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The Tour AD MJ Series was designed with a Firm Butt progressing into the Mid part of the shaft creating a softer Tip that produces a Snapping Effect. The dynamics that produces reasonable vibration thru impact minimizing missed shots off the tee. The softer tip generates Low Spin rates resulting in High Trajectory ball flight, farther carry without compromising control. The shaft that guarantee maximum trajectory, control long distance. Preferred shafts by Tour players in JGTO and JLPGA. Tour AD series - Perfected the pursuit for A C C U R A C Y & D I S T A N C E.
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Graphite design tour ad mj driver shaft, by russ ryden, fit2score, a dallas fort worth club fitter & club maker the golf center at the highlands, carrollton texas.
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Graphite Design Tour AD MJ Wood Shaft - Full Description
The Tour AD MJ utilizes premium, aerospace quality 50t carbon-fiber materials to provide the best performing shaft available. Designed with a softer tip and stiffer mid to butt section to promote a higher launch condition and low/mid spin, the Tour AD MJ also utilizes the 3rd generation version of the Toray NANOALLOY material technology known as “DI Technology” in the tip section of the shaft for additional shaft stability, exceptional feel and precise ball control. Try the new Tour AD MJ, it might just make a MAJOR impact on your game today.
TECHNOLOGY & FEATURES
- Toray Composites Nanoalloy material for stability
- 50 ton ultra premium carbon fiber
- Designed to promote Low to Mid launch angles with Low ball spin rates.
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Graphite Design Tour AD HD Shaft Review
- BY Tony Covey
- Nov 30th 2020
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Graphite Design Tour AD HD Key Takeaways
- The Graphite Design Tour AD HD is the evolution of the Tour AD MT.
- It has a mid-launch/low-spin profile.
- Street price is $379 and it’s available now.
The Graphite Design Tour AD HD can reasonably be described as a modernization of the Tour AD MT profile. It shouldn’t be considered a replacement.
As I’ve said with every Graphite Design release I’ve covered, the company prefers to extend the line rather than replace models. Graphite Design likes to keep the catalog intact for fitters who have grown comfortable with certain designs knowing it can take a couple of years for a new shaft to catch on.
It’s also true that while the profile of the Tour AD HD is similar to the AD MT, there’s likely enough differentiation between the two that the older model may perform better for some golfers.
Tour AD HD – What’s New
As we’ve come to expect from Graphite Design, what’s new with the Tour AD HD boils down to slight tweaks in the profile made possible by the inclusion of TORAYCA M40X graphite prepreg in the mid and tip sections of the shaft. Graphite Design first used the material in last season’s Tour AD XC and it’s reasonable to assume it will be a staple of Graphite Design shafts moving forward.
In an effort to avoid the quagmire of a deeper material discussion, the simple- ish version is that M40X offers a rare combination of high-tensile modulus and high-tensile strength.
Finer technical points aside, Graphite Design says the material allows them to better tune stiffness without increasing weight. The payoff for the golfer is increased loading of shaft and ultimately more speed at impact .
Combine that with T1100G in the tip section and, according to Graphite Design, you get stability without loss of feel.
It should go without saying that your actual mileage may vary based on how well the shaft fits your swing.
Graphite Design Tour AD HD Options
Like other AD shafts, the Tour AD HD is designed and manufactured in Japan. The company describes the AD HD as having a mid-launch, low-spin profile. As is typical for Graphite Design, it is available in a broad range of weights and flexes – everything from a 40-gram R2 (senior flex) to an 80-gram TX (Tour X-stiff).
Graphite Design Tour AD HD Cosmetics
It’s one thing to say the cosmetics of the shaft don’t impact performance; it’s quite another to say they don’t matter. We all like what we like and may lean towards one shaft over another because of it. That’s just how it is.
So, with that said, the new colorway is probably my favorite of the Tour AD line (though I liked the Tour AD VR as well). Unless you’re a Duke fan or you plan on pairing it with an electric green Callaway Epic, there’s nothing not to like graphically. It’s aqua (maybe teal) on white. I’d describe it as frosted matte. Graphite Design calls it matte clearcoat. Semantics aside, I’d say it’s definitely not glossy but not flat, either.
