Is the Kuro Kage silver a good shaft?
I bought this (Stiff, 70 gram) to replace the very light stock shaft in my 5 wood. It’s a great shaft. The weight allows me to feel the club better as I swing and I’m hitting better shots. I would recommend this shaft to anyone.
Do you lose distance with graphite shafts?
Graphite shafts are lighter than steel shafts, resulting in an increase in swing speed and distance. This is particularly beneficial to players with slow swing tempos. Most golfers can realize an increase of at least 5 yards for each club.
What does Kurokage mean in Japanese?
fur, hair, feather, down.
Do any tour players use graphite irons?
Graphite iron shafts have been used by PGA TOUR professionals for decades including FedExCup Champion Brandt Snedeker and US Open Champion Bryson DeChambeau. There’s also a third option in iron shafts which may eventually fall into the “best of both worlds” category.
Are graphite golf shafts better for seniors?
Yes, graphite shafts are the best choice for most seniors. As I mentioned, the shaft plays a major role in ball striking, consistency, and distance. The overwhelming majority of senior players would benefit from using a graphite shaft.
Is Bryson DeChambeau’s driver the same length as his irons?
Why Bryson DeChambeau’s clubs are all the same length: 37.5 inches.
Are Mitsubishi Kuro Kage shafts worth it?
With the Kuro Kage, Mitsubishi Rayon has produced a series of shafts that feature the performance and feel of one of their most popular shafts, the Kaili, at a significantly lower price. If you’ve enjoyed the performance of past Mitsubishi shafts, or if you want to see what all the buzz is about, the Kuro Kage is worth a look.
How does the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage compare to the Diamana series?
As I said at the beginning, the Kuro Kage is being offered at a much lower price than Mitsubishi’s Diamana series. The wood shafts can be purchased for $175, and the hybrid shafts retail for $80. For this review, I tested both the wood shaft and the hybrid shaft. The wood shaft was a 70 gram stiff,…
What does the Kuro Kage feel like?
In my opinion, the Kuro Kage feels like a Kaili with a stiffer tip. It has a nice kick in the midsection of the shaft on a good swing. What’s interesting is that on a less-than-good swing, there is very little kick or feel.
Are Kurokage shafts any good?
The KuroKage Black and Silver are budget priced $175 shafts from Mitsubishi. Like the second brand of a vineyard, a great shaft, but not quite the tight torque typical on the premium models.