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SS stands for Senior Shaft

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To select the appropriate shaft flexibility, you must first determine your average swing speed. You can obtain this information by purchasing a swing speed radar, or by visiting your local PGA professional. A senior-flex shaft is appropriate for a golfer who swings less than 70 miles per hour, according to Purely Golf. Golfers who swing 70 to 90 miles per hour generally require a regular-flex shaft.
Tips on how to chose golf equipment suitable for Senior Golfers, especially when it comes to selecting a proper shaft.
If you don’t know your club head speed there are charts to convert average driver and iron carry distances into swing speed ranges that help you select the right flex. You should use a senior flex shaft if you have a driver swing speed of 70 to 85 mph, which produces a carry distance of 180 to 210 yards. If so you also need a four iron for a 150-yard shot. For higher swing speeds consider a regular or stiffer flex, and if your swing is below that speed you should use a ladies shaft.
Senior Shafts A senior flex is generally the best bet for a golfer who generates 70 to 79 mph of club head speed. If you are in this category, you need a club with enough bend in it to maximize the amount of distance you can hit your driver and other clubs. A senior shaft is flexible enough to maximize the distance of a slower swinger without being so whippy that you lose control and accuracy.
Elements like tempo, swing speed and swing plane vary from golfer to golfer, making shaft selection an important aspect of getting the right… club into a golfer's hands. Senior flex golf clubs offer an excellent array of benefits for the slower swing. The slower the golf swing, the more flexible the shaft required for optimal results. The best way to gauge this is through driver distance. If your average drive is 200 to 230 yards, a senior flex shaft.