If you’re searching for a shaft that delivers a premium feel without sacrificing control, check out the new Graphite Design Tour AD VR.
If you need higher launch but don’t want excessive spin or whippy feel, try the LA Golf Shafts Ozik White Tie.
The MCA Diamana DF Series shaft mixes two classic Diamana profiles into one high performance shaft.
LA Golf Shafts has re-introduced the classic Ozik Black Tie shaft as part of their launch. Find out if it’s still a high performer in this review.
The Graphite Design MAD is designed for Maximum Accuracy and Distance. Is it just what the doctor ordered for your ailing driver? Find out here.
Few shafts have ever paired stability with feel the way the Aldila Rogue did. Can the new Rogue 130 MSI continue the tradition?
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.