The Project X LZ Tour graphite iron shafts are a lighter alternative to their steel counterpart. Read our review to see how they compare.
For players who want even lower spin than the HZRDUS Black offers, check out the Project X HZRDUS T1100.
The Fujikura ATMOS shafts claim that you can choose your preferred launch conditions while keeping the same feel throughout the line.
KBS’s Tour Graphite Hybrid shaft is designed to be an extension of the acclaimed KBS Tour steel iron shaft. Our review will dive into how true that is.
If the Graphite Designs AD DI was a little too active for you, the new AD TP will be right up your alley with solid, consistent performance.
Curious about how Tiger Wood’s new driver shaft might work for you? Get all the details on the Tensei White here.
The Graphite Designs AD DI has been a sensation on the PGA Tour. After testing it for himself, Matt understands why. Learn more in this review.
If you’re trying to figure out which Fujikura Speeder Evolution shaft would be best for you, this is the place to start.
Fujikura’s Speeder Evolution line is now complete with the Speeder Evolution III. Find out if this shaft stacks up to the originals in this review.
Fujikura’s Speeder Evolution line is now complete with the Speeder Evolution 3. Find out what players this shaft is built for in this review.