Are Diamana shafts good?

The Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited Edition found its way into the bags of some of the best players in the world for very good reason. It’s a solid shaft that produces consistently straight, penetrating ball flights, and packs a mean punch in the distance department if you have the swing for it.

Are Diamana shafts graphite?

Mitsubishi Diamana Thump Hybrid Shafts – Graphite – . The Thump Hybrid is both a mid-low launch and ball spin shaft.

Are Mitsubishi Chemical shafts good?

The Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei CK Pro Shaft tends to be preferred by stronger players due to a few key characteristics. Its stability melds well with the maximum feel this shaft provides, which gives feedback to experienced players who are looking to feel their swing without sacrificing any control.

Does Mitsubishi make golf shafts?

Mitsubishi is dedicated to designing and developing the highest performing composite golf shafts for discerning golfers everywhere. They not only manufacture the golf shaft, but all of the critical raw materials that make up the golf shaft.

What shaft does Tiger Woods use in his driver?

Tiger Woods uses a TaylorMade SIM (9 degrees) driver with a Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 60 TX shaft.

Is Kuro Kage a good shaft?

Smooth, easy to load, with a nice firm tip. And, as you’ll see below, the performance was excellent. As I said at the beginning, the Kuro Kage is being offered at a much lower price than Mitsubishi’s Diamana series. The wood shafts can be purchased for $175, and the hybrid shafts retail for $80.

What weight shaft should I use for my driver?

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.

How good are Mitsubishi golf shafts?

The MMT Iron shafts have a wonderful overall feel that invokes confidence. During slower, warm up type air swings, the shaft had a balanced, solid feel. When I cranked up the speed, a stiffer butt revealed itself. Adding a ball into the mix, the tip section with its 304 stainless mesh felt stable with a low kick point.

Is tensei a good shaft?

The on-course performance I saw with the Mitsubishi Tensei Blue shaft was excellent. If you want the technical explanation, this is the result of MRC using a low resin content prepreg in the lower third of the shaft. The result is more consistent performance and tighter dispersion.

What shaft does Rory McIlroy use?

Designed for better players, they are perfectly suited to life on tour with a strong and penetrating ball flight that Rory can take advantage of on longer holes. His three wood is fitted with a Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro White 80 TX shaft while the five wood has a Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro White 90 TX shaft.

Does Tiger Woods use a regular shaft in his driver?

Q: Does Tiger Woods use Regular or Stiff Shafts? Tiger Woods consistently hits distances of more than 305 yards. In most cases, he uses a regular shaft for his driver.

When does the new Mitsubishi Diamana shaft come out?

The new Mitsubishi Diamana Blueboard, Whiteboard, and Redboard models are arriving soon (October 2014). Watch this space for details on the most popular shaft model ever played on Tour.

Which is the best shaft in the Diamana series?

The lowest torque and heaviest weight in the Diamana series, the Diamana Blue Board 103 is the most extreme choice for the strongest players who want to increase control, consistency, and accuracy off the tee. Also excellent as a fairway wood shaft to complement a lighter driver shaft. $275.

What are the new Mitsubishi performance shaft guide?

The 2021 Performance Shaft Guide is now available. Take a minute to check out all the new featured shafts including Diamana™ TB, TENSEI™ Pro White 1K, and MMT™ Iron Shafts. Current #WinCount: 510.

Which is the 2nd generation Diamana Redboard shaft?

The new 2nd Generation Redboard is now out. The Diamana ‘ilima is a lower spin version of the Redboard for players looking to lower spin while still maintaining the high carry/launch characteristics of the Redboard. For a shaft profile comparison chart of the Blue Board, Red Board, and Bassara, click here.