Product Description Kit Contents: Shotmaker Insert, Torque Installation Tool, Grip Lock, Grip Plug, Hole Cutter
.335 tip shafts: Start with Shotmaker 83. If the insert tip is loose and rattles, then try Shotmaker 17.
.350 tip shafts: Examine the diameter around the logo. If the diameter is noticeably larger than other shafts, try Shotmaker 18. If not, try Shotmaker 17
The Shotmaker is the first USGA rules conforming accuracy boosting shaft insert of its kind. It is a removable insert that is made with ultra-thin-ply graphite (UTP). The most vulnerable section of a golf shaft is its tip section. Upon impacting the golf ball, the shaft and particularly the tip section vibrates violently. Some shafts may even bend into an S shape around the kick point. The Shotmaker insert significantly stabilized the tip section of the shaft, resulting in greater accuracy. The insert prevents excessive vibration and deformation and hence improve accuracy up to 40%. The Shotmaker is about 12" long and weighs only 4 grams.
If you already have an install tool, we can supply insert only for £95.99 (Call to order)
The most vulnerable section of a golf shaft is its tip setion. When stabilized, shot accuracy improves dramatically. By strategically placing the patented Shotmaker insert in the tip section, we are able to increase accuracy while minimizing increase in overall stiffness. The insert is not glued to the golf shaft. Therefore, it does not generate a proportional increase in stiffness as compared to the conventional method of stiffening the shaft tip because the insert does move and flex while it is wedged inside the golf shaft.Minimul effect to the launch angle (Launch angle is the initial flight angle of the golf ball immediately after impacting the golf club.)
Lower Spin Rate (Spin rate is the amount of backspin of the golf ball immediately after impacting the golf club.)
Stablizes Tip (Tip flex is the measurement of how much the tip section of the shaft bends during golf swing.)
No effect to the torque (Torque is the measurement of how much the golf shaft twists upon impacting the golf Ball)