Here’s something I bet you didn’t know about graphite shafts:
In most of them, the carbon fiber breaks down with repeated use.
And when that happens, the flex becomes “softer,” or weaker. In other words, that “S” flex you bought a couple years ago is now closer to an “R.”
The more you play and practice, the faster it happens.
Now, notice I said “most” graphite shafts. That’s because most shaft companies – even the biggest brands on the market – use cheap carbon fiber in all but their priciest products.
Steadfast golf makes ultra-high-performance, aftermarket carbon fiber golf shafts here in the united states and sells them directly to consumer at an unbelievably competitive price!
Steadfast Golf shafts, including the Jupiter1 Driver model, are built with carbon fiber costing about 10 times as much as our competitors’ material.
The effect is twofold.
1. Better performance from the start, and…
2. Better performance over the long haul, because Steadfast shafts are strong enough to hold up under heavy use.
In short: The Steadfast shaft you buy today will feel and perform exactly the same for many rounds and practice sessions to come – long after other shafts have lost their oomph.
See what makes our hand-crafted, made-in-the-USA shafts so special.
We were able to secure a 10% discount on Steadfast Driver Shafts for American Golfer readers. To take advantage of this special, limited-time offer, simply visit the Steadfast Golf store (click here), add the driver shaft to the cart and use the code AMERICAN on the checkout page to take 10% off.
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