Mitsubishi Diamana Golf Shafts

mitsubishi diamana shafts
Mitsubishi Rayon has been around since 1933 primarily as a manufacturer of rayon fiber products. It then expanded with divisions in chemicals, plastics, and eventually specialty golf shafts. This company has been in the golf club shaft business for over 25 years.

Also known as MRC Golf,  Mitsubishi Rayon began in Japan and entered the American markets in 2005, receiving much praise from both professionals and amateurs. Many pros play with these shafts such as Tiger Woods, Ryuji Imada, and Lorena Ochoa; in fact, it’s quite common to see a Tour champion playing with a Mitsubishi shaft.

What makes Mitsubishi shafts stand out?

The company cites “vertical integration” as a large part of its superior quality. This means that Mitsubishi Rayon is in charge of every single process that goes into making a single shaft, from raw materials to last-minute decorative touches. Everything stays withing the company from start to finish.

Graphite Vs. Steel

Mitsubishi shafts are made out of graphite as opposed to steel. Graphite shafts aren’t as heavy as steel shafts. These lighter graphite shafts give extra yardage, because there’s less overall weight from the club to hinder the swing. Graphite shafts are also less vibrating than steel, which make it easier on a golfer’s wrists.

But steel is less expensive, and this money-saving choice is still preferred for some golfers. When graphite shafts first arrived on the market, many golfers also felt that steel shafts lasted longer than graphite shafts. However, with today’s high quality graphite products, that’s not the case. Quality graphite shafts can last just as long if they are well maintained and not chipped or cracked, as with any shaft.

Mitsubishi Diamana Shafts

The company coined the word Diamana in two parts. “Dia” refers to the diamonds on the Mitsubishi logo, and ”Mana” comes from the Hawaiian word for “power or force.” Hence, “Diamana” means Diamond Power or Diamond Force.

Two popular Diamana shafts are the Blue Board and the White Board. Both are high-quality shafts that have the potential to improve any golfer’s game. The Blue Board is recommended for a wider range of golfers due to its balanced feel. It still has a low torque and stiff tip, but the White Board is even lower and stiffer than the Blue. The White Board also has a softer butt section to enhance playability for “feel” golfers, so it’s best recommended for scratch players and low handicappers.

Read our Mitsubishi Diamana shaft reviews below:


Mitsubishi Golf Diamana Wood Shaft

Blue Board 103 For Beginner & High Handicap

Mitsubishi Golf Diamana Wood Shaft | Blue Board 103 For Beginner & High Handicap

Diamana series shafts are the core of Mitsubishi's line. These shafts have been used by tour pros Tiger Woods, Ryuji Imada, and Lorena Ochoa. That's not a bad endorsement.

The biggest reason they are played by premier players is because Mitsubishi puts a lot of work to ensure ...





Mitsubishi Diamana White Board Shaft

Wood 83 for Scratch Golf Players

Mitsubishi Diamana White Board Shaft | Wood 83 for Scratch Golf Players

This Diamana series is the Mitsubishi's foremost shaft. The shaft speaks for itself. "Hello, I am the White Board Shaft. Tiger Woods has played me. Any questions?"

Perhaps you do have a few more questions; therefore, I shall elaborate. The White Board shaft is designed ...





Cleveland Launcher Fairway Wood Club DST

Mitsubishi Diamana Red Shaft

Cleveland Launcher Fairway Wood Club DST | Mitsubishi Diamana Red Shaft

This Launcher DST Fairway Wood is designed to be light and long. In fact the Mitsubishi Diamana Red shaft is 43-1/2 inches and weighs 64 grams. The clubhead is also very light with its 0.55-millimeter crown. The clubface is oversized and plasma-welded.

The 3-wood comes in three lofts: ...





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