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How would you compare Apollo Stepless R to Dynamic R300 for cut weight - ball flight- tip stiffness

Looking for heavy weight steel similar to R300

Seem close using DFSI info - but would play Apollo 5I at 37.5" - same as as R300

Question by: Dave Keefe on Mar 28, 2016, 7:30 AM

From a weight and frequency standpoint, the two shafts (in parallel tip R-flex) are comparable. The Dynamic Gold will be a little stiffer in the tip launching the ball slightly lower of the two shafts, but it won't be a night and day difference.
Answer by: Richard Lin on Mar 29, 2016, 7:03 AM
Hey how is it going? I recently purchased these shafts to put in in my driver and 5,7,9,11 super concord woods. I play x100 in my irons and was wonder if I could tip these an extra inch to get them to play a little stiffer? I will be playing the driver at 43 inches and the rest of the lengths with be cut accordingly. I love your stuff and your site. Thanks
Question by: Jason on Mar 28, 2016, 7:02 PM

There is 10.5" of parallel tip length, so there will be plenty of length to tip trim extra and you should have ample length left over to achieve standard lengths. Make sure to weigh the heads and trim them according to the tip trim tables based on their weight (plus you extra 1" to stiffen them up).
Answer by: Richard Lin on Mar 29, 2016, 7:03 PM
Will you be getting the Apollo Hump shafts back in the future?
Question by: Mike on Jun 22, 2016, 11:20 AM

I am afraid you won't see these coming back anytime soon.
Answer by: Richard Lin on Jun 23, 2016, 11:06 AM
I tested my buddy's Mizuno MP52's with a Project x Rifle shaft that he called "Regular+" and they felt very good, would this shaft be similar if trimmed to Firm-regular? (or what do you recommend?)

Question by: Fredrik on Aug 16, 2017, 2:14 AM

The R+ can be considered as a "firm" flex. However, it is important to realize there are no standards for flex meaning that firm flex may be a stiff flex in another shaft or brand. Usually a Project X or Rifle shaft will have a flex of 5.5, 6.0, 6.5 etc. Did this shaft have such a marking on the label?
Answer by: Richard Lin on Aug 17, 2017, 2:08 AM
I think it it said 5.5 on the label
Question by: Fredrik on Aug 18, 2017, 5:36 AM

OK, 5.0 should be the R+ where as 5.5 would have been S flex. If you are trying to match the frequency (flex) with the Apollo Standard Stepless, cut half-way between the R and S flex and it will be very close. Note, not all shafts will work out the same as there is no industry standard for flex.
Answer by: Richard Lin on Aug 19, 2017, 5:08 AM
Thinking about buying these to install in a cheap travel set of Adams A3 irons I found in a garage sale. Should I bother to spend the money to have them "spine aligned"? 12 handicap just wants to know
Question by: Rogerio Zepeda Jr. on Apr 6, 2022, 1:01 PM
You will have to decide on the additional cost versus the small (if any) discernable playability difference if you had them spined.
Answer by: Jeff Summitt on Apr 6, 2022, 1:06 PM
how would I trim the Apollo Stepless irons shafts to a firm (R+) shaft flex? Not just simply stiff or regular.
Question by: Ronald Block on Feb 21, 2023, 6:29 PM
There is only a 1" difference between the R and S flex trimming for this shaft, so I would split the difference and add 1/2" to the recommended tip trimming for the R flex (trim code IH6).
Answer by: Jeff Summitt on Feb 22, 2023, 5:37 AM
Hi - What’s the raw length of this shaft? Thanks
Question by: RC on May 10, 2024, 12:13 AM
The iron shaft is 41" and the wood shaft is 46".
Answer by: Jeff Summitt (Admin) on May 10, 2024, 5:29 AM

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