Triangle Golf Shafts


Triangle Golf Shafts

Modern golfers within the last ten years have been experimented some changes in the shaft model considerate as the engine of modern clubhead. In this way came out in 2006 The Triangle Golf Shaft as the newest types of golf shafts which boasts to have the most aerodynamic design with the best rigidity for maximum control. Many people refer as "Trigraphite Shafts"

In the past, clubs could only come with one shaft; nowadays clubheads can be fit into dozens of different shafts, ideals for the average golfers whom want to increase their potentials throughout the variety of combinations by an order of magnitude.

Shaft

It is explained in detail in our section Golf Clubs Construction

Golf Grip

Grip

Since some time years ago the grip has suffered a number of variations, now is easier for a golfer find the right model that suits his or her needs. The grip refers to the opposite of the head at the end of the shaft; it could be covered with rubber, synthetic leather that the player must hold.

Clubhead

Clubhead

It is the part which is in contact with the ball during the stroke, usually each head has one face except by the head of a putter which may have two striking faces. The material used by heads was the older persimmon and maple woods, being dense and heavy, and making a consistent good contact.


The evolution of the metal wood must pass naming to Gary Adams as the father of the modern metal wood and founder of Taylor Made Golf. He starts to market his club around 1970's but he must wait a decade until this material established a firm foothold in the golf community.

Metal woods provided an advantage over persimmon in that they presented a stronger and lighter material which allowed manufacturers to make larger clubheads. Larger clubheads resulted in larger faces, which meant that it was easier to contact the ball, particularly in the desired area; sometimes referred to as the sweet spot. The larger the sweet spot, the better the chance of hitting a good shot.

Other important material use in the golf club construction is the titanium which has revolutionized the equipment industry because it is lighter and stronger than steel with an incredible resistance to the corrosion. The advantage with the introduction of titanium between the players increased the hitting area and reduced the weight due to its thinner faces. However the USGA institute a size rule which determine that no club can measure greater than 460 cubic centimeters.