All golf club shafts are not created equal. I learned first hand when I was doing extensive equipment testing with Leith Anderson of the Golf Lab that even identical-looking shafts from the same company, with the same frequency and flex specification, can vary significantly. And then, of course, the club performance will vary as well.
So I’m picky about the shafts I use in my long drive clubs and in my playing driver.
A few years ago a new shaft company called “House of Forged” burst on the long drive scene and proceeded to notch a win in the World Long Drive Championship. I got a chance to experiment with House of Forged shafts and there’s no denying the quality and reliability. I have them in a couple of long drive clubs, and I use House of Forged in my playing driver.
A short while ago the founder of House of Forged, Robert Kent, paid a visit to my office (the range) to work with some of our local long drivers. I grabbed Bob for an impromptu interview. Bob is very knowledgeable and articulate, and I think you’ll find his insights thought-provoking.
Hey, just because I’m a bit out of commission with the torn rotator cuff doesn’t mean that I’m not constantly learning at every opportunity. Anything for that slight edge …
Here is the interview with Bob.
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