What exactly does "wedge flex" mean?
Wedge flex generally means something stiffer than regular but not quite as stiff as a stiff shaft. The wedge flex shaft is put in a wedge because it is usually a little heavier than a standard iron flex shot. The heavier shafts help players get the feel and spin they need to hit the proper wedge shots.
How to attach a Dremel flex shaft?
Unscrew the nose cap from the end of the Dremel by twisting it to the left.Press and hold the collet lock button.Keep the collet lock button depressed and twist the collet nut to the left to remove it.Insert the drive nut in place of the collet.Tip.
Does shaft flex really make a difference?
Shaft flex is irrelevant because one manufacturer’s stiff could be the same weight/frequency as another manufacturer’s regular. Some shafts can be light and stiff, while others can be heavy and whippy. What’s most important is the results. I was fit for my driver in June and went from R to S.
Is a flex shaft a regular shaft?
Regular flex shafts are designed for golfers who swing 90 to 100 mph and carry a driver about 200 to 240 yards. Select a shaft that matches your swing speed. A shaft that is too stiff will feel rigid to you on impact and will limit your distance.