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Design by MIURA PRGR DATA 801 Forged perfect 10pc SR-Flex IRONS SET Golf inv
Design by MIURA PRGR DATA 801 Forged perfect 10pc SR-Flex IRONS SET Golf inv
   $189.99
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR TR-X 910 Original carbon 7pc Iron set  Japan Mens
Used Golf Clubs PRGR TR-X 910 Original carbon 7pc Iron set Japan Mens
   $159.00
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USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED 900TR 10pc M40 Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED 900TR 10pc M40 Iron set
   $350.00
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PRGR CT 505 IRON 5-8, PW, 4 AND 5 WOOD, JAPAN
PRGR CT 505 IRON 5-8, PW, 4 AND 5 WOOD, JAPAN
   $35.00
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[USED] PRGR GOLF JAPAN PRGR EGG 2013 IRON SET 5-9,PA,AS,S CARBON M-40-Flex 1155
[USED] PRGR GOLF JAPAN PRGR EGG 2013 IRON SET 5-9,PA,AS,S CARBON M-40-Flex 1155
   $2,545.00
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Rare PRGR TR 900 Forged Irons 3-PW (No 5 Iron) X Stiff Steel
Rare PRGR TR 900 Forged Irons 3-PW (No 5 Iron) X Stiff Steel
   $89.99
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USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN TR900 Tour FORGED 8pc Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN TR900 Tour FORGED 8pc Iron set
   $290.00
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 USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED 900TR 9pc S400 Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED 900TR 9pc S400 Iron set
   $290.00
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[ USED ] PRGR GOLF JAPAN EGG 2013  IRON SET 9-CLUBS M-35 ORIGINAL CARBON  1683
[ USED ] PRGR GOLF JAPAN EGG 2013 IRON SET 9-CLUBS M-35 ORIGINAL CARBON 1683
   $2,238.00
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GOOD PRGR JAPAN ID Forged cavity 7pc Iron
GOOD PRGR JAPAN ID Forged cavity 7pc Iron
   $590.00
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iD Forged Iron 2012 5-9.P - PRGR
iD Forged Iron 2012 5-9.P - PRGR
   $446.35
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GOOD PRGR JAPAN ID Forged blade 7pc Iron
GOOD PRGR JAPAN ID Forged blade 7pc Iron
   $590.00
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USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN PRGR EGG 7 CLUBS IRON SET 6-9,P,A,S M-47  0977
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN PRGR EGG 7 CLUBS IRON SET 6-9,P,A,S M-47 0977
   $1,359.00
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35" PRGR M-30 Sweep #9 Iron.
35" PRGR M-30 Sweep #9 Iron.
   $24.95
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GOOD PRGR JAPAN Premium Red TR-X 505 M40 8pc Iron
GOOD PRGR JAPAN Premium Red TR-X 505 M40 8pc Iron
   $590.00
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Nickent 4DX 3W shaft help

Br*ndonM7 said: This club and I have a rocky relationship. We don't get along AT ALL. I liked it when I first held it (hence my buying it,) but it's gone down hill from there. The odd thing with it is that my problem is actually hitting the ball with it - it's not a question of trajectory or anything slightly irritating like that. I actually can barely hit the ball at all. One shot it will be on the toe (I mean EXTREME toe, like where there's paint,) or I'll skull it so bad the ball just jams in the ground and rolls 20yds, and I don't even want to talk about how bad the crown looks. But I don't do that with any of my other clubs - granted I'm a terrible golfer, but I'm to the point that make halfway decent contact. Obviously I'll hit all over the club face at times, and sometimes fat enough to throw a divot that's big enough to knock someone out if they're in the way, but I'm still hitting the ball and making it go. Not so with this 3W. I don't know much of anything about shafts, but as an experiment I dumped $20 into a junker 3W with a relatively nice Fujikura stiff shaft, just to see the difference. I swung that club in the yard last night just making a stripe in the grass - 20 swings, and the stripe stayed the same width as the clubhead, and I skimmed the grass like I wanted every single time. Went back to my Nickent (which has the stock R-Flex UST SR3 in it, btw) and after 20 swings the stripe in the grass was twice the width of the head, some barely skimming the grass, others slamming the ground. I just have no idea where the head is as I swing, and it seems to be in a different place every time. That's where my knowledge ends. I don't know if that would be a symptom of a shaft that's too soft (all my others are R-Flex, although this one feels noticeably easier to flex by hand,) weird swingweight (just by feel it doesn't seem out of line with my other clubs or the other 3W that I swung consistently,) length (it is about 1" shorter than the one I swung well,) or what. As a further experiment I held the club face-up, holding the shaft 1 foot up from the head, then dropped balls on the face - I was trying to see if the shaft was a noodle since it felt so much easier to bend and twist. On the 4DX the head boinged around like it was on a rubber band. Same test with the junker 3W and my driver (with R-Flex V2) had noticeably less twist and boing. So I guess I haven't really posed a question, so now I will - would too flimsy of a shaft cause the head to just be at random places when it gets to the ball? Any other characteristics of the shaft (or maybe even the head) promote that kind of behavior? I know I should really go to a pro and have them help me figure it out and pick a proper shaft for it, but I'm honestly embarrased to do so - the club head is covered with idiot marks, and I look like an idiot swinging a club for the first time with all the misses I make trying to swing it. I'm afraid a clubfitter would tell me to go learn how to play before he could help, but my problem is with just this one club (well, this problem at least.)

*dam Pettman said: A too flexible shaft can make hitting the ball very hard, simple as that.

Br*ndonM7 said: Cool, thanks. I love the feel and behavior of the V2 in my driver - would it be a safe assumption that I would like one in a 3W? Or do other variables make shafts play far differently in any given club? Or is that question better suited to whomever I have change the shaft? Thanks again.

w*rbirdlover said: If the head is too light you won't be able to control it. Add some lead tape and try it. :) (or tip weight the shaft 10g)... :)

Br*ndonM7 said: Quote: Originally Posted by warbirdlover If the head is too light you won't be able to control it. Add some lead tape and try it. :) (or tip weight the shaft 10g)... :) Ahhh, that's even easier to try - thanks, I'll give that a shot before fooling with the shaft :thumbs up: