Was Mitsubishi Rayon able to further improve their “smooth” profile with the fourth generation Diamana BF? We answer that question in this review.
If you want to turn heads on every approach shot, you need to consider putting the Veylix Arcane shafts in your irons.
How light is too light? Mitsubishi Rayon dared to go into the sub-30 gram category with their new Grand Bassara shafts. Find out if a shaft that light can perform in this review.
Project X’s HZRDUS line has been a sensation on the PGA Tour. With the new HZRDUS Red, they seek to dominate with players who want a higher trajectory.
The KBS Tour FLT shaft is designed to launch higher with the long irons and lower with the short irons. Read our review to see if they perform as advertised.
Project X aims to fill the middle ground of their iron shaft lineup with the LZ steel shaft. Read our review to see if it’s a fit for your game.
You know about Nippon’s reputation for quality and feel in their steel shafts, but does that translate to great graphite as well? Find out in this review of the Regio Formula M.
The Speeder Pro XLR8 has been the most in-demand of any of the new Fujikura shafts. We find out why in this review.
Can the KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 wedge shaft improve on the original Hi-Rev? Read our review to find out.
We know that the Project X HZRDUS shafts have shown up in tons of drivers on Tour, but how to they stack up in hybrids? Matt explores that in this review.