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At The Club House we give you every yard that you deserve. Most golfers want to shoot a lower score; they are their own measure of improvement. Equipment change can improve your game.

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International Clubmaker's Guild: Fully Certified Clubmaker

Professional Clubmakers Society:
Class "A" Clubmaker

 

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GolfWorks - Maltby Clubmaking Academy:
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Mitchell Golf Equipment Institute:
Club Performance Fitting Specialist

Professional Clubmakers Society:
Advanced fitting School

Dynacraft Clubmaking Institute: Complete Fitting, Clubmaking and Repair
 

April 2018

Accuracy, feel explain why some PGA Tour players have gone to heavier driver shafts

There was some heavy lifting happening at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters and Farmers Insurance Open.

Sergio Garcia won in Qatar using a 100-gram Mitsubishi Diamana White Board shaft in his TaylorMade SLDR driver. Gary Woodland, meanwhile, was in contention to the very end at Torrey Pines with a 102-gram Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Blue Board. The hefty driver shafts are indicative of a movement, by some, away from the lighter weight shafts that have made inroads on tour the past few years.

It is easy to understand why drivers with lighter shafts became popular. One of the biggest benefits to tour players in the quest for distance has been the arrival of lightweight graphite shafts that could withstand the stress delivered by high swing speeds. The lighter the shaft, the faster the club can be swung. The faster the club is moving, the farther the ball goes. It is why the most popular weight for driver shaft-weights on the PGA Tour is still in the mid-60-gram range, with some players having tried shafts less than 50 grams.

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