What Players are Saying

I received my Mizuno MP52 clubs today following the fitting of the Aerotech Steelfiber i95 shafts. Just returned from the practice range and the performance was spectacular. I always enjoyed the feel of the Mizuno clubs but felt that my old steel shafts did not do them justice. The new Steelfiber shafts generated the elevation I was looking for and has added considerable length improvement. The quality of your workmanship has provided me with a great set of crafted irons. I am now eager to try them on the course. Many thanks for your excellent service.
— Chris Allen, United Kingdom

My irons were recently re-shafted with SteelFiber i80 graphite shafts and I want to let you know how pleased I am with them. I enjoy the soft feel, the solid sensation without vibration with a pure strike, and am hitting them about 1/2 club longer than my previous steel shafted irons. These shafts have given me a lot of confidence playing and am enjoying the clubs immensely.
— Jim C.

From the first strike I knew I was going to enjoy these shafts. They are smooth, stable and incredibly consistent. I've played 135g Dynamic Gold X100 steel shafts all my life, but these 95g SteelFiber shafts are more consistent and far easier to swing than the steel I've been using. The vibration dampening is great, and a pure strike feels like the ball wasn't even there. So far, I'm finding that the ball simply wants to go straight. It actually takes more effort to hit draws and fades with these, which is something new for me. I am a huge fan!
— John F Duval, Editor,

After playing DG X100s for 30 years, I recently switched to Steelfiber i110 shafts on my new irons (R15 TPs). Your staff's suggestion to go to the i110 instead of the i125 was spot on. I am a scratch golfer and play five days a week. I have had my new irons for one month now and I love them. I was scared to make the switch after so many years of playing X100s. Turns out the shafts perform as well as the X100s with the added benefit that my elbow and wrist are not taking a beating. Keep up the good work.
— Kurt Wolmart