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Choosing the Right Shaft Flex in Your Golf Clubs.
Understanding Golf Club Shaft Flex Can Help Improve Your Scores.
If you want to avoid giving your golf game the shaft, you need to understand the effect that golf club shaft flex has on your game.
"Flex" refers to the ability of a golf shaft to bend as forces are applied to it during the golf swing. Those forces are generated by the type of swing that you have: fast or slow, smooth or jerky.
There are five generally used ratings for shaft flex: Extra Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Senior and Ladies, usually denoted by the letters X, S, R, A and L ("A" is used for Senior because this flex was originally called "amateur").
Having a flex that doesn't match the needs of your swing will result in the clubface being misaligned at impact, causing your shots to go off-target.
What Shaft Flex Impacts.
Shaft flex impacts, either directly or indirectly, the accuracy, trajectory and distance of your shot. Three pretty important things in golf.
As the shaft flexes throughout the swing, the position of the clubhead changes. And the face of the club must be square (perfectly straight, or parallel to the target line) at impact to get the most out of the shot. If you have the wrong flex for your swing, there is less chance that you'll make contact with the ball with a square clubface.
Some General Guidelines About Shaft Flex.
The degree of flex in your club shafts is something you control. You can choose to buy stiffer shafts, or softer shafts, depending on your needs.
But how can you tell what you need? Here are some general guidelines:
Take a look at the distance you hit your driver. This is a good, but very general, indicator. If you carry you driver 250 yards or more, go with Stiff; 230-250 yards, Regular; 200-230 yards, Senior; less than 200 yards, Ladies. Only the biggest of the big hitters is going to need Extra Stiff. For most of us, Extra Stiff isn't even in the picture. If you have a very smooth swing, you might benefit from a softer flex even if you swing fast. A swing that gets jerky at the top—when transitioning into the downswing—will probably need a stiffer shaft. If your drives go left, you might benefit from a stiffer flex; if your drives go right, you might benefit from a softer flex.
If Your Shaft Flex Is Too Stiff .
What effect does a too-stiff shaft have on your golf game?
The ball will probably fly lower and shorter for any given loft, compared to a properly fit shaft. The ball may tend to go to the right, or fade side, for right-handed golfers because with a too-stiff shaft the clubface is harder to square (the clubface is more likely to be open at impact, in other words). The shot may feel less solid, more like a mishit even if you make contact on the center of the clubface.
If Your Flex Isn't Stiff Enough .
The ball might fly higher for any given loft, compared to a properly fit shaft. The ball may tend to go left, or to the draw side, for a right-handed golfer (because with a too-flexible shaft, the clubhead may tend to come into the ball closed). Shots may tend to feel more solid, even when they aren't.
Oh, Those Macho Men.
Men like to hit golf clubs with Stiff shafts. It's a guy thing. Unfortunately, it's not always the smart thing.
No macho man wants to be seen hitting a wimpy little Regular flex club, or, Tiger Woods forbid, a Senior or Ladies flex.
But over-swinging is a common problem among male high-handicappers. Choosing a softer flex often has the effect of forcing macho men to slow down their swings. And slowing down the swing often makes those macho men into better golfers.
And the fact is, the harm in hitting a shaft that is too flexible is much less than the harm in hitting a shaft that is too stiff. As equipment guru Tom Wishon has said, when unsure about flex, always err on the side of more flex (meaning, a softer shaft). If you can't decide between Regular and Stiff, go with Regular.
The Foolproof Way to Choose Shaft Flex.
A clubfitting with a golf professional is the recommended way to choose the proper amount of flex in your golf clubs.
The pro will take a lot of measurements, watch your swing, measure your swing speed, watch your ball flight and be able to recommend the flex that is right for you.
Clubfittings are available at many pro shops and almost all golf schools and from teaching professionals, at courses and full-service driving ranges. Dedicated clubfitters are also becoming more common.
If a club-fitting isn't in your future, the next best thing is a demo day. At demo days, you'll be able to hit many different types of clubs with different types of shafts. Or find a good pro shop with swing bays where you can try before you buy.
The key, short of a club fitting, is hitting lots of different clubs and watching the effect that changing shaft flex has on your shots.
