Wood and Iron Shafts

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Black Diamond Series | Steel Technology

STS Black Diamond

This shaft is used by the three leading OEM Manufacturers in some of their best and most expensive irons under their own private label.

The Black Diamond Steel Shaft from Steel Technology Series integrates a state-of-the-art, stepped design

Frequency modulated for golfers who demand a smooth feel with unmatched consistency.

High Flex tour weighted shaft designed for the low handicap, skilled golfer seeking maximum control, accuracy and a mid/low ball flight pattern.

Produced in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility with the tightest quality control standards.

Compare to True Temper Dynamic Gold

Flaming Copper Series | Steel Technology

The New Flaming Copper

*VIRTUALLY NO SPINE, TOP Grade, Smooth on all 4 quadrants

Seamless AND Stepless! The New Flaming Copper Steel Shaft now from Steel Technology Series. Integrating the state-of-the-art, stemless design, this shaft is frequency modulated for advanced golfers who demand a smooth feel with unmatched consistency.

The Stepless shaft transfers more energy from player to ball than a conventional stepped shaft.

Stepless Design in 4 combination flexes
Responsive solid feel at impact
Shaft type used on PGA Tour
Chrome plated carbon steel construction
Compare to shafts costing 3 times as much
Standard .370 parallel tip diameter Length 42"

Compare to Rifle Stepless

I Drive Black Tour Wood Shaft | I Drive

NOW! exclusively filament wound!

If you are looking for something different in the "shaft world" that really works, look no further than the New 2009 I-Drive Tour Graphite Wood Shaft

All the talk about spine aligning, shaft uniformity, shaft pureing got you confused?

Look at all the benefits from the Seamless Filament Wound I-Drive:

Stability, control & torque resistency, more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. The new I-Drive promotes better launch & spin rate for optimum ball speed and distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds.

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

After many Prototypes and months of R&D we feel the New I-Drive Filament Wound will cause a ripple in the Shaft World!

I Drive Tour Black Iron Shaft | I Drive

NOW! exclusively filament wound!

If you are looking for something different in the "shaft world" that really works, look no further than the New 2009 I-Drive Tour Graphite Iron Shaft

All the talk about spine aligning, shaft uniformity, shaft pureing got you confused?

Look at all the benefits from the Seamless Filament Wound I-Drive:

Stability, control & torque resistency, more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. The new I-Drive promotes better launch & spin rate for optimum ball speed and distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds.

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

After many Prototypes and months of R&D we feel the New I-Drive Filament Wound will cause a ripple in the Shaft World!

I Drive Tour Midnight Blue Iron Shaft | I Drive

NOW! exclusively filament wound!

If you are looking for something different in the "shaft world" that really works, look no further than the New 2009 I-Drive Tour Midnight Blue Graphite Iron Shaft.

All the talk about spine aligning, shaft uniformity, shaft pureing got you confused?

Look at all the benefits from the Seamless Filament Wound I-Drive:

Stability, control & torque resistency, more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. The new I-Drive promotes better launch & spin rate for optimum ball speed and distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds.

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

After many Prototypes and months of R&D we feel the New I-Drive Filament Wound will cause a ripple in the Shaft World!

I Drive Tour Midnight Blue Wood Shaft | I Drive

NOW! exclusively filament wound!

If you are looking for something different in the "shaft world" that really works, look no further than the New 2009 I-Drive Tour Midnight Blue Graphite Wood Shaft.

All the talk about spine aligning, shaft uniformity, shaft pureing got you confused?

Look at all the benefits from the Seamless Filament Wound I-Drive:

Stability, control & torque resistency, more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. The new I-Drive promotes better launch & spin rate for optimum ball speed and distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds.

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

After many Prototypes and months of R&D we feel the New I-Drive Filament Wound will cause a ripple in the Shaft World!

I Drive Tour White Iron Shaft | I Drive

NOW! exclusively filament wound!

If you are looking for something different in the "shaft world" that really works, look no further than the New 2009 I Drive Tour White Graphite Golf Iron Shaft.

All the talk about spine aligning, shaft uniformity, shaft pureing got you confused?

Look at all the benefits from the Seamless Filament Wound I-Drive:

Stability, control & torque resistency, more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. The new I-Drive promotes better launch & spin rate for optimum ball speed and distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds.

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

After many Prototypes and months of R&D we feel the New I-Drive Filament Wound will cause a ripple in the Shaft World!

I Drive Tour White Wood Shaft | I Drive

NOW! exclusively filament wound!

If you are looking for something different in the "shaft world" that really works, look no further than the New 2009 I Drive Tour White Graphite Golf Wood Shaft.

All the talk about spine aligning, shaft uniformity, shaft pureing got you confused?

