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  1. T. Stephenson
    April 4, 2016

    Which shaft of the B. Asha series would you say most resembles the Matrix Black Tie in regards to flex ( tip to butt ), spin, dispersion, and feel?

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  2. john
    December 17, 2013

    what do the #5212 on the miyazaki special edition 39r golf shaft mean? can you explain. thank you.

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    • Don
      September 19, 2016

      Shaft type Miyazaki
      36r, 350 tip
      Flex code 5212
      I’ am trying to find the same shaft type for a replacement of my Cleveland #1 driver 270 clasic
      What does these numbers mean?

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  3. hong
    November 21, 2013

    just curious ,i am using Kena series , but Asha is custom line ? i cant find on their website

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  4. Chris
    March 4, 2013

    Fascinating test. Alas! it appears that efforts to define and utilize one’s swing DNA are simply exercises in futilty. With the exception of backspin, there apear to be no significant differences in outcome regardless of which shaft was used. Furthermore, the shaft’s profile does not seem to account for the reported differences in back spin. I believe that Mr. Wishon has opined that with the exception of late release golfers(eg Sergio Garcia) the shaft will have minimal impact on the results of a swing. Accordingly, fitting, fitting, fitting involving a plethora of shafts remains the only way to find the “perfect shaft”.

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  5. damo
    March 2, 2013

    Any thoughts on why the 5S spun quite a bit less then the 5X and 7S?

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    • Golfspy Matt
      March 4, 2013

      Not really. I didn’t notice anything when testing (I try not to pay too much attention to the numbers when swinging). It’s not the only time a shaft that “should be” higher spinning hasn’t turned out that way. I think it just speaks to the importance of fitting.

      Best,

      Matt

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  6. Dave Mac
    February 27, 2013

    Kudos to Miyazaki for the international code system, I wish the industry would adopt this system across the board, it would take some of the mystery away regarding shaft matching. It would be good to see the archaic flex labelling be replaced by what is a far superior system.

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  7. Vince
    February 26, 2013

    I’m just curious why some one would put a $249.00 shaft on a 299/399 Driver. Does that shaft add that much distance?

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