If you find a flex that feels good and produces a good ball flight, there's a good chance that's the right flex for you.


Correct score flex.
Q: What is FLEX?
A: FLEX—Focused Lifelong Education Xperience is the Academy’s new flagship education product launching September 2020. FLEX will replace Home Study Course, which was retired on August 6, 2020 after nearly four decades.
Q: Who are the faculty?
A: FLEX is developed by nearly 150 AAO-HNSF Education experts from the Foundation’s Education Committees.
Q. How is FLEX different than the Home Study Course that was retired on August 2020?
Q: When does the FLEX subscription year begin and end?
A: The subscription launch date was September 2020; and the release schedule will continue through May 2021. The 2020-21 subscription course year will close August 31, 2021.
Q: Who is FLEX for?
A: FLEX is designed for all otolaryngologists and advanced practice providers throughout their career. FLEX is a great way to maintain lifelong learning and continuing certification. This new curriculum will especially benefit residents in their training.
Registration.
Q: What are the registration fees for the subscription year?
A: Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers.
Early Rates: May 1-October 25, 2020 Member: $450 | Non-Member: $795.
Regular Rates: October 26, 2020-January 31, 2021 Member: $495 | Non-Member: $875.
Late Rates: February 2-April 1, 2021 Member: $550 | Non-Member: $995.
B: Residents.
Member: $350 | Non-Member: $450.
Residents: check with your Residency Training Program before proceeding with registration.
Q: If I register after September, are the fees the same?
A: FLEX registration is for the full course year. If one registers later in the academic cycle, they will pay the current tiered rate for the full course year and receive the prior sections as well as any yet released for the 2020-21 FLEX course year.
Q: Can a medical student sign-up for FLEX?
A: Medical students can participate in FLEX by first becoming an AAO-HNS member (student membership category) for $25; and then they can then sign-up for FLEX at the Resident Member rate.
Q: How do I register?
Q: What are the registration policies regarding changes and cancellations?
Name changes and substitutions are not permitted. All cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing and sent to flex@entnet.org . No refunds will be processed if cancellation is received one month after the purchase date.
FLEX Curriculum.
Q: What is the specialty topic section release schedule?
A: September 2020: Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Polyps.
October 2020: Glottic and Subglottic Stenosis.
November 2020: Oropharyngeal Cancer Update 2020: HPV, Robotic surgery, and De-escalation.
January 2021: Chronic Otitis Media and Cholesteatoma.
February 2021: Pediatric OSA.
March 2021: Hindsight is 2020: Moving Your Practice Forward in 2021.
April 2021: Tracheostomy Management.
May 2021: Functional Nasal Surgery.
Q: What is included in each section release?
Q: Will FLEX be the same curriculum year-after-year?
No. Each specialty will identify a new topic/theme each year. Built on a fundamental learning philosophy that the needs and preferences for otolaryngology education will continue to evolve over time—so will the tools provided in the FLEX subscription to ensure they remain timely and relevant for all learners.
Learning Experience.
Q: How will I access my educational activities each month?
A: Once you register, you will be enrolled into the FLEX “virtual classroom” in OTOLogic.org - our online learning platform. Each month, the new section tools will be released. All of the curriculum developed for that subscription year will remain in your dashboard to conveniently access online 24/7 through August 31, 2021.
Q: What is the best way to “experience” FLEX?
A: The OTO Logic website features a fully responsive web design, which allows seamless access across all platforms from an oversized desktop computer monitor, a laptop, or a smaller-screen device such as a smartphone or tablet.
For Residency Training Program Directors/Coordinators.
Q: I’m a Residency Training Program Director/Coordinator. When should I register my residents?
A: Please contact the FLEX support team to request a How to Registration Guide and your institution’s AAO-HNSF 2020-2021 FLEX Resident Subscription Form. Please return this form no later than August 1st to ensure your residents receive the first section on time. Once your institutions registration is processed, your residents will receive an enrollment confirmation, and details on how to access the FLEX dashboard.
Q. What is the special FLEX and AAO-HNSF 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting bundle offer?
A: W hen you sign-up your residents for FLEX by October 25, 2020 , they will receive a complimentary registration to the 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting . The resident subscribed will automatically be enrolled in both education opportunities so you only need to register for FLEX — it’s that simple.