Tour AD HD Data – Powered by COOL CLUBS S3
We’ve partnered with Cool Clubs , one of the golf industry’s leading custom fitting companies, to bring you shaft reviews powered by its Shaft Simulation System (S3) .
Not only does S3 give us standardized quantitative information about the shaft(s) being reviewed but the data we share will provide you with a much better sense of how those shafts compare with similarly spec’d offerings on the market.
Keep in mind there’s no agreed-upon industry standard to define each section of the shaft so it’s not uncommon for S3 classifications to differ from manufacturer stated-specs. S3 data allows for uniform comparisons across manufacturers.
For this comparison, we wanted to see how the new Tour AD HD differs from last season’s Tour AD XC as well as the best-selling shaft in the Graphite Design lineup , the Tour AD IZ. For this comparison, we looked at stiff flex models in the 60-gram range.
Tour AD HD Launch Characteristics
The dark gray line represents the S3 database average for stiff flex shafts in the 60- to 70-gram weight range. The light gray line represents a neutral profile, is effectively the baseline for a mid-launch profile.
With launch characteristics that place it nearly on the neutral line, within the S3 database, the Tour AD HD is classified as a MID launch shaft.
The following chart compares the stiffness of the Graphite Design Tour AD HD in the butt, mid and tip sections to the S3 database average of stiff flex shafts in the 60- to 70-gram range.
The following chart compares the balance point of the Graphite Design Tour AD IZ to the S3 database average of stiff flex shafts in the 60- 70-gram range.
The Tour AD HD has a lower than average balance point. This tells us that the shaft should not be considered counterbalanced. As you may recall from our Golf Geeks Story on Shaft Performance , a higher balance point allows for more head weight without drastically impacting the swingweight. For golfers seeking more distance (admittedly often at the expense of accuracy), this allows drivers to be built to longer playing lengths.
Conversely, I suppose it’s reasonable to describe non-counterbalanced shafts as more conventional.
Tour AD HD Swing Speed Recommendations
The chart below provides swing speed recommendations for the entire Tour AD HD lineup.
Note that these recommendations are based on the full range of Cool Clubs ‘ building and fitting capabilities, including factors such as tipping and build length which can cause a shaft to play either softer or stiffer.
To simplify things a bit, you may wish to narrow these ranges. The sweet spot from a fitting perspective begins 25 percent from the slow end of the range. As a general rule, players with faster tempos, particularly in transition, may fit into a stiff flex while smoother swingers often fit into a softer flex.
Finally, we looked in S3 for shafts with similar specifications across key parameters (profile, weight, torque, etc.). Not surprisingly, the most similar shafts in the database include the Tour AD BB, Tour AD GT and Tour AD XC . This isn’t particularly surprising, though it’s worth repeating that differences within the Tour AD line tend to be subtle but appreciable.
Graphite Design Tour AD HD Availability and Pricing
The Graphite Design Tour AD HD shaft is available now through fitters and Graphite Design resellers. MSRP is $500, though the actual street price should be less than $380.
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Great review Tony. Keep up the good work. I’ll give it a hit, love GD shafts.
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TESTED! Graphite Design Tour AD Shafts
There is little doubt that the Graphite Design Tour AD line of shafts are known for performance and quality. With their vast lineup of offerings, we get a lot of questions asking about the differences between models. It is time for another TESTED! where we put the gear to the test and show the swings and data and then break it down for you.
We took out the variables of grip, length and club head and hit them all against each other and break down the data to show you what the differences are between the different lines. Six different Graphite Design Tour AD shafts as well as two more from the MAD lineup made this a fun one to tackle.
Tour AD DI Tour AD IZ Tour AD MJ Tour AD VR Tour AD HD Tour ADXC MAD MAD Pro
Each shaft was put to the test with the brand new Callaway Epic Speed driver head. We rotated the head around the different shafts rather than use different heads. Each shaft was gripped with a Golf Pride Tour Velvet, as well as cut to play at exactly 45 inches in length.
