PGE offers a range of premium shaft options for our custom built clubs. We work closely with the manufacturers listed below.
All of our Vega drivers and fairways are built with SST Pure shafts. These shafts are manufactured using the highest spec materials available in the golf industry. The proprietary shafts use 40T carbon throughout with 4 AXIV material in the butt and titanium mesh in the tip. This gives the shafts their extraordinary strength and stability.
At 40T carbon, these shafts are less flexible than other graphite shafts on the market which use 24T-30T carbon. Because of this the shafts are fast to regain their original shape on the downswing, creating a more consistent impact not fully reliant on timing.
The Pure shafts all have a unique identifying serial number and come with a print out of the SST specifications. The white shafts are mid/high launch, mid weight and mid kick point. The red shafts are low launch, heavy weight and high kick point. Both are available in three flexes, depicted on the shaft by a colour coded Pure logo (silver-regular, red-stiff, gold-extra stiff).
Shimada Golf KK is one of only two steel golf shaft manufacturers in Japan. They are a dedicated family business, passionate about golf and the pursuit of the perfect golf club.
Each Shimada shaft is heated to 880 C, then reheated to 470 C, which results in a strong shaft with a soft feel.
There is a Shimada shaft out there for every golfer, from slow swing speed and high launch shafts, through to the heavier shafts demanded by many of the world's leading golfers. We apply Shimada shafts to our range of Vega irons and wedges.
In early 1959, the proven strength and durable flexibility of NHK Spring Co. LTD.’s marketing-leading automotive value-spring alloy served as the genesis of what would become a revolution in the golf shaft industry. Since its inception, Nippon Shaft has developed proprietary golf shaft materials and specialized heat-treatment processes resulting in a line of high performance golf shafts that are superior in feel, consistency and performance.
When Nippon Shaft’s N.S. PRO 950GH came to market in 1999, it was the first consistently-made sub-100 gram steel shaft in the world. In addition, all Nippon Shaft products are “constant weighted,” meaning that every iron in a player’s bag be it a 3-iron or a pitching wedge weighs the same. Professionals demand constant weighting for the sake of consistency. Amateurs and higher handicappers also can benefit from constant weighting.
Nippon N.S. Pro shafts are primarily used for the Peter Thomson Signature Range irons.