Q. What options are available to register my residents?
A. There are two options available based on membership status. FLEX is priced 10% lower than the Home Study Course.
Residents Fees.
Member: $350 | Non-Member: $450.
AAO-HNS Annual Member Dues: $105.
Residents: check with your Residency Training Program before proceeding with registration. Access to the online membership application can be located here.
CME and MOC Credit.
Q: How much CME credit is included - per subscription and per section?
Q: How do I earn credit?
A: CME/MOC credit is earned when you complete the learning module within the section and the assessment. For each section, here are the steps:
xRead: Read the five scientific article and summaries. In order to obtain 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsв„ў, participants must achieve a score of 70% or higher on the assessment (post-test). Credit will not automatically be awarded. Participants will be given three attempts to achieve a passing score.
xSVP: Watch the two surgical video procedures and review the written outlines. In order to obtain 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsв„ў, participants must complete the assessment. Credit will not automatically be awarded. The assessment requires learners to write a reflective statement.
xChat: The purpose of the activity is for the learner to gather with more than one peer to have a table-talk discussion for approximately 45-60 minutes. Questions are provided to springboard the discussion if needed. In order to obtain 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsв„ў, participants must complete the assessment. Credit will not automatically be awarded. The assessment requires learners to write a reflective statement.
xCase: Each week the learner will be presented a new case challenge to make the proper diagnosis and determine the treatment pathway. In order to obtain 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsв„ў, participants must answer the question each day and achieve a correct score of 70% or higher. Credit will not automatically be awarded. Participants will be given three attempts to achieve a passing score.
xCast: Learner can listen to the two podcasts at their convenience based on the specialty topic that month. In order to obtain 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsв„ў, participants must complete the assessment. Credit will not automatically be awarded. The assessment requires learners to write a reflective statement.
xLive : Learner can participate in the live webinar or recorded at their convenience based on the specialty topic that month. In order to obtain 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsв„ў, participants must complete the assessment. Credit will not automatically be awarded. The assessment requires learners to write a reflective statement.
Q. Do I have to complete each section as it’s released that month in order to move onto the next?
A. There is no enforced sequencing. The learner can participate in any section at any time. The same applies for the modules included in that section.
Q. Does the CME credit I earn for FLEX count for MOC credit?
A: Yes. The CME credit you earn counts for MOC. Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to meet the expectations of the American Board of Otolaryngology’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the AAO-HNSF’s responsibility as CME activity provider to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of recognizing participation.
Q. Where do I find my credit earned?
A. Your credit earned will be recorded under your “My Transcript” tab. Your official transcript is instantly available and contains a list of all of the education courses you have completed through OTO Logic to document your CME/MOC activities annually.
Feedback.
Q: How do I share feedback?


LSAT-Flex Score Conversion Table (How to Predict Your LSAT Flex Score!)
If you’re planning on taking the LSAT-Flex at-home exam in 2020 or 2021, you’re probably wondering how you can predict your score knowing that the LSAT-Flex is different than the standard LSAT.
Since LSAC announced the at-home LSAT-Flex option in April 2020, the number one question we’ve been getting from students is “How can I predict my LSAT-Flex score?” And this question will keep being important: all LSATs through at least April 2021 will be LSAT-Flexes.
Below you’ll find a table that converts projected LSAT-Flex raw scores to standard LSAT raw scores to LSAT percentiles. These are based on the May 2020 administration of the LSAT-Flex and LSAC’s raw to scaled conversion chart. Note that these conversions may change slightly during future administrations.
Table of Contents.
How We Created This LSAT-Flex Score Converter How to Take a Practice LSAT-Flex The LSAT Flex Score Predictor Conversion Table.
How We Created This LSAT-Flex Score Converter.
