Fujikura is one of the leading manufacturers of premium golf shafts. Played by high caliber players including former world number one Dustin Johnson, their metalwood shaft has found its way into the bags of Rory McIlroyy and Tiger Woods among many others. Now, their new graphite iron shaft Axiom features the Velocore Technology found in the Ventus. With it, Fujikura is aiming to provide extra confidence in the iron game performance line. https://www.youtube.com/embed/9EQl6t4MmnE Technology
The easiest way to add speed and distance comes with a solid feel and killer graphics: Mitsubishi Vanquish golf shafts. https://www.youtube.com/embed/PaqYQSz5bog Mitsubishi Chemical has long led the premium lightweight golf shaft category. With their newest addition, the Vanquish, their engineers were determined to face the challenge of creating the best-performing, high-quality premium-performance lightweight shaft. As a successor of the Bassara and Grand Bassara, it is loaded with tech and has more stability than ever. "V-speeds"
Breakthrough Golf Technology (BGT) in Dallas, Texas, relies on a collective 100 years of experience using cutting-edge technology to produce and market the finest, most precise golf club shafts such as BGT Brava. https://www.youtube.com/embed/Z4TQ29iIQXo Barney Adams, the company's founder, can spot what is missing in golf equipment. He began with putter shafts because he saw that no meaningful innovation had happened for decades. Years of research and development along with countless hours of testing
Graphite Design Tour AD CQ Shaft brings a Mid/High Launch with Mid Spin that will be a must-have in 2023. With many different weight and flex options to choose from, there is a CQ shaft to suit almost any swing. https://www.youtube.com/embed/D6sVy3w8UQ0 The Tour AD CQ Shaft utilizes premium, aerospace-quality carbon-fiber materials. It is going to be available in 40g R2, R1, and S flex, 50g R2, R1, S and X flex, 60g SR, S,
Mitsubishi Chemical is once again expanding its selection to serve golfers with almost any golf swing. Mitsubishi's Kai'li Blue is a head turner, just like the Kai'li White. The ocean-themed images seem even more appropriate in silver-flecked blue tones. Even the logo, a soaring "Kai'li" in white with a blue outline, is stunning. https://www.youtube.com/embed/rWO7iqCjrww The graphics cease at the middle of the shaft to prevent them from detracting from the address. Except for the