By LManly

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  1. I see the stock shaft in Vokey wedges is Dynamic Gold S200. What is the equivalent shaft specs in the Project X or Project X LZ?

  2. They are entirely different shafts in terms of weight and flex....thus you cannot compare.

    However, having spoke with voke about this over the years I can say that when he brought these out most people were playing Dynamic Gold X100 or S100. The thought was to provide slightly heavier weight for better feel.

    So I would take this initial thought process and expand on it further. He now recommends for many tour players that use Dynamic Gold X100 to use DG S400 for any wedge that you do not take full swings frequently. You could also say if you use Project X 6.0 (like myself) that you just stay in the same shaft throughout since going to a softer shaft would mean lower weight and maybe less feel potentially...everyone is different so you may need to experiment a little bit.

    Good Luck! Chris
  3. Don J

    Don J
    Cranston, RI

    Hi Chris,would you know what's the difference between a vokey steel wedge shaft and the S200 shaft?
  4. Don J said:

    Hi Chris,would you know what's the difference between a vokey steel wedge shaft and the S200 shaft?

    Here's a VERY good article that explains this. It's a MUST read and an eye opener once I read this as I've always had stock wedge shafts in my Vokeys.

    www.golfwrx.com/.../
  5. The only difference is the shaft band label - it is literally the exact dg s200 shaft.
  6. Craig W

    Craig W
    Avon, CT

    I do not believe there is a difference beyond the shaft band.
  7. Don J

    Don J
    Cranston, RI

    Richard,Dave and Craig thank you

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