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#1 gopher59



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Posted 06 March 2014 - 11:41 AM

Just how would you rate the quality of Yarnway shats compared to a Project XV shaft?

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 04:01 PM

View Postgopher59, on 06 March 2014 - 11:41 AM, said:

Just how would you rate the quality of Yarnway shats compared to a Project XV shaft?

Yarnway, AKA U-Known Composites, is a major shaft production company in China that has not in the past made shafts under their own name.  They are like several of the larger graphite shaft companies that manufacture shafts for OEMs with the OEMs name on them and do not choose to get into the branded shaft business as do the companies like Aldila, True Temper, etc and so on.  They currently are a major supplier of graphite shafts for Taylor Made and Callaway, producing many of the stock shafts with the TM and Callaway names on them.  Before Royal Precision was swallowed up by True Temper, U-Known/Yarnway used to make all of the RP graphite shafts as well.  They manufacture my S2S shaft designs and they also manufacture all of Robin Arthur's AXE brand shafts.   They are a quality shaft maker for sure.  

Curious to know how you heard of them since they have not marketed shafts under their own company name in the past.   So they have pretty much only been known by people in the golf industry who design and source graphite shafts for their companies.


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Posted 06 March 2014 - 04:49 PM

My Outward Nine set (GG's house brand a few years back) had graphite shafts on the woods that were branded Outward Nine by Yarnway.


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