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Aldila: En Fuego Series: With three models to choose from, the En Fuego line features Micro-Laminate Technology and a high center of gravity. (Serrano model pictured.) Grafalloy ProLaunch Platinum: Smart-Ply fiber makes the ProLaunch Platinum stable and acts as a powerful lever through the impact zone. UST/Mamiya Attas: Features a unique four-axis weave structure for superior performance in a premium, Tour-inspired shaft.
Apollo Masterflex HP48: A lightweight, high-modulus shaft that produces more speed and a flatter, more penetrating trajectory. Fujikura Motore: The Motore has developed a strong following for its ability to retain power and achieve significant control. New for 2010 is the Motore Speeder. Oban Devotion: The wide selection of Devotion shafts are finely tuned to create longer, straighter and more consistent drives for any skill level.
Graphite Design Tour AD YSQ Ultra-light: A revamped and lighter version (45g) of the popular YSQ shaft, already known for exceptional distance and control. Mitsubishi Fubuki: Replete with a white finish and ninja stars, the Fubuki’s Modulus Differential Technology holds court among other elite models. Project X Wood: The über-popular steel-shaft brand’s first foray into high-performance carbon-fiber driver and wood shafts.


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