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.
Speeder technology in a super lightweight package? A sub-50 gram shaft that doesn’t play like a wet noodle? Yes, smooth swingers, your prayers have been answered.
If you’re a fader or slicer of the golf ball, the newest offering from UST may be your missing Element.
Though we all want to play the same gear as the pros, sometimes it isn’t a fit. The Fujikura Speeder 569 is the Speeder that will be as successful at your local muni as its big brother is on Tour.
Bill already plays the Project X PXi, but now he’s trying out the even lighter Project X PX 95 Flighted iron shafts. Read our review to see if they hold their own in the Project X lineup.
The 757 is the legend of the Speeder family, but what about the golfers who don’t want 70+ grams in their driver shaft? Here comes the Speeder 661 to the rescue.
When a shaft has the coolest name (Fubuki = “blizzard ninja star”) and some of the best graphics, the expectations are going to be high. The Fubuki ZT exceeds them all.
The KBS C-Taper iron was a favorite of the golf world, but how does updated KBS’s C-Taper 90 hold up the legacy? Read Plugged In Golf’s take here.