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6 Things Not to Do with Your Custom Golf Shafts

Golfers love their game. It’s not uncommon to spend a pretty penny on golf club heads and custom golf shafts that suit the player’s skills. Let alone the gloves, bags, shoes, and other equipment that add to the expense. So...

The Fujikura ATMOS Tour Spec Is Gaining Popularity as a Callaway Driver Shaft

“Demonstrably superior” is one of the core tenets of Callaway Golf Company. In their own eyes, if it isn’t good enough, not only do they not sell it, they don’t produce it. That’s why ever since 1982, when the operation...

6 Things You Need to Consider When Replacing Your Golf Stand Bag

Is the old golf stand bag on its last legs? If you can excuse the pun, if your golf bag is on the way out, then it’s time for you to replace it. Before you do, look for the following...

4 Great Picks for Titleist Driver Shafts

Titleist is self-styled as “Golf’s Symbol of Excellence” and the game’s “leading performance equipment brand.” It’s high praise but also not entirely underserved. For 70 years, Titleist has reliably produced golf balls that exceed expectations for quality, flight, and consistency. The...

Why You Need Club Fitting Services Before Looking for TaylorMade Shafts

TaylorMade Golf Company changed the sport entirely with the introduction of the first-ever Metalwood, a wood made, as the name might suggest, from metal. Steel was tougher than traditional wood club heads, and, unsurprisingly, afforded better performance overall. So it’s...

Let’s Talk About MMT Hybrids: Mitsubishi Shafts That Deserve Some Attention

You can scan golf blogs or lists of popular golf shafts for sale for like ten minutes and you’re down to come across some top picks from Mitsubishi Chemical. The TENSEI, Diamana, and Kuro Kage are all frequent flyers on...

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