Lots of swings were taken and every data point recorded on the Foresight GCQuad in the THP Tech Studio. The video below features a break down of the different shafts as well as all of the data averages taken from the swings.
Do you play Graphite Design Tour AD shafts now? If so which one? If not, which model do you think will best suit you based on the information above? If you like the content above, do not forget to subscribe to THP TV so you never miss a new episode of TESTED! or any of our other videos that come out.
For more information on their entire lineup of shafts, check out their at www.proschoicegolfshafts.com
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Graphite Design Tour AD GT: Editor Review
Pros: Extremely smooth, and stable. The mix of blue, white and silver looks awesome.
Cons: Costs as much as most new drivers — $380.
Bottom Line: The Tour AD-GT shaft is a great extension of the Tour AD line, providing all of the smoothness Graphite Design is known for in a profile that’s slightly softer than the company’s low-launch, low-spin Tour AD BB shaft . That makes it great for players who need more spin, or as a fairway wood shaft for players who enjoy the BB in their driver.
With the addition of the GT, Graphite Design’s premium line of Tour AD Shafts now comes in four different profiles.
The company’s best-known shaft, the Tour AD DI, is the orange-and-white model that has been used for several years by Tiger Woods. The company’s next most-popular shaft, the Tour AD BB, is the company’s lowest-launching, lowest-spinning shaft.
Graphite Design’s Tour AD DJ is a slightly spinnier version of the DI. That means it’s a good fairway wood shaft for golfer’s who like the feel of the DI in their driver, and also works for golfers who don’t spin the ball enough with the DI.
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The GT has the same relationship to the BB. But while it’s slightly softer than the BB, it’s slightly stiffer than the DJ, providing a lower trajectory with less spin.
According to Graphite Design, the GT has a mid-trajectory, while maintaining an optimal amount of spin.
The GT is available in five different flexes, from R2 to X, and four different weights, from 50 to 80 grams. Like the rest of the Tour AD line, the GT sells for around $380.
I’ve been a fan of Graphite Design shafts for a very long time. Years ago, I loved the company’s “Tour AD Quattro Tech” shaft so much that no matter the driver head I was playing, that pretty green shaft would be in it.
Through the years, I’ve experimented with pretty much every high-end shaft made, from prototypes to retail, and have always come back to a Graphite Design shaft in my driver. There’s something about the feel that has always worked well for me.
Recently I’ve been playing the Graphite Design Tour AD DI. I’ve loved everything about it and have actually had it in play for the last three years.
Although I did a little experimenting with the Tour AD DJ and BB, I always went back to the DI. It wasn’t so much the ball flight changes or spin differences between the shafts, as I found them minimal for myself. My confidence in the DI had grown so much and I had come to build so much trust in it, it was hard for me to make a complete change. Yet when the Tour AD GT came out, like the DJ and BB, I had to give it a try.
I was really pleased with the smoothness of the shaft through the impact area. It was slightly more tip stiff than the DI, but in no way had a boardy feeling. My clubmaker built it exactly to the same CPM’s that I had in my other Miura SIT 460 driver with the DI, so I was comparing apples to apple. And the differences were genuinely noticeable
I found the trajectory to be a tad lower with the GT — about 1 degree on a launch monitor — but I was still able to get quite a bit of carry with it. What I particularly enjoyed about the GT was that no matter how hard I swung, the shaft never felt overpowered. I’ve never been one to believe the torque numbers that shaft companies specify, but according to the Graphite Design website, the GT 6X that I tested has 3.1 degrees of torque in a 46 inch shaft (I tested it at 45.5 inches).
The past months of testing have also proven to me the workability of the GT. Although I have a Tour AD DI set up identically in a Miura SIT 460, I’ve found the ability to control my trajectory a bit more simpler in the GT over the DI.
Spin numbers have also been great with the GT — about 200 to 300 rpms lower and very consistent — and the extra yards I’ve been getting out of my driver have been extremely pleasing.
