Jeff Summitt on December 27th, 2011

To a certain degree, 2011 seemed like it was déjà vu all over again compared to 2010.  Many of the same stories and trends repeated themselves. Disaster The biggest image of 2011 had to be the devastating earthquakes and the tsunami in Japan. While those in the gulf are recovering from the oil spill from […]

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Jeff Summitt on December 19th, 2011

With Christmas just around the corner, it got me thinking back to my childhood. Magically on Christmas Day my sister and I would awake at the crack of dawn and run to the living room to ogle at all the presents that Santa had left under the tree.  We knew it had to be Santa […]

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Jeff Summitt on December 13th, 2011

Last week’s Blog posting showed you all the multitude of new flex designations that you now see listed in catalogs and on the shafts themselves.  In this week’s article, I am going to show you just the opposite situation or when you don’t see any flex designation at all.  Plus I will attempt to give […]

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Jeff Summitt on December 5th, 2011

Shaftology 101 states there are 5 basic shaft flexes (L, A, R, S and X).  For those new to golf, here is what the letters stand for in the order from the most flexible to the stiffest. The L stands for ladies, A for amateur or senior flex today, R is regular, S is stiff […]

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