If you want to play a lighter shaft to gain speed, but hate the thought of giving up consistency, the Fujikura SIX is exactly what you’re looking for.
If you’re ready to upgrade your wedges, start by playing one of the best wedge shafts in the game – the new Nippon Modus 3.
Many people think that shafts with a lot of feel can’t be high performance. They couldn’t be more wrong. See why the new Diamana R Series could improve your driving substantially.
Last year, Fujikura won many converts with its excellent, affordable Pro series of shafts. This year, they build on that success with the upgraded Speeder Pro.
Stability and consistency are the hallmarks of the second generation Kuro Kage shaft which is why it’s a hit on Tour. Find out if this shaft can help you as well in this review.
Diamana is one of the most revered names in shafts. With their third generation Blueboard, the B Series, they’ve improved on a classic design by using the latest in materials and design.
With its light weight and unparalleled speed, the Fujikura Speeder Evolution 474 is going to help a lot of golfers hit their longest drives ever.
Can a sub-60 gram shaft stand up to aggressive swings? This one can.
The heavyweight of the new Speeder Evolution is the new 757. With upgraded materials and an entirely new feel, this is a real improvement on its legendary predecessor.
For 2015, the Speeder franchise has been upgraded with new materials and a totally different feel. Find out if this version lives up to the legendary name in this review.