S2S Black & White Hybrid Shafts

 

S2S Black Hybrid Graphite Shafts

TWGT’s 0.335″ Tip Tour Weight Hybrid Shaft for Golfers with Better Swing Characteristics

Features:

  • Please scroll down to read comments about the S2S Black and White hybrid shafts.
  • TWGT pioneered the use of a smaller, 0.335″ tip construction to create hybrid shafts which offer as much as +4° higher launch angle over conventional 0.370″ hybrid shafts.
  • S2S Black is a heavier weight (95-100g) hybrid shaft for players who prefer the weight of steel in their conventional irons.
  • S2S Black hybrid design is created for golfers with an average to stronger Transition, average to faster Tempo, and a later to very late Release.
  • S2S Black hybrid shafts are available in R and S flexes for all hybrid heads with a 0.335″ bore.

S2S White Hybrid Lite Graphite Shafts

TWGT’s 0.335″ Tip Light Weight Hybrid Shaft for Golfers with Average to Slightly Above Average Swing Characteristics

Features:

  • TWGT pioneered the use of a smaller, 0.335″ tip construction to create hybrid shafts which offer as much as +4° higher launch angle over conventional 0.370″ hybrid shafts.
  • S2S White is a lighter weight (70-75 g) hybrid shaft for players who have been playing graphite shafts in their irons or who prefer a lighter total weight feel.
  • S2S White hybrid design is created for golfers with an average to smoother than average Transition, average to smoother Tempo, and an early to midway Release.
  • S2S White hybrid shafts are available in AA(L), A, R and S flexes for all hybrid heads with a 0.335″ bore.

S2S Shaft Trim Charts

 

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Ratings and Reviews

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Rating: 3.9/5 (27 votes cast)

 

S2S Black & White Hybrid Shafts, 3.9 out of 5 based on 27 ratings

2 Comments

  1. I have a question regarding the coiled shim. How does this fit into .370 hybrid heads? And how does this affect or change the flight of the ball? Or is this a seamless transition that won’t have any affect? I have read how the different sizes can hinder results. Any help as always will be appreciated. I am still improving and averaging under 100 now

    • ERIC
      There are two ways clubmakers install the coiled shim to be able to install a 0.335 shaft into a 0.370 bore. Some like to install the shim in the hosel first, then install the shaft into the hosel with the shim in place with a slow rotating motion on the shaft as it is inserted. Others like to put the shim on the shaft first, then install the shaft with the shim in the hosel also with a rotating motion. Takes a little practice either way. Absolutely no effect whatsoever on performance or ball flight because all you are doing it taking up the space in the hosel between the 0.370 bore and the 0.335 shaft – and the weight of the shim is so light it has no effect on swingweight or headweight feel in the club.

      TOM

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