Care to guess how many shafts Steadfast Golf guys (or gals) toss out while training a new craftsman?
Would you believe 200? It’s true.
It takes a good month of trial and error before the new guy (or gal) can build a shaft that’s up to Steadfast standards.
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!
That comes with the territory, though, when you make ‘em by hand – which, as far as know, they’re the only company doing these days.
While machines finish the process, there’s no mistaking the feel and performance of a Steadfast shaft.
What else sets us apart from the competition? Pretty much everything.
For example, our primary material is a high-grade carbon fiber that won’t break down no matter how much you play. Little-known fact: Other brands’ shafts lose their flex over time.
Steadfast Golf shafts are made in the USA, too, yet another rarity.
Oh, and don’t forget the direct-to-consumer model, which cuts hundreds of dollars off our shaft prices by cutting out the middle man.
That’s how they can afford to throw away so many not-quite-perfect shafts without passing the cost on to you.
Get your hands on a Steadfast model today – and the only thing going in the trash will be your old shafts.
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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