Looks and Feel
The GT has the familiar AD paint job in a lustrous blue color with white rings, and the blue fades to a silver blue towards the butt. I can’t lie, as ridiculous as it may sound, one of the features that immediately grabbed me wanting to try it was the color. I love the looks of the shaft!
Graphite Design has produced another super shaft with the Tour AD GT. Its feel, workability and playability have been astounding. Even the looks of it, which initially grabbed my attention, are sweet!
Anyone who’s played and liked Graphite Design shafts in the past will immediately find a familiar smoothness in the GT, however, it’s bumped up a few notches. The GT is a true tribute to the Graphite Design ideals of never letting a shaft hit the market that doesn’t excel in feel.
If you get a chance to try a friend’s driver with a GT or if your clubmaker stocks them, do yourself a favor and give it a swing. I highly recommend it as one of the best new shafts of the year.
Build Specs for Graphite Design Tour AD GT 6X
Club head: Miura SIT Driver (9 degrees, D3 swing weight)
Cut weight: 67.5 grams
Length: 45.5 inches (Installed untipped)
Installed at Aloha Golf Center, Graphite Design specialist in the State of Hawaii.
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Titleist launches new Vokey WedgeWorks 60 “A” grind wedge
The menu of grind options just got more expansive for Titleist Vokey WedgeWorks consumers, with the addition of a “60A” wedge to the lineup.
Previously, Vokey offered seven main grind options for players with various needs :
- T Grind: The narrowest sole option, which is widely used by PGA Tour players, and has low bounce
- L Grind: The lowest bounce option, with heel, toe and trailing edge relief for maximum versatility
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- M Grind: A versatile grind that’s for players who want to open and close the face for various shots
- D Grind: A higher-bounce wedge that’s for players with a steep swing angle, but want to play shots from various club orientations
- K Grind: The highest-bounce wedge option, with heel, toe and trailing edge relief for versatility
Titleist has now added the “A” grind, which has actually already been played on the PGA Tour by golfers such as Tom Kim, who used an A-grind to win three times on the PGA Tour, Wyndham Clark, who won the U.S. Open using an A-grind, and Max Homa, who used an A-grind at the 2023 Open Championship.
According to Titleist, the Vokey WedgeWorks 60A wedge is a low-bounce option that’s for golfers with a shallow angle of attack, and who play in firmer conditions. It has a “smoothed-out” sole for a faster feel through the turf, helping some golfers slide under the ball easier at impact.
“The most important club for me, probably in my bag, is this A grind,” Clark said, according to a Titleist press release. “I use the SM9 60-degree A grind, which is a low bounce 60 that is very versatile. I’m able to – on tight lies, rough, wet lies, firm lies, whatever it is – hit the shot I want, and with the amount of spin I want, trajectory and everything.”
Apparently, Geoff Ogilvy played a large part in the A-grind coming to life.
“I spoke with Geoff (Ogilvy), and we got on the topic of Australian golf courses and how they compared to courses in America, and around the world,” said Vokey Tour Rep Aaron Dill, in a press release. “I asked him some specific questions, which resulted in an idea to design another lob wedge grind option that complemented the firm links-style conditions that players face – not just in Australia and Europe – but globally. Geoff has always been a low bounce player in his 60-degree, so I took his 60.04L wedge and removed the ribbon, resulting in a grind that moves through the turf quickly with very little resistance.”
The new Vokey A-grind will be available on Nov. 7, selling for $225 each. Custom options include up to six toe engravings, 10-15 character stamping options, the Flight Line alignment feature option, and custom shafts/grips/ferrules are available.
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GolfWRXers put the Full Swing KIT’s accuracy to the test
Last month, four GolfWRX forum members traveled to The Grand Golf Club at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar in San Diego, California, to test the Full Swing KIT launch monitor and to see how it stacks up against other launch monitors. If you’re not familiar with the Full Swing KIT , development began when Tiger Woods requested a launch monitor he could trust on the range as much as he trusted his Full Swing simulator in his own home. Later, the KIT earned Tiger’s seal of approval and has been seen with him at every tournament he’s played in since its release.
