Read the measurement to the bottom of the grip cap. This is the length of a golf club shaft. You can check your entire bag for consistency. Standard graphite drivers are 45 inches in length, a 3-wood two inches shorter and other woods 42 inches. One-irons are 40.25 inches and the irons step down a half-inch from there until the 9-iron at 36.25 inches.

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Sep 9, 2013 Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, answers a viewer's email question on driver shaft length. Check out Breed's tip on how to determine .

  • The shaft length is based on the golfer's height, arm length and posture, as well as consistent clubhead delivery. Most of the time, a golfer who is tall, or has short arms, or both, will make better contact with an over-length club. The same would be true for a shorter golfer using an under-length.

  • Re: How to determine the proper shaft length for your driver? How do fitters measure the proper length of shaft in your drivers? I'm short which seems like a massive disadvantage.

  • Nov 7, 2013 Once you determine the proper shaft length a quick tip would be to have a local golf store or pro shop cut your current driver shaft down to the .

  • To determine your wrist-to-floor measurement wear non golf shoes and stand on a Use the chart below to determine the proper shaft length. Graphite Driver.

  • I have heard that altering the shaft length of your driver by an inch can/should alter the club speed by up to 4 mph. This called for a test. Using TrackMan.

We all know how important shaft length is for an iron. It determines impact position on the face, interaction with the turf, and posture at address. Drivers nowadays are being made longer and longer. Cobra is actually releasing a 48” driver called the Long Tom for 2012. The average length of a driver 5 years ago was approximately 45” long. In 2011, the average driver length of the brands that we stock is 45.73”, and that number is only going.

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Dating back to the days of hickory shafts the standard length for a driver was 43 1/2 inches. Technological advancements such as graphite and composite shafts resulted in lighter clubs that made it easier to control a longer weapon and so the standard length today has crawled out to 44 inches for steel and 45 for graphite-base shafts.

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The standard length of a men’s driver is roughly 43.5 inches with for a steel shaft and 44 inches for a graphite shaft. Nowadays, with seemingly never ending race to claim longer drives, driver manufacturers have even been selling standard shafts as long as 45 inches.

Nov 23, 2018 Golf Monthly technical editor Joel Tadman explores the optimum driver shaft length whilst looking at how they affect golfers' distance and .