GRAPHITE WOOD & IRON SHAFTS
For the less skilled to average golfer, with a smooth to average transition/tempo with an early to midway release…
- S2S Green graphite shafts are available in both woods and irons, in both an A/L combination flex and a new R/S combination flex to now fit a wider range of golfers with smooth to average swing characteristics
- S2S Green golfer type – driver swing speeds from 50-70mph to 70-90mph, smoother to average transition force, slower to average tempo, early to midway release
- Combination flex design offers more versatility for custom trimming to achieve “in between” flex fitting requirements, and to keep inventory levels lower in the shop
- No flex letters are printed on the A/L shafts to allow “vanity” fitting for golfers who need a more flexible shaft but do not want others to know what flex they are using. Regular/Stiff is printed on the R/S combination flex S2S Green shafts
what color is the iron green shaft for a flex.
The Iron shafts are silver, and the Wood shafts are black – the flex band is green for all flexes with a text graphic designation.
Hello Tom, I am going to order EQ1-NX single length irons and hybrids to online site ‘singlelength.com’ because no your club fitter in my country. Please help me to set club length and choose shaft. My height is 5’9″ (exactly 177cm), wt is 60kg, wrist to floor measurement is 33.85″. It is more comfortable to swing with 9 than 8 iron, but not quite different. My driver head speed is 70 to 75mph and 9 or 8 iron head speed is 50 to 55mph. Transition, tempo, release, and strength is average. Your shaft fitting system recommend S2S Green Iron AA.… Read more »
Bongjin Before you order from the singlelength.com website, I would strongly urge you to consider working with clubmaker Roy Nix who can do custom fitting and custom clubmaking through his website as an online fitting. Roy has been very successful over the past few years with fitting golfers online and he has lots of happy golfers from his work. Roy is the founder of the AGCP (Association of Golf CLubfitting Professionals) which is the most professional and most distinguished organization of professional clubmakers in the world. So that means Roy is extremely well qualified and experienced, much better than anyone… Read more »
Our head clubmaker who does the assembly for every Wishon set that we sell, and is also the one who does fittings via phone for people who call in looking for help, has over 20 years of full-time fitting and club building experience. So while there is no doubt that Roy Nix is one of the best in the business, I just wanted to point out that we are also very capable of adequality servicing customers who are looking to buy Wishon clubs. 😁
Tom, is the S2S Green Wood shaft suitable for Hybrid use and what would be the tip trim for a 775HS 4 Hybrid? Also with the considerable butt trim required what would be the effect on the final balance point and swing weight? Any other considerations to be aware of? Thanks.
JOE I’ve never been a fan of using wood shafts for 0.335 bore hybrids because most wood shafts do not have a long enough parallel tip section to allow trimming enough off to make the flex in the hybrid not be too flexible. Now with the Green wood shafts, they are combination flex which means the tip parallel section is longer. But if you were to tip 2″ to get the stiffer of the two combo flexes to start with, then you’d not have enough parallel section left to do enough tip trim to make the flex be right. Some… Read more »
Tom, thanks. This is he exact information I need.
Hello Tom, i was on a fitting here in Germany for Wishon Golf and I´m very happy I did it. Your fitting concept is by far the best in the market. My Paramates at the Fitting where the following: Driver: 80mph Irons: 60 mph Downswing Transiston: 2 Downswing Tempo: 2 Wrist Cok: 1 Golfer Physical: 3 So I get recommended to the GREEN Shafts. I have two specific question: Do you think I should use a A oder R Felx GREEN Shaft for the IRONS? The 60 mph are direct in the middle from what I saw here. The online… Read more »
Sascha Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our methods of fitting golf clubs and for taking the time to find a clubmaker in Germany that fits using my methods. Please understand that it is not possible for me to know everything I would need to know to tell you if the Green A or R is better for you and your swing. That requires being able to see you swing and hit shots and to also be able to work with you to try the recommended shaft(s) to get your feedback as to what you think… Read more »
Thank you Tom for your answer. I know it is difficult when you not see me swining in person. Your anwser was pefect. I think this is what happens. The online fitting tools gives an indicator what is right and the specifics if it is a A or R it needs to be seen by the fitter. I trust my fitter 100%. He did a great job, I just want to understand it and you explained it great. I´m really interessted in all this fitting topics. At first I thought I need some Honma Beres clubs. Because they are handmade… Read more »
What is the weight of the S2S Green graphite shaft in regular for irons. Thanks.
The S2S Green R flex iron shaft weighs 70g in its raw uncut combination R and S flex version. When trimmed and installed it drops down to the low 60s in gram weight.
I’m thinking trying Wishon Sterling one length clubs with S2S Green carbon Reg Flex shafts – are these suitable for a 12 handicap? And what’s a good length for a 180cm (5’11”) tall golfer. ?
Robert: I design the different S2S graphite and steel shafts for specific golfer swing types. Each S2S shaft is designed for a little different combination of clubhead speed + strength + swing tempo + the downswing transition force + where in the downswing the golfer unhinges the wrist-cock angle (the release move). The S2S Green is for golfers who are average to below average in strength, smooth to average swing tempo, an average to definitely less than aggressive downswing transition move and an early to midway release. If this is you, then the Green could be a viable choice for… Read more »
Tom, I’ve had my irons for about 5 years. Over those five years, I have changed my swing to get more consistent contact. My swing has slowed down (84 mph w/ driver) and I would say that I have a smooth tempo. My 150 yard iron has gone from a 7 iron to a 5 iron in those five years. Because I love the iron heads, it makes sense to me to go to a fitter to get my irons re-shafted. I recently moved from the Milwaukee, WI area to the Janesville, WI area. Do you have a shaft or… Read more »
Bill: First off, my sincere apology for the delay in responding. The notification feature for posts and comments was not working so we haven’t seen the posts being made here for us to respond. That’s a big Ooops. Sorry about that. First thing I would recommend is to tell the fitter what you are looking for as your main goal – in this case I imagine getting back some distance with the irons. Put yourself in his hands for his recommendations. But I would tell you to think about two main things – 1) a much lighter weight iron shaft… Read more »