Look at all the benefits from the Seamless Filament Wound I-Drive:

Stability, control & torque resistency, more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. The new I-Drive promotes better launch & spin rate for optimum ball speed and distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds.

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

After many Prototypes and months of R&D we feel the New I-Drive Filament Wound will cause a ripple in the Shaft World!

MCS 70 Ice Orange Iron Shaft | MCS

Test Drive the New 2009 MCS 70
Filament Wound EXTREME Irons!

The MCS 70 now incorporates filament wound composite technology!

* MCS 70 Ice Orange Iron Shaft is unique in design and material
* Tighter, denser graphite strand fiber structure
* Lighter weight with stronger fiber windings

The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.

Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

MCS 70 Ice Orange Wood Shaft | MCS

Test Drive the New 2009 MCS 70
Filament Wound EXTREME!

The MCS 70 now incorporates filament wound composite technology!

* MCS 70 Ice Orange Wood Shaft is unique in design and material
* Tighter, denser graphite strand fiber structure
* Lighter weight with stronger fiber windings

The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.

Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

MCS 75 Blue Crush Iron Shaft | MCS

Test Drive the New 2009 MCS 75 BLUE CRUSH IRONS!

The MCS 75 now incorporates filament wound composite technology and sets the NEW Standard!

* Major changes/improvements New Color: BLUE CRUSH
* Frequency matched For Swing Speed
* Material Improvements: Higher strain denser carbon fiber used in production
* Tighter tolerances
* Advanced filament wound technology

The MCS 75 Blue Crush Graphite Iron Shaft is the next generation in tour shafts featuring flex technology

The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.

Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

MCS 75 Blue Crush Wood Shaft | MCS

Test Drive the New 2009 MCS-75 BLUE CRUSH!

The MCS 75 now incorporates filament wound composite technology and sets the NEW Standard!

* Major changes/improvements New Color: BLUE CRUSH
* Frequency matched For Swing Speed
* Material Improvements: Higher strain denser carbon fiber used in production
* Tighter tolerances
* Advanced filament wound technology

The MCS 75 Blue Crush Graphite Wood Shaft is the next generation in tour shafts featuring flex technology

The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.

Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

MCS Power E=MC Iron Shaft | MCS

Test Drive the New 2009 MCS E=MC2 "GREEN MONSTER" Filament Wound!

The MCS E=MC2 now incorporates filament wound composite technology!

MAKE OTHERS GREEN WITH "ENVY"
Feel the Heat!

* Major changes/improvements New Color: Emerald Green
* Frequency matched For Swing Speed
* Material Improvements: Higher strain denser carbon fiber Layers used in production
* Fine Tunes a Skilled Player's game and allows him to reach the next level of Performance
* Tighter Shot Dispersion (with minimal spin for optimal distance)
* Remarkable Stability/Resistance to Bending
* Consistant Circumference and Taper Profile
* Advanced filament wound technology

Our newest and latest introduction for the tour player and better amateur. The MCS POWER E=MC2 Graphite Golf Iron Shaft features exclusive Micro Flex Technology. This offers the player enhanced performance and feel. Production standards produce a consistent circumference and taper profile which creates a shaft with uniform flex and feel from tip to butt.
The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.

Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

MCS Power E=MC Wood Shaft | MCS

Test Drive the New 2009 MCS E=MC2 "GREEN MONSTER" Filament Wound!

The MCS E=MC2 now incorporates filament wound composite technology!

MAKE OTHERS GREEN WITH "ENVY"
Feel the Heat!

* Major changes/improvements New Color: Emerald Green
* Frequency matched For Swing Speed
* Material Improvements: Higher strain denser carbon fiber Layers used in production
* Fine Tunes a Skilled Player's game and allows him to reach the next level of Performance
* Tighter Shot Dispersion (with minimal spin for optimal distance)
* Remarkable Stability/Resistance to Bending
* Consistant Circumference and Taper Profile
* Advanced filament wound technology

Our newest and latest introduction for the tour player and better amateur. The MCS POWER E=MC2 Graphite Wood Shaft features exclusive Micro Flex Technology. This offers the player enhanced performance and feel. Production standards produce a consistent circumference and taper profile which creates a shaft with uniform flex and feel from tip to butt.
The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.

Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.

Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle

Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds

What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.

True Temper Steel Iron | True Temper

True Temper Steel Iron Shaft

* Affordable steel shaft from True Temper - the leading manufacturer of steel shafts - used by many original equipment manufacturers.
* Conventional step pattern with feel and performance of traditional steel.
* Bend Point: High
True Temper Steel Wood | True Temper

True Temper Steel Iron Shaft

* Affordable steel shaft from True Temper - the leading manufacturer of steel shafts - used by many original equipment manufacturers.
* Conventional step pattern with feel and performance of traditional steel.
* Bend Point: High