Category Archives: Shafts

The Challenge of Shaft Fitting – Part 2 – The current shaft fitting process

Introduction In Part 1 we highlighted the lack of relevant shaft information coming from the shaft manufacturers. In Part 2 we want to focus attention on the limitations of the current shaft fitting process. This includes fitting methods and analysers … Continue reading

The Challenge of Shaft Fitting – Part 1 – A lack of shaft information

Introduction This is the the first in a series of posts related to the whole topic of shaft fitting and the  challenges facing club fitters. It highlights the lack of useful information from the shaft manufacturers. Confusing jargon in adverts … Continue reading

Seven Golf Shaft Myths

The last remaining uncharted territory for golf equipment and the main barrier to successful clubfitting is undoubtedly the golf shaft. It’s a subject of great interest, widely discussed by golfers, but one which is surrounded by controversy, myths and misleading … Continue reading

The Power Transfer from Balance Certified ….Impressive !

Balance Certified (BC) generally launch at least one new product at the PGA Show. This year they had two to show us, one of which is the Power Transfer shaft insert, designed to fit into the butt end of a driver … Continue reading

The Harrison Shotmaker – Driving accuracy in a tube !

In the first of a series of posts highlighting significant new technology at this years PGA Merchandising Show we focus on the Harrison Shotmaker, the subject of much forum discussion on the web and a product which MyGolfspy labs recently … Continue reading

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