GolfWRX members on the KIT’s accuracy
zap311: “The Full Swing team seems obsessed with accuracy when it comes to the KIT – The team talked about how this product officially shipped about 18 months ago and they are already on firmware release #20. They said they are regularly releasing updates (overnight via WiFi) to continuously improve accuracy and performance. That is pretty awesome and it’s nice to hear that they are not a company that “ships it” and moves to the next thing. I think they are on the right track since I saw virtually no differences in the data when testing vs. GCQuad and Trackman today.”
double or triple?: “In some cases the difference was less than half a degree on launch and less than 50 rpms on spin.”
hatrick11: “The differences were statistically nonexistent. I think it’s hard to believe for a lot of people when you think about the huge price disparity, but I can’t state enough how close the Full Swing was to trackman every single time, for each of us.”
“Outside, the data is just really really accurate. I know my numbers and know this particular range very well and the KIT was spot on all day. I also had some very variable quality golf balls in the bucket I hit and there was really only one spin rate in the whole session that had me raising my eyebrows at all.”
SwingBlues: “The GolfWRX Full Swing/WRX Experience showed Full Swing KIT produce numbers the same as the GC Quad (GC4) and the Trackman4. Dollar wise, both LMs are easily north of KIT, so this is HUGE to stand up there with the bigger boys on the Podium. For me, it seems more “apples to apples” to compare KIT to GC3. My own testing validates what we saw at the Experience. It shows critical data points like spin, carry, ball speeds are dead on or almost dead on for 40 yards and up on both GC3 and KIT.”
More on the Full Swing KIT
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“The KIT was very easy to use – Once you spend a few minutes learning the app and settings, it is very simple to select a club, line up the target line, and fire away. You don’t have to use a level or a laser to line up. KIT uses the built-in camera to tell you where to line up within the app or on-device screen. I was also able to boot up the KIT in less than a minute and drop it down on the tee box for our on-course trial today. Because of this simplicity, I can see it being more practical to bring to the course…
“The Full Swing team really thought through usability for the KIT. You can see up to four data points on the device’s OLED screen. You can see all 16 data points on your iPhone/iPad along with a video replay of the shot, you can view one primary metric from your Apple Watch, and you can enable audio playback for any of the 16 data points. For me, this was a dream as a full iOS user. One other feature I like is that you can star a particular shot to save it. You can also send shot data + the video recording to your coach if you want.”
double or triple?: “I was able to meet the teaching pro at the range I’m using for testing – PGA teacher/member Ryan Kolk. He and his team have 4 units amongst themselves and use them both personally and with their students during lessons. Ryan spent time dialing in his knowledge of the range balls vs proV1x (gamer) to better understand the FSK and he believes the consistency is there with the FSK and within trackman and GC/Foresight models. His preference is to use FSK while testing shafts and new product before using them in his personal playing bag which as a GolfWRX member is 100% appreciated. For his better students, he believes the information like Face to Path and Club Path that FullSwing Kit offers is great to help them understand what their swing is doing and use that information to better themselves.”
hatrick11: “It’s nice to know I can get super useful practice sessions in at my house, and can do in in ~20 min stints; with two little kids at home I can’t just go out for frequent or lengthy range sessions, so this is super valuable and I think will help me keep my game from degrading and allow me to spend my limited free time enjoying the occasional round with friends. In particular with the KIT, as opposed to the cheaper monitors or the other “mid tiers” like GC3, seeing path and face-to-path data is the key item that makes my practice sessions useful…when I am grooving it my path is almost always between 0-2* out to in, with face control being the main thing I need to work on. When my game goes sideways I start coming more in to out, and combined with face consistency being an ongoing issue, that brings the bad left miss into play. Previously I have struggled getting real use out of net practice, because the feels don’t always match reality. This data and video evidence really helps keep me honest, so it was great to see that I was eventually able to get that piece dialed in with KIT.”
SwingBlues: “One feature I am really starting to like is how easy to see the video of each shot. My buddy was not hitting it well, we went to the video and we could see the takeway was too far to the outside.”