We’ve based this LSAT flex score converter table on the data available from the LSAC. Here are the key facts you should know about it:
The LSAT-Flex has three sections instead of five like the standard in-person LSAT. It’s missing the experimental section (which doesn’t affect your score) and one of the two Logical Reasoning sections (which does impact how your raw score will translate to a scaled score). The LSAC has stated that the three sections of the LSAC Flex will “have about the same number of questions”. On the standard LSAT, there’s a range of questions you could technically encounter on each section: 23-24 Logic Games questions, 24-26 Logical Reasoning questions (x2 sections), and 26-28 Reading Comprehension questions. The LSAT-Flex exam uses previously administered questions from non-disclosed tests (meaning not from tests that have been released to the public as practice tests), and for the purposes of calculating estimated scores here, we’re making the assumption that sections will be kept intact and that LSAC won’t mix and match questions from sections from different exams (which would lead to different numbers of questions in a section from what usually appears). We could be wrong on this, but it feels likely that they would use complete sections for accuracy in score equating, but this is not confirmed! Even though there is a range of possible numbers of questions, most of the time Logic Games sections have 23 questions, Logical Reasoning sections have 25 questions, and Reading Comprehension sections have 27 questions. However, on the June LSAT-Flex administrations, some students did receive 26-question Logical Reasoning sections and some received 25-question LR sections, so it could vary. Based on what we’ve seen so far, we’ve based this score conversion chart presuming a 75- or 76-question LSAT-Flex Test . The actual range could potentially be anywhere between 73 to 78 questions, and this would skew the scoring a bit. Here’s a tip if you take a practice test for the LSAT Flex that has 73 or 74 questions or 77 or 78 questions: if you take a test that ends up with fewer overall questions (than the standard 75-76 we’ve mapped out below), count up your number of correct answers and match it to a scaled score that is one or two scores higher than the chart below. If you take a test with more overall questions, count your number of correct answers and match it to a scaled score that is one or two scores lower than the chart below.
If you’re curious about the actual LSAT-Flex experience from a student’s perspective, check out our LSAT-Flex Review and Tips video.
How to Take a Practice LSAT-Flex.
Take a practice LSAT test, but skip one of the Logical Reasoning sections. Ideally, if you want to use the score conversion chart below precisely, you’ll take one that has a 23-question Logic Games section, a 25- or 26-question Logical Reasoning section, and a 27-question Reading Comprehension section (again, this is going to be most exams). It’s fine to use tests that have different numbers of questions, but take that into account when you use the chart below to convert your score if you do take a test that has fewer or more questions. Exciting news! In Magoosh LSAT Prep, you can take ready-made LSAT-Flex versions of several official LSAT exams!
The LSAT Flex Score Predictor Conversion Table.
Remember! This table assumes a 75- or 76-question LSAT-Flex (and technically, the actual range could be 73-78 questions). This is based on May scoring data, and the conversion for tests going forward may be adjusted slightly. This should be good enough for you to predict your LSAT-Flex score from practice though!
For more on LSAT-Flex and how to prepare, check out our post on taking the LSAT-Flex at home.
Remember this assumes a 75- or 76-question LSAT-Flex. LSAT Flex Raw Score LSAT Scaled Score LSAT Percentile 75-76 180 99.9 74 179 99.9 73 177 99.8 72 175 99.5 71 174 99.2 70 173 99.8 69 172 98.4 68 171 97.8 67 170 97.1 66 169 95.9 65 168 94.8 64 167 93.3 63 166 91.5 62 165 89.8 61 165 89.8 60 164 87.4 59 163 85.0 58 163 85.0 57 162 82.7 56 161 80.1 55 161 80.1 54 160 77.0 53 159 73.6 52 159 73.6 51 158 70.4 50 157 66.5 49 157 66.5 48 156 62.9 47 155 59.2 46 155 59.2 45 154 55.5 44 153 51.7 43 153 51.7 42 152 47.7 41 151 44.0 40 150 39.7 39 150 39.7 38 149 36.3 37 148 32.8 36 147 29.1 35 146 26.0 34 146 26.0 33 145 22.9 32 144 20.0 31 143 17.4 30 142 14.8 29 141 12.6 28 140 10.8 27 139 9.0 26 138 7.5 25 136 4.9 24 135 4.2 23 134 3.6 22 132 2.4 21 131 2.0 20 129 1.4 19 127 0.8 18 125 0.7 17 123 0.5 16 121 0.3 0-15 120 0.0.
If you’re getting started on your LSAT prep journey, Magoosh has a free official LSAT practice test you can take that is also have formmatted as an LSAT-Flex test. Plus it comes with full video explanations for every question!




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