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Tensei CK Blue Golf Shaft

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MRC Golf Launches the new brand of Tensei Shafts, to now sit side by side with some other popular shaft brands such as Kuro Kage, Diamana, Fubuki & Bassara to name a few. The word Tensei in Japanese means “transformation” in English. It’s major difference from typical shafts is the amount of different materials it contains. While most shafts contain …

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Kuro Kage Black TiNi Wood Shafts

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Stemming from the success of the Silver TiNi series, Kuro Kage has recently released a new version of it with a own unique bend profile to fit the demanding needs of golfers. For those looking for stiffer butt, but more flexible tip Kuro Kage launched the Black TiNi series. This new shaft has a noticeably stiffer tip section, which provides …

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Fujikura Speeder Evolution Shafts

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Hey everyone, and thanks for stopping by – we’ve got some new shafts released by Fujikura to share with you for the 2015 golf season. These new shafts continue to use the proprietary ENSO tech from the legendary Speeder series, but with ‘advanced materials’ in the specific sections of the shaft known to help contribute to swing speed. For these …

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Kuro Kage Black HBP Profile

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Profile – This latest from Mitsubishi Rayon is the Kuro Kage Black HBP – but it isn’t exactly new to the market. This shaft has been on the market for sometime, and this re-make of it offers a Higher Balance Point – hence the HBP. This shaft has a particularly interesting bend profile – one that starts stiff at the butt, …

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Aldila Tour Green & Tour Blue Shaft Profiles

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Profile – This latest offering from Aldila for the 2014 season are the Tour Blue and Tour Green shafts that were launched in the fall of 2013, and are just now coming out in full force with a variety of weights. These shafts differ from each other almost solely in their tip strength. The Blue has a softer tip that …

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Aldila RIP Trinity Shaft Profile

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Profile – This latest offering from Aldila for the 2013 season does away with the skull and cross-bones look and for the first time combines all three Aldila patented design technologies – the RIP, S-Core Technology & Micro Laminate.  These three technologies are found in varying degrees in some of the hottest shafts on Tour – like the Aldila Rip & …

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Aldila RIP Phenom Shaft Profile

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Profile – The Aldila RIP Phenom shaft is the next generation of the RIP line, even though it was originally tested on tour and disguised as the RIP Beta. Much like the Beta, the Phenom features a mid-high ball flight, but stands in a different category altogether when it comes to feel. The Phenom combines a firm butt, stiff tip and …

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Fujikura FUEL Shaft Profile

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Profile – The Fujikura FUEL shaft is the birth child of a new Fujikura technology for measuring shaft performance using the Enso fitting system. This is the same technology that was used to film Gollum in the Lord of the Rings and the apes from the Planet of the Apes remake. Fujikura applies sensors at strategic points on a shaft …

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Mitsubishi Fubuki K-Series Shaft Profile

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Profile – Mitsubishi Rayon has recently released their latest addition to the Fubuki series of premium wood golf shafts. Players like Lucas Glover and David Love III initially tested this latest shaft –the Fubuki K Series – earlier this year. Results have shown this new shaft to launch the ball on a slightly lower ball trajectory than …