“Using the app, it will display all 16 data points. Below is an example of one of my iron shots. Pretty impressive data captured by KIT. On KIT itself, the launch monitor display can be configured to show a single data point, or it can show a grid of 4 data points where the golfer choose which ones to display!”
Head over to the thread for more comments, reviews, and future updates as our members continue to test the Full Swing KIT. Don’t forget to become a member today for future opportunities like this, plus product member testing and giveaways!
Club junkie review: cobra’s new king tour irons.
The Cobra King Tour irons have been proven on the PGA Tour already and will be in bags of better amateur players this year. The previous King Tour MIM irons were very underrated and offered great precision with a solid shape that many players liked. Cobra went away from the Metal Injection Molded construction and went with a five-step forging process for soft and solid feel.
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I was a big fan of the previous Tour MIM irons and played them in rotation throughout the last two years. Out of the box, I was impressed with the more simple and clean look of the badging on the new King Tour. Badging is mostly silver with just small black accents that should appeal to even the pickiest golfers. I didn’t notice the shorter blade length in the new irons but did notice that the leading edge is just slightly more rounded. Topline is thin, but not razor thin, but still has enough there to give you the confidence that you don’t have to hit it on the dead center every shot.
Feel is solid and soft with just a slight click to the thud on well struck shots while mishits are met with a little more sound and vibration to the hands.
These King Tour irons are built to be cannons and place more emphasis on consistent and precise shots. I also felt like the new irons launch easily and maybe a touch higher than some irons in the same category.
My launch monitor showed my 7 iron with an average launch angle of 22 degrees and spin right around 5,800 with a Project X LZ 6.0 stock shaft. Ball speed isn’t the ultimate focus of this iron but it did well with an average around 108mph and the iron was able to keep the speed up well when you didn’t strike the center. You will still see a drop off in speed and distance when you miss the center, but you don’t have to be Navy SEAL sniper accurate on the face to achieve a good shot. Dispersion was very tight, and while there are bigger irons with more forgiveness, this players cavity still allows good playability when you aren’t bringing your A-plus game to the course.
Cobra lists the King Tour as an iron for a Tour level player up to a 7 handicap and I think this iron could see the bags of more golfers than that. I am a 9.4 handicap, and I felt more than comfortable playing this iron even on less than perfect days.
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골프를 쉽게 배우는 시간, 골프 전문 리뷰 부산골프 골프쌤입니다.
아이언 샤프트 종류 포스팅이 정말 뜨거운 반응이라,
이 기세를 이어가는 시간을 가지게 되었습니다^^
우드 계열(드라이버, 우드, 유틸리티)에도 특별한 샤프트가 있죠?
골프채에서 샤프트 중요도는 70% 정도 됩니다!
그만큼 중요한 역할인 샤프트 오늘 제대로 알아봅시다!
다양한데 어떠한 특징이 있는지도 잘 모르겠고,
어떤 투어 에이디(TOUR AD) 샤프트가 자신과 잘 어울리는지
고민이신 분들 이번 포스팅을 요점 정리 보시고
꼭 맞는 투어 에이디(TOUR AD) 샤프트 찾아가세요~!
TOUR AD XC SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) XC SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) XC 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD XC 샤프트는 비거리를 많이 내기 위한 샤프트!
2020년 젝시오 X(엑스) 드라이버에는 투어 AD XC 샤프트가 장착이 되어 있죠!
강성(단단한 성질)과 복원력을 키운 고강도 고강성의 샤프트이며,
TOUR AD BB 모델과 비슷 해요.
헤드 스피드가 빠르고 힘이 좋은 히터형 골퍼들에게 추천!
TOUR AD VR SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) VR SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) VR 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD VR 샤프트는 다양한 헤드 성능을 최대한 살리며
그립 부분의 강성을 높여 강한 스윙에도 흔들림이 없어요.
헤드 쪽 부분의 강성은 많이 줄이지 않아
강한 임팩트와 탄력을 느낄 수 있습니다.
2019년에 가장 인기 좋은 모델이었죠!
