Shaft & Grip Reviews

Shaft & Grip Reviews

Pros: FLT shafts use a flighted design, which helps golfers launch their long irons higher and with more spin. The FLT short-iron shafts provide a more penetrating...

The Tensei CK Pro White is the latest release from Mitsubishi Rayon Composites (MRC), a low-launch, low-spin shaft with a multi-material design that the company says improves...

Pros: A simple, powerful family of premium shafts. Each of the three Speed Rulz models (Type A, Type B and Type C) uses a...

Pros: The Hi-Rev 2 adds approximately 250 rpm more spin than the original. The 610 is impressively stable and low-launching for high-spinning wedge shaft. Cons: They're $43.95 each. Shaft weight...

Review: First let me say a couple things..first it took me a bit longer to get a Fair bit of play on FIRM ground...as its...

By Todd Hibbert, GolfWRX Moderator The Graphite Design Tour BB 6S -- the Blue Bullet  I had not been in a Graphite Design driver shaft for years, really back to the...

Review by member: MTF I find myself reading a lot of reviews from GolfWRX but I rarely post a review.  I felt the need to...

Review by: Willpeoples of GolfWRX OK guys I finally got a chance to review one of these. The phenom was created simulatenously as the RIP...

Pros: Mitsubishi's Diamana W-Series has similar launch and spin characteristics to its predecessor, the 'ahina. Its newly designed butt section that gives the shaft a...

Shaft technology is complicated to most. Kick points, tip section, torque, high modulus materials, single walled carbon nanotubes and the like make you wonder...

Pros: Four distinct driver shaft profiles are available in a wide range of flexes. Paderson's filament-wound construction (used in three profiles) offers a unique feel....

When most equipment aficionados think of Graphite Design shafts, the first model that comes to mind is "the orange one," officially known as the...

Pros: For a lightweight graphite iron shaft (104 grams), the xi's feel extremely stable. They reduce vibration compared to steel shafts, and offered slightly more...

Pros: The stiffest of Graphite Design's Tour AD shafts. Compared to similar shafts, the GP is impressively smooth and stable. Available in a wide range of...

Pros: Cool graphics and a smooth feel that's consistent in both models. Cons: High price ($349). Bottom Line: Need to hit it lower? Try the Tour Green. Need to...

One of our favorite subjects on GolfWRX is shafts. They're very confusing to most people, but golfers who get fitted and know what works...

Pros: The Basileus Fiamma is a gorgeously eye-catching shaft with design features that benefit a quick and compact swing. High modulus carbon materials make the...

19th Hole

Don’t activate the slope feature. Keep that cover on. Do whatever you gotta do. Such has been the refrain for caddies using laser rangefinders...