So if I was to install a KBS C taper 130X, what would the likely difference be compared to a KBS CT Tour and/or a Stability Shaft?
For reference, I currently have a Taylormade Spider X with the stock CT Tour shaft and it feels the exact same as any other putter I've rolled.
Interesting. I'm admittedly not up to date with the putter scene. So is the main feature of the stability shaft purely it's stiffness? And could that therefore be replicated with something akin to an extremely stiff steel or graphite shaft cut down to putter size?
With things like the KBS CT Tour, Mamiya Frequency Filtered, and others, is there a good alternative to the Stability Shaft? I'm adding a 1.25" to my current gamer and figure maybe I'll reshaft instead of just add an extension. Anyone toy around with any other putter shafts?
It's really been a game-changer (or for the month of January - an indoor range-changer). The old shaft was a Hzrdus Green 6.5 playing 44.5" and the new one is the 6.5 TX playing 45.5", so I'm guessing an extra inch of length on the driver may also play into the distance change.
But to answer...
Bought a Hzrdus Smoke Black RDX 70 TX. My buddy got one and he let me test it on the monitor. I thought it would be like swinging a 2x4, but the TX is surprisingly smooth. My old Hzrdus green was going 305 all over the place. Hzrdus Black RDX was 325 dead straight. Even put one out there 340...
Project X Hzrdus Smoke Black RDX 70 TX. I thought the TX would be too much, but after cranking some, I was sold. Might be 5-10 yards less carry than my Attas Cool, but it's so much straighter and more consistent, and when the ground is dry it just rollllls.