TOUR AD TP SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) TP SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) TP 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD TP 샤프트는 팁(헤드 쪽) 부분이 고강성에 스피드를 더하여
안정된 샤프트의 움직임과 비거리를 자랑 합니다.
경량이면서 탄성이 아주 좋아 가능하죠!
빠른 스윙 스피드에도 헤드를 안정적으로 잡아주며,
간결한 스윙에도 엄청난 임팩트가 가능해서
자연스럽게 높은 탄도와 긴 비거리를 실현 할 수 있어요.
TOUR AD BB SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) BB SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) BB 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD BB 샤프트는 팁부터 중간부까지는 강성을 사용하고,
버트(그립 부분) 쪽은 탄성을 가진 특징이 있는 샤프트 입니다.
움직임이 안정되어 뛰어난 조작성과 방향성을 향상시켰으며,
스윙 타이밍을 잡기 쉬워 일체감 있는 스윙이 가능해요!
다운스윙부터 임팩트까지 부드럽게 힘을 전달 가능.
BB 모델은 TOUR AD 샤프트 전체 모델 중
가장 기초 모델 이라고 할 수 있습니다!
TOUR AD MT SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) MT SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) MT 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD MT 샤프트는 중간 부분의 강성을 높여 버트(그립) 쪽과
팁(헤드) 쪽 부분의 적당한 탄성이 있는 게 특징.
버트 부분의 탄성으로 스윙 타이밍을 잡기 쉬우며,
복원력이 좋아 강한 임팩트를 할 수 있죠.
일체감이 좋아 많은 상급 골퍼뿐만 아니라
아마추어 골퍼에게도 인기 있는 샤프트!
TOUR AD DI SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) DI SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) DI 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD DI 샤프트는 타이거 우즈가 사용해 많이 알려진 샤프트 에요!
팁(헤드) 부분의 강성을 높여 강한 임팩트를 가진
히터형 골퍼에게 잘 맞는 샤프트죠.
강한 임팩트 시 진동을 억제 시켜주는 성질이 강해
투어 AD DI 샤프트는 드라이버뿐만 아니라,
우드와 유틸리티에 장착하여 사용하는 분들도 많이 있습니다.
TOUR AD IZ SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) IZ SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) IZ 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD IZ 샤프트는 강성이 최적화되고, 팁 부분에 고강도 소재가
들어가 임팩트 시, 에너지 손실을 많이 줄여줘
높은 탄도와 긴 비거리를 느낄 수 있어요.
투어 AD IZ 샤프트는 공을 강하게 때려줄 수 있는
히터형 골퍼에게 추천 드립니다^^
TOUR AD DJ SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) DJ SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) DJ 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD DJ 샤프트는 TOUR AD DI 샤프트의
후속작으로 한층 더 업그레이드된 모델!
볼에 힘 전달력이 좋아 비거리가 더욱 증가했어요!
히터형뿐만 아니라 스윙 타입 골퍼 모두에게 적합하여
인기가 좋은 모델 입니다^^
TOUR AD MJ SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) MJ SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) MJ 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD MJ 샤프트는 같은 중량의 샤프트 중에서도
조금 가볍게 세팅된 샤프트에요.
팁 부분의 탄성이 좋아 탄도가 높으며,
중간 부분은 강성을 높여 샤프트의 텐션을 잘 활용한다면!
안정적인 탄도와 비거리를 볼 수 있어요.
공의 탄도가 낮아 비거리 손실이 큰 골퍼에게는
이만한 샤프트가 없겠죠?
TOUR AD PT SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) PT SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) PT 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD PT 샤프트는 흔들림 없이 타이밍을 잡기 쉬우며,
샤프트의 팁 부분의 강성을 높여
정확한 임팩트가 이루어지지 않아도 뒤틀림을 최소화해 줍니다.
덕분에 탄도와 백스핀 양이 안정되어 볼의 직진성이 좋아져
비거리 손실이 없어요!
히터형, 스윙 타입 골퍼 모두에게 잘 어울리는 만능형 입니다!
