Does Mitsubishi make golf shafts?
Mitsubishi is dedicated to designing and developing the highest performing composite golf shafts for discerning golfers everywhere. They not only manufacture the golf shaft, but all of the critical raw materials that make up the golf shaft.
How do I know what golf shaft is right for me?
Which flex rating you use will depend on the type of swing you have. For example, beginners and those with less powerful swings tend to use a shaft with greater flexibility to propel the ball more. On the other hand, if a player has a high and powerful swing speed, they will require a stiffer shaft with less flex.
What is the best golf shaft for a driver?
Here are the best driver shafts to add distance and accuracy to your game.
- Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Series (Best Driver Shafts Overall) First up on our list of best driver shafts is the Mitsubishi Tensei shafts.
- Fujikura Ventus Black.
- Project X HZRDUS Smoke Shaft.
- Project X EvenFlow.
- KBS TD Graphite.
What are the specs for a Diamana 12 shaft?
I am getting on a bit now, hcp is 12 with driver swing speed +/-90 and ball speed +/- 130. It seems to me that there is a substantial difference in performance between the shafts with more of a mid kick point and stiffer tip in the Kai’li but I would like to look at the specs.
What are specs for Titleist blue Diamana shaft?
Can anyone give me specs or direct me to where I can find the specs to help me understand the difference between the Titleist blue Diamana Kai’li shaft on the 910 range, the replacement Titleist Diamana S+ on the 913 range and the replacement of that the Titleist Diamana S+ on the 915 range.
Why is Diamana golf trusted by the pros?
Diamana™ continues to be a proven performer trusted by many pros because of its consistency and ability to deliver under pressure. And, most importantly, because we never stop improving it as we develop new, advanced materials.
What’s the difference between kai’li and Diamana shaft?
It seems to me that there is a substantial difference in performance between the shafts with more of a mid kick point and stiffer tip in the Kai’li but I would like to look at the specs. I am currently using the 915 3/5 and rescue but not the driver.