STEADFAST GOLF makes ultra-high-performance, aftermarket carbon fiber golf shafts here in the United States and sells them directly to consumer at an unbelievably competitive price!
INCREASE DISTANCE Optimized head to shaft weight balance means an easier swing through the ball allowing the club to lead the hands through impact to naturally increase distance increasing ball carry while getting the proper RPM.
LONGEST AND STRAIGHT BALL FLIGHT Tested as the straightest shaft in golf with the least amount of dispersion. Hitting a straighter ball requires low shaft torque. The new Steadfast shaft was designed with torque and balance as the number one priority, leading to the best feeling and most stable shafts on the market.
Steadfast carbon fiber golf shafts are an improvement to the typical graphite shaft, increasing the durability, performance, and overall feel of any club.
If you are looking to drive longer and/or straighter this is the shaft for you!
Golf Laboratories (regarded as the leader in independent testing for the golf industry) recently put the Steadfast shafts to the test.
Steadfast shafts reduced mishit dispersion by 50% (28 yards) against other premium shaft manufactured by industry leading brands. In other words if you hit it off the toe or heel it continues to go straight for the same distance.
Ball speed increased slightly for the Steadfast shaft and backspin was better or equal to the competitors.
Golf Laboratories used upgraded competitors' shafts (not stock).
You know that $300, $400 or $500 driver you just bought?
The “stock” shaft it came with might be a piece of junk.
Here’s why: during the product development process, manufacturers always keep the final retail selling price in mind (likely as a sticky-note on the designer’s computer).
Manufacturers know which retail prices work best with consumers (and they definitely know how much profit they want to make)…
So, they source the club’s materials and components (clubhead, shaft, grip, etc.) to, “make the numbers work.”
Clubheads use up most of this “budget,” so clubmakers are often forced to “skimp and save” in other places, including cutting corners on the shaft.
Here’s what the respected (and unbiased) club testing website, MyGolfSpy, had to say about it…
“The reality is that [the stock shaft] is engineered to a price point and is seldom up to any given company’s aftermarket standard. It might be good…just not good enough.”
Wait, it gets worse...
Even if you spent good money to replace your “stock” shaft with an aftermarket shaft…
Some of these shafts – even the really expensive ones made by some of the biggest shaft makers in the business -- have SERIOUS quality control issues.
For example, if you bought 10 supposedly “identical” shafts from certain major shaft companies, they could vary by 15% in flex and by 8 grams in weight!
Plus, traditional shafts have a seam-like “spine” which (hopefully) is oriented in the optimal position when the shaft is installed in your club.
The problem is, when you change lofts on your adjustable heads, you’re also changing the spine orientation and, therefore, the shaft’s flex point.
What’s the result of all this variability and inconsistency?
You’re giving up a LOT of precious distance and accuracy.
Steadfast spent its first three years focused on one goal: finding suppliers who could make the world’s finest carbon fiber AND make it according to Steadfast’s extremely high standards.
The result costs 10 times more than what competitors use, but the results are worth it.
It then took another two years of working with this material to develop a balanced shaft that, “would outperform all others on the planet.”
The entire sixth year was devoted entirely to quality control to ensure every shaft shipped has the exact balance, weight and flex.
See, Steadfast doesn’t simply add more or less material to alter the flex -- each shaft flex was developed almost as a standalone shaft.
The performance goals of each flex have taken months and sometimes years to achieve…to ensure everyone gets the right amount of “kick” to produce optimal trajectory, distance and accuracy for their swing.
How can a shaft that costs 1,000% more to make…cost 70% less to buy?
It’s actually pretty simple:
Yes, the premium materials we use cost 10 times more…
BUT, unlike our Japanese competitors who have been doing business the same way for YEARS…
Our costs are lower costs because…
We make our shafts right here in America and sell them directly to you. That means…
We don’t pay overseas shipping costs…
We don’t pay middle men…
We don’t pay high-rent for retail stores…
We don’t pay to advertise on TV…
And we don’t pay PGA Tour reps or PGA Tour players to say nice things about our shafts (they do that on their own!).
Yep, that’s a bold claim…and we back it up with guarantees in “plain English”…
30-DAY FLEX SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If you don’t like the shaft flex you purchased, just send it back and we will replace it.
LIFETIME PRODUCT GUARANTEE: If your shaft ever breaks – in 2 days, in 2 years, or in 20 years! -- we will replace it for you with no questions asked.
Senior - (70 - 89 mph) - 59 grams, 45.5 in. play length
Regular - (90 - 99 mph) - 64 grams, 45.5 in. play length
Stiff - (100 - 109 mph) - 68 grams, 45.5 in. play length
X - (110 - 129 mph) - 75 grams, 45.5 in. play length
To ensure the highest possible quality, the adapters and grips are installed by our professional club fitting team with over 60 years of combined club building experience.
Shafts and adapters are suitable for both right and left handed golfers.
All purchases are covered by our 30-DAY FLEX SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE