The goal was to create faster ball speeds all across the face, which we did, and the answer comes from a thinner, lighter, more robust 455 carpenter steel face, giving you more consistent distance and playability. Those are always good, but especially so in a fairway wood.
Here’s the quick 3-step process. Step 1: Increase or decrease loft in 1° increments (up to +2° or down -1°) to optimize launch angle and spin. Step 2: Adjust to a Draw or Neutral bias to optimize shot shape. Step 3: Hit absolute bombs off the tee, maximizing distance with more accuracy. Players really seem to like step 3.
It precisely locates CG for more consistent launch, spin and distance across the face.
This is a new lightweight, premium shaft offering from Mitsubishi, makers of some of the most trusted shafts on Tour. The new design increases energy transfer, resulting in more ball speed while delivering higher launch for low spin, with a smooth, consistent feel.
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