Whether you call it a Whiteboard, Ahina, or W Series, this line of Diamana shafts always delivers low spin and tight dispersion. In this review, Matt explains what makes the W Series different from its predecessors and why you might want one in your bag.
Everyone goes crazy about the latest driver shafts, but what about the hybrids and fairway woods? With Accra’s DyMatch 2.0 shafts, no club is left behind.
Matrix has made shaft fitting and optimization easier than ever with great performance. Read Bill’s review of the new Velox line to learn more.
True Temper’s marketing for the XP shafts is, “Ready to hit your irons farther?” I have a question of my own, “Do you really need to ask?”
Bill takes a look at one of the most popular lightweight iron shafts on the market in the Project X PXi iron shafts. Was this shaft a game changer for Bill? Find out here.
With 5 wins in their first season on the PGA Tour, Aldila’s Tour Blue and Tour Green are proven winners. Now they’re available to the public, and we dig in to find out if they’ll help you find the winner’s circle.
Looking to improve the performance, but not sure what shaft to pick? Matrix makes it easy with their new line of hybrid shafts.
Hitting the Nippon 950GH iron shafts was an eye-opening experience for Bill. Read our review to find out why.
Dynamic Gold has been the, wait for it, gold standard in iron shafts for decades. Matt discusses why it’s still the undisputed champ in this review.
There aren’t too many golf shafts that reach “Legendary” status, but the original Speeder 757 is definitely among them. This fall, Fujikura is releasing an updated Speeder 757, along with three other Speeder profiles. The question is, can Fujikura improve on a legend?