steel shaft. If a golfer wants to launch the ball higher and feel added whip in the shaft, graphite usually is the best option.

Is 80 mph swing speed good?

If you’re between 84 and 96 mph, regular is going to be best for you. Senior – Slower swingers fall into this category. Between 72 and 83 mph signifies you need to be hitting senior flex.

What does a high kick point shaft do?

In general, shafts with a lower kickpoint will launch higher and promote a higher ball flight, while those with a higher kickpoint will produce a lower launch angle for a penetrating flight.

How far should a driver go with 90 mph swing speed?

A recent test by TrackMan, whose launch monitor is used on the PGA Tour, found that a swing speed of 90 miles per hour can gain about 30 yards by just swinging up on the ball. Our study indicates those yards are easily within reach of average golfers.

What is a high kick point shaft?

High kickpoint: The kickpoint area is on the high end of the shaft, toward the grip end. (“This club comes with a high-kick shaft.”) Middle kickpoint: The kickpoint area is near the middle of the shaft’s length. (“This is a mid-kick shaft.”)

What does a low kick point shaft do?

If the shaft is listed as a low kick point then it means that the kickpoint is located on the lower part of the shaft toward the club head. A low kick point will produce a higher launch angle. On the opposite end of the shaft toward the grip end is where the kickpoint would be for a shaft with a high kickpoint.

Is 85 a good swing speed?

Key criteria for the best golf balls at average swing speeds Anything between 55 and 70 will be a good choice for your swing speed. 85-95 mph swing speed is fast enough to put a decent move on the ball so medium compression golf balls are an excellent choice.

Is 85 mph swing speed good?

With a swing speed of 85 mph, you are considered to have moderate swing speed. Eighty-five mph of speed should give you a drive in the 200-240 yard range. Most likely, a regular shaft will fit you perfectly, but several players will do quite well with a senior shaft.