Want to play an Aldila Rogue like the world’s best, but not ready to plunk down $800 for the Tour version? Check out the our review of the new Rogue Silver and Rogue Black to see if they can offer the same performance on a tighter budget.
The top shaft on the PGA Tour is now available to golfers everywhere. Is it worth the super premium price? Find out in this review.
The OBAN Kiyoshi gets a technological upgrade with the Tour Limited edition. Find out why that’s a big deal in this review.
Most golfers don’t need the ultra-stout Kiyoshi Black or the lively Kiyoshi Purple, they need the balanced performance of the OBAN Kiyoshi White. Find out more in this review.
Across the spectrum from the Kiyoshi Black is the OBAN Kiyoshi Purple. With more kick than a kung fu movie, this shaft is a Tour favorite in fairway woods and drivers.
Think you’re a big swinger? The Oban Kiyoshi Black is built to stand up to the fastest, most aggressive swings on tour, so you can give it all you’ve got!
Fujikura’s latest Tour Spec offering is the Pro TS. It delivers the same “not too smooth, not too stiff” as the Pro, but with a higher kick point for aggressive swingers.
We’ve seen light weight steel shafts before, but never this light. At just over 70 grams, the Nippon Zelos 7 is the world’s lightest steel shaft…but does it perform?
Is it possible to have a shaft with massive kick and superior stability? When it’s the hand-rolled Project X LZ shaft, the answer is yes.
The look got the internet buzzing, and the performance has it in Tour bags across the globe. Check out Matt’s review to see if the Fujikura Pro deserves a spot in your driver as well.