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#1 fairwaygolfusa

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 11:43 PM

Look what we just got in the shop today and is on sale for $370! Some of you might have already heard of these shafts but the ones that haven't these are the new shafts from Graphite Design Tour AD series called the "BB" Blue Bullet.

it's a mid kick shaft with stiff mid section and tip and a moderate butt section

I guess greg norman has this shaft in his driver currently

I heard these shafts in identical heads produce 300-400 fewer RPMs than the GD DI.

I really wish I could text these bad boys out but for now I can not. :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

Check out some pictures and let me know if any of you guys have hit these. I know they came out in Japan last year and I seen Ryo Ishikawa gaming them on his irons.

http://www.gd-inc.co...f/products.html <- check out that website to see the specs. its in japanese but you guys can figure out the #'s.

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Who's hit these? share your thoughts

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 01:27 PM

Very cool, but very pricey!

I just got done testing the AD DI and AD DJ for reviews here. If the BB spins LESS than the AD DI...wow. I would have no carry at all. For the high-spin guy, this could be a winner.

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 12:20 AM

Any idea how these compare in launch/spin numbers to the Oban Kiyoshi?
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Posted 27 February 2012 - 06:01 PM

Very cool, but very pricey!

I just got done testing the AD DI and AD DJ for reviews here. If the BB spins LESS than the AD DI...wow. I would have no carry at all. For the high-spin guy, this could be a winner.



lol yes we need some spin dont we. maybe the name blue bullet came from its low penetrating ball flight? I will do a review comparing this shaft with the others if we get a demo somehow but until then I would love to hear anyone that has tested the BB out.
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