TOUR AD GT SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) GT SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) GT 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD GT 샤프트는 많은 선수들이 사용하여 인기 있는 샤프트인데요.
일체감이 있도록 버트 부분에서 팀 부분까지 강성을 강하게
제작하여 움직임이 안정되며 효율적으로 볼에 힘을 전달,
비거리를 향상시킨 모델입니다.
안정성 있는 탄도와 밸런스를 맞춰 공격적인
플레이를 하는 골퍼에게 어울리는 샤프트 입니다.
TOUR AD GP SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) GP SHAFT
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) GP 샤프트 스펙
TOUR AD GP 샤프트는 투어 AD 샤프트 중 낮은 탄도를 가진 샤프트에요.
팁 부분의 강도가 투어 AD 샤프트 중 가장 강하게 설계!
강한 팁과 버트 설계로 샤프트의 중간 부분이 휘어지는
샤프트로 미스 샷이 나와도 많이 보완을 해줍니다.
임팩트 시 진동을 억제해주고, 낮은 탄도와 적은 스핀 양을 보여줍니다 .
TOUR AD SHAFT 특징 한눈에 보기!
투어 에이디(TOUR AD) 샤프트 특성 정리
고 탄도에 드로 샤프트를 사용한다고,
꼭 고 탄도에 드로우 구질이 완벽하게 형성되지는 않아요.
본인의 스윙이 얼마나 정확하고 일정한가에 따라
탄도와 구질이 결정이 된다는 점 잊지 마시길 바랍니다^^
샤프트 특성은 도와주는 역할이지 본인의 연습만이
최고의 구질을 만든다는 점 다들 잘 아실 거라 믿어요!
샤프트의 중요도가 가장 크다는 점을 말씀드리고 싶어서 2탄까지
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Tour AD CQ Shafts
Designed and manufactured at the Graphite Design Japan factory headquarters, the Graphite Design Tour AD CQ – C ON Q UEST wood shafts are jet black with gold and red accents and finished with a gloss clear coat.
The Tour AD CQ , like the other high performance Tour AD wood shafts, utilizes premium, aerospace quality carbon-fiber materials and are available in 40g R2, R1 and S flex, 50g R2, R1, S and X flex, 60g SR, S, X and TX flex, 70g S, X and TX flex and 80g X flex.
The Tour AD CQ shafts features the new Nitta 2G-Namd carbon-fiber material technology in the butt section of the shaft and has a bend profile of firm in the handle section, firm in the center section and a medium+ tip section to promote mid-high launch angles and mid ball spin rates. The Nitta 2G-Namd material is based on modern carbon nano tube technology that binds the fibers tighter together than standard carbon materials to aid in a higher degree of energy transfer thru the golf club and a more solid impact of the golf ball than shafts without Nitta 2G-Namd technology.
Visit your local Graphite Design dealer for a fitting and experience what the new Tour AD CQ wood shafts with Nitta 2G-Namd can offer in your C ON Q UEST to gain a Tour level of precise A ccuracy and greater D istance that all Tour AD shafts are so well known for.
Features & Technology:
- Nitta 2G-Namd Material Technology promoting efficient energy transfer
- 50 ton ultra-premium, high modulus, aerospace quality carbon fiber materials.
- Graphite Design proprietary Material Stiffness Integration (MSI) design philosophy and technology.
- CQ-4 is designed to promote Mid/High launch angles with Mid ball spin rates.
- CQ-5, -6, -7, -8 are designed to promote Mid/High launch angles with Mid ball spin rates.
Tip Trimming for Standard Bore:
- Pro’s Choice encourages consulting a PGA Professional or qualified club builder to help you determine the correct shaft and length for your swing profile and to meet your goals.
- Always leave a minimum of 0.5″ of the parallel tip section of the shaft above the hosel. For example, with a hosel bore depth of 1.5″ and the shaft has a parallel tip length of 4.0″, the tip trim length should not exceed 2.0″.
- Improper installation may affect the intended performance of the shaft. Warranty is for material and workmanship of our products. Improper installation voids warranty of product.
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