Like all Stix clubs, this driver features stunning black-on-black, minimalist finishes, but capitalizes on the modern advancements in the club making to bring forth a farther and straighter ball flight. When you’re ready to grip it and rip it, this driver will give you the kind of confidence that calms the nerves and makes the fairway feel a little wider.
A Stix fairway woods make those really long approach shots feel a little shorter. They added just enough loft to help you get it up in the air easier and straighter but not lose distance by utilizing a lighter and smarter shaft design to naturally increase swing speed. Stix Golf can help you make that hard to reach Green in Regulation when you need it most.
The Stix 21-degree, 4 hybrid gives you the assurance you’ve long sought after whether you’re on the tee box or deep in the fescue. Designed for distance while providing the forgiveness of a lofted Iron, you’ll feel right at home on the first swing. High and far is the name of the game here.
Which flex should YOU choose?
Generally speaking, the more flexible the shaft, the easier it is to properly load the shaft. What this means is that the shaft of the club will bend a little more during the swing to help compensate for slower swing speeds and inconsistent swings. This minimizes the difference in ball trajectory on less-than-ideal swings. The stiffer shaft flexes are just more exact to a golfer's swing. Because of these reasons, softer flexes (regular and A-flex) are suggested for people newer to golf or who lack the strength to get higher swing speeds. This is the technical side of the equation though!
Flex is also about how they feel! For instance, some newer golfers may find stiffer flexes more comfortable for their swing and prefer to get accommodated to them as they improve their golf game. It just depends on the individual golfer's build and swing style. The right flex for the individual will lead to increased accuracy and a better feel on properly hit shots.