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The smoothest shaft in the heavy weight iron shaft category. Promotes a higher ball flight than its closest competitors.
Most people would look at the stranglehold that Dynamic Gold and Project X have on the heavy weight iron shaft market and choose another battle to fight. Kim Braly isn’t most people. He jumped into the fight with the KBS Tour, and has converted thousands of golfers, including major champions, to his brand. In this review, we examine why.
Where most heavy weight iron shafts are focused on stability, the trademark of the KBS Tour is its smooth feel. There’s a distinct feeling of the shaft loading and kicking during the swing. This is not to say that the shaft isn’t stable. Most of the action is in the middle of the shaft, so you don’t sacrifice a stable tip to get this smooth feel.
Though it’s not a night and day difference, the KBS Tour does tend to promote a higher ball flight than its competitors Dynamic Gold and Project X. This makes it an excellent choice for golfers who tend to be low ball hitters or those who simply prefer to see the ball in a higher trajectory window.
If you prefer a heavy weight iron shaft, but want a smoother feel, KBS Tour is for you. It’s also a great choice for players who are seeking a slightly higher ball flight from their iron play.
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