torque is really the amount of twisting the shaft goes through during the swing. So the less the degree of torque, the less it twists.
Is this true?
So for most golfers, as long the torque of a graphite shaft is between 3.5 and 5.5 degrees - which is the case for the vast majority of graphite shafts today - the golfer will be OK and torque will never be a factor to worry about in the shaft fitting.
The TFC 129d regular flex has a torque of 4.6.
ETA: the driver head is 460 cc which is 60 cc higher than my other head. Does that matter at all? The shafts are the same mass (60g). Would the 460 cc head have more mass than the 400cc or is it only a volume increase?
This post was edited on 6/25 at 10:07 am