I can't seem to get away from the fact that the heft of steel shafts markedly improves my ball striking, especially with irons. Prosoft inserts and the Band-It arm brace are helping with the arthritis and tendinitis. I don't make the swing speed to be "fit" into stiff steel shafts, but the combo of the Eye 2 head and ZZ-Lite shafts just seem to be the right combo for me.
Even more interesting is I put my old 21* Perfect Club (yes, the Peter Kessler one) back in the bag. With it's graphite shaft and heavy head, the total weight is 363 grams. I have been smashing that thing off the fairway about 150 to 170 yards with roll out................keep in mind that's only about 30 yards short of my normal drives. I teed off with it on a long par 3 yesterday and hit it about 180.
What seems to be different is these heavier clubs seem to just "fall" into the right plane for me and I can just let them go through the ball and getting that "I smashed it" feeling again. I have an old TM SuperSteel driver with a Rifle R80 steel in it. It's going back in the bag for a round or two.
Anybody care to comment on the fitting science of what I am experiencing?