Starting May 1st to June 1st, Seven Dreamers X TourSpecGolf are offering a Buy 1 get one 50% off sale meaning any shaft purchased during this period is eligible for a second shaft at half price. This also includes fairway and hybrid shafts as well as pre-ordered putter shafts.
All Seven Dreamers Matrix shafts cost $1200 USD individually at full price shipped this means for $1800 you get two shafts of your choice; it can be two driver shafts or a driver and any fairway, hybrid or putter shaft.
Please click the SHOP SEVEN DREAMERS tab on the image above to take advantage of this offer, it will send you directly to email so you can request more information or have your questions answered. or email us at [email protected]
I designed 5 different SEVEN X GOLD’s Factory putters so far each one has sold very quickly after being added to the TSG Pro Shop; this is #4 of 5 also based on the same SM490A Seven Putter head. This putter features a real German silver vertical PZ milled face insert which we found not only provides a deliciously soft feel at impact but also imparts a straight forward end over end roll on the ball. This putter’s neck has also been cut off then shortened to be later welded back on. An arc reactor in translucent blue was added to the heel simply for how cool it looks.
We added a sight dot while the sight line is in white and all other engravings in translucent blue, this blue looks to die for on the soft made in Japan NiCr satin finish applied to it. Two large sized tungsten weights have been installed on the sole bringing the head weight up to 384 grams at an E8.9 swing weight. Follow the Jump for more photos…
Seven Dreamers makes the best golf shafts in the world it’s a fact. No other company has the capability, technology, or standards to compete. Seven Dreamers has three fitting labs in Japan with their flagship headquarters in Shiba-Koen Tokyo, then the smaller Ginza location, and now the newest Umeda lab in Osaka. Each of these labs feature a $60,000 multi-camera fitting system attached to the ceiling that works separately from the trackman to monitor seven areas on the shaft throughout the entire swing this is what allows seven dreamers to learn where energy is lost in your swing and where they can adjust the shafts design to reduce this energy loss.
There are two basic shaft choices both use the same materials, manufacturing and utilize the same engineer and designer the difference is the in-person fitting vs a question form. The Haute Couture shaft includes the in-person fitting while the Matrix shaft is by fitting question form. TourSpecGolf can schedule an in-person fitting for you at any of these centers in English or Chinese but what most of our clients do is go for the question form version. When you attend an in-person fitting it’s at a $500 premium making the Haute Couture shaft cost nearly $1800 USD while the Matrix is $1200 USD. Follow the Jump for more information and a tour of the Umeda Lab…
Introducing the new top end series Crazy Shaft the Crazy 9 available in 2 models the “Dia” and the “PT”. The PT model in this listing is designed for the faster and more aggressive swinger looking for a heavier shaft to help tame a faster tempo & transition for better results.
It’s an expensive shaft due to the shaft structure crazy has implemented using a FULL LENGTH 90T carbon sheet with reinfoced areas using 40T and 46T carbon – no other shaft company has gone to these lengths to create a golf shaft using this material structure.
The Crazy 9 PT produces a medium low spin trajectory that is very straight and the high modulous carbon allows the player to hit straighter shots by minimizing the need for perfect timing to close the club face, the material has extremely low shaft deformation bringing the face to square at impact faster than almost any other shaft. It is available in 4 flexes option ( S/SX/X) More pics after the Jump…
A new shaft company is born – LOOP by syncagraphite and while we originally new about them via word in Japan LOOP shafts have caught our closer attention since trying these shafts at a demo session in Tokyo last month, what was most interesting is how stable and heavy they felt yet to our surprise the specs were actually lighter and softer than the result led us to believe and, for this reason, we knew it would be a great addition to the stable of shafts TSG has to offer.
Many shafts use multi-axis weave designs where as LOOP uses a UD (Uni-Directional) Material, multi-axis doesn’t require as much care in hand rolling construction as well as the multi-axis weaves have a material called penny-whistle or tin-whistle to fill the many gaps, UD (Uni-Directional) Material is a much more pure and complete carbon with no gaps or fillers it is also stronger and more expensive to produce a more consistent shaft using genuine materials. Click Read More to Continue…
Mitsubishi Rayon was at the 2016 Japan Golf Fair this year with a stacked line up they were touting their latest release the Grand Bassara aggressively which highlights the future of light weight shaft technology, Mitsubishi has released 2 versions the Grand Bassara G29 and G39 and the weights are some of the lightest in golf bar none, follow the Jump to read about Mitsubishi’s awesome line up of new shafts…
Japan Golf Fair 2016 – Crazy Shafts, it’s been a very long time since Crazy was at the golf show and while they told us they had a lot of new products in the works I had no clue their booth and the buzz around the booth would be so strong, years ago their former president got into trouble with the law which cast a shadow over the company but now Crazy is running in full force and embracing the original concepts that made them one of Japan’s elite shaft brands years ago. Welcome back to the dark side folks follow the jump to read on…
Introducing the lightest golf shaft currently available in the golf world, The Fujikura ZERO Speeder Shaft and here are the specs:
– 46 inches
– 10.8* Torque
– Low Kick Point
Prior to this Fujikura had the Speeder Air in the 33g range and I hit that, it was not as soft and whippy as I thought it would be although totally not for me it was interesting, It did help many of our senior customers get higher launch in not only their drivers but also in fairway woods, hybrids, and irons. The new ZERO shaft by Fujikura has an April 15th 2016 release date.
Introducing the new Limtied Edition L01 Shaft by Seven Dreamers, It is the companies very first limited series hence it’s name L01. It’s special due to it’s new carbon textile material and more attractive and complicated to produce weave, the result is a better feeling “more smooth” sensation yet without any widening of dispersion or a higher launch.
Seven Dreamers considers the L01 the ultimate shaft solution derived from their enormous fitting and design data based on the Seven Dreamers Fitting Bank, 7D has also allowed customers to select one of their 24 BEST shaft designs without a fitting or question form… BUT TSG is taking the L01 to the next level by highly suggesting you fill out the 16 question form anyway for Seven Dreamers to double check providing you with the absolute best fit possible.
So you choose your model, fill out the form, Seven Dreamers will say if they think your selected design is a good choice and if it’s not sometimes they slightly tweak the design or choose a different one for you. All bases covered :) or you can simply opt out of the question form and have the model you want shipped in about 4 weeks to you as shaft only or assembled by TSG’s top club maker.
Ready to see it in it’s beautiful pattern in hand? Follow the Jump to read on…
Mitsubishi OT Shafts have been highly suggested by TSG since release because they feel great, are very user friendly producing easy launching and accurate results and they are somewhat reasonably priced for a top performing carbon shaft.
Mitsubishi has just announced 2 new weights, the i75 and i105, this gets me excited as I’m a big fan of the i95 I was waiting for something a bit heavier and I think 105 is really optimal for a lot of players.
Also a new light weight KuroKage XM is coming early next year geared to players who want a lighter weight shaft perhaps due to a smoother tempo and transition which will ultimately aid those players in gaining more distance, we always say use the lightest shaft that you can control with the accuracy you want and considering these are coming in X flex Mitsubishi is covering all it’s bases. More info to come closer to release and at the 2016 Japan Golf Fair.