Shafts from United Sports Technology provide ideal metrics, fulfilling the needs of individual players to a large extent. UST shafts have won several PGA tours and its revolutionary Proforce V2 graphite shaft uses 4-axis weave technology that improves distance and accuracy; the two most important factors in golf sport.
This propriety technology from UST allows their shafts to provide unmatched shot consistency.
Today, the driver design is changing rapidly; moving towards larger heads which provides golfers increased hit ability. These new head designs typically have their center of gravity shifted; away from the middle which heightens the chance of the shaft to twist on impact. Aldila shafts are engineered to negate such twists. Aldila's VS Proto, Voodoo and NV series shafts offer unparalleled performance and feel, due to its proprietary Nanotube infused resin technology. These shafts are highly tolerant, responsive and offer maximum distance and accuracy by minimizing cross sectional deformation.
Its RIP series offers shafts that possess low spin & torque attributes and increased tip stability. Its highly enhanced performance attributes are due to RIP Technology, which uses composite engineering process to create a unique flex profile for maximum distance and accuracy.
As mentioned above, the trend these days is towards larger heads. This in turn puts undue pressure on the shaft. Steel shafts aggravate this issue further. However, Motore F1 series from Fujikura shafts complement large club heads perfectly due to its H.I.T. technology, which typically accumulates energy during the swing and releases the same at the time of impact, maintaining impeccable control.
Fujikura Rombax shafts on the other hand use patented Triax Material Technology, also called braided box-weave design which makes sure that there are no 'passive zones' in any section of the shaft.