The Grandura 510 is billed as a low launching shaft for higher swing speeds. See if this new shaft company is worth checking out.
Need a shaft to find fairways and keep spin low? If you have the swing speed, the HZRDUS Black is for you.
Tired of shafts that are “too soft” and “whippy”? Eat your Wheaties and go get fit for the Kuro Kage XT.
The Modus 105 blends a mid-weight feel with the consistency that’s expected from Nippon’s Tour line.
Every once in awhile you stumble across your next key piece of equipment by accident. Read why Bill is such a fan of Mitsubishi’s Kuro Kage Black TiNi.
Bill was excited to test the Matrix TP7HD shaft but experienced surprising results. Read his review to see what impression this elite shaft left on him.
Lightweight driver shafts have been a longtime foe for Bill’s golf game. Read our review of the Mitsubishi Rayon Bassara GG Series to see if Bill finally had a breakthrough with this shaft.
With three times more materials than your average shaft, the Tensei represents a technical step forward. Is it also a step forward in terms of performance?
Bill recently took on the Nippon Pro Modus Tour 125 iron shafts after gaming the Tour 130’s. Read this review to see what Bill thought.
Bill’s new gamer shafts, the Nippon NS Pro Modus Tour 130, found their place in the bag for a reason. Read our review to find out why you need to consider adding them to your clubs.