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So, how do you come up with the next big thing – the latest and greatest shaft that every golfer will love? No problem, right? Well in reality, it takes a lot of hard work...

Graphite is an "anisotropic" material, meaning the stiffness and strength properties are greater in the fiber direction than they are in any other direction. For most graphite shafts...

Having spent the last ten years of my life designing and developing golf equipment for the best players in the world, I have come to realize that shaft fitting is the most important and over looked aspect out on tour. I have worked with players on all the US tours - PGA, Nationwide, Champions, LPGA, Japan, European and Euro Asian. And there is one thing they all have in common; the desire to find a product that will bring them victory.

With the premise that golfers would benefit from playing a low torque shaft, the question facing UST Mamiya engineers is how to design them so that Tour pros and average golfers can actually get them airborne with the most amount of feel. Proforce Tip Technology The answer rests in our Proforce Tip Technology's more responsive tip section. With our Proforce Tip Technology, we ...

When searching for the right golf shaft, players consider specifications such as weight, torque, launch angle, and price. It is taken for granted that the shaft is durable, and will not fail as long as the club is in use. At UST Mamiya, we are committed to ensuring our customers the absolute best, most durable product to instill peace of mind about the shafts they play.

Those who spend time watching competitive golf on television or in person by now recognize the fact that the colorful Proforce V2 is being played by a growing number of Tour pros. So, what’s the big deal with this latest high performance golf shaft from UST Mamiya? That is the question UST Mamiya is getting asked a lot these days.

Hickory? Steel? As with anything, technologies progress and the next “big thing” comes along. Hickory was the material choice for shafts in the beginning of golf and consistency of the product was difficult to achieve.