S2S GREEN

GRAPHITE WOOD & IRON SHAFTS

For the less skilled to average golfer, with a smooth to average transition/tempo with an early to midway release…

Features:

  • 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

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Richard Briwn

What is the weight of the S2S Green graphite shaft in regular for irons. Thanks.

Tom Wishon

Richard
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.
TOM

Bill Lockman

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 »

Tom Wishon

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 »