Mitsubishi Diamana White Board Shaft

Wood 83 for Scratch Golf Players

Posted by Robert

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Mitsubishi Diamana White Board Shaft 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 for better players. As the shaft previously mentioned, Eldrick Tont Tiger Woods has swung these White Board Shafts. The shaft has a low torque with a stiff tip. The mid section is also stiff, and the butt is soft. Ahem -- the butt section is very pleasing in your hands.

I would recommend these shafts to you "sticks" (scratch golfers and single digits) who are looking for a great control and a somewhat higher ball flight, albeit still a penetrating ball flight. Of course, for the longest distance, a high launch with a low spin is optimal.

For higher handicappers, take a look at the Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board shaft. This shaft has a little more balance and receptiveness that will accommodate your game.

All and all, I can tell you no weaknesses of the Mitsubishi Diamana shaft. It's a high-end, well-trusted name. But why listen to me when you can get it straight from the horse's mouth?

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  1. Mitsubishi Golf Diamana Wood Shaft | Blue Board 103 For Beginner & High Handicap Says:

    [...] said that, you scratch players may want to also check out the Mitsubishi Diamana White Board shaft. This is the specific one that was played by Tiger and is geared up with a lower kick point [...]

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