The VA Slay is designed for players seeking a more active feel and slightly higher spin. Learn more in this review.
Fujikura continues to improve its signature series of shafts with the Speeder Evolution V. Learn more in this review.
VA Composites delivers its most stable shaft to date with the Drago. Does it compete with the biggest names in graphite? Find out here.
A lot has changed at TPT Golf since our review last year, so it’s time to take a fresh look at this up-and-coming shaft maker.
Love the smooth feel of the Fujikura Speeder Evolution series but need more stability? The Speeder Evolution IV may be the perfect fit.
Everyone would like to be a more consistent putter, and the Breakthrough Golf Technology Stability Shaft claims that it can help you with that. Learn more about this innovative new shaft here.
Matt was skeptical about being able to tame the Kuro Kage XD, but found surprisingly smooth feel in this low spin beast. Learn more in this review.
Sick of reading about shafts that are designed for Tour-level swing speeds? Then check out our review of the Fujikura Pro 2.0 and Pro 2.0 Tour Spec.
Are you needing lighter weight iron shafts but hate to give up steel? Then the new KBS TGI shafts may be what you need. Find out in this review of the KBS Tour Graphite Iron shafts.
If you want to keep the feel and consistency of steel while dropping weight, check out the Nippon Zelos 6 shaft for your irons.