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  1. Just reading the Title makes me smile. I was fitted over 10 years ago and ended up with S300 shafts. I am getting myself a birthday gift and new irons are on the list. I am going to go hit a bunch of irons in a couple of weeks and looking for a little direction with new shafts. My swing speed and overall swing is the same but I am now seeing other options like Nippon or KBS. I hit the ball mid to high with my irons so just trying to get a feel of what would be on par with the S300.
  2. I have to say, I have been jonesing for these shafts since the 2019 PGA Show when I hit them in some irons at Demo Day. They were just phenomenal feeling. During this past summer, to truly get a better feel for them, I ordered a single Apex 7 iron from Callaway with the shaft in it, to really have time with it to make sure it was a shaft i liked. I still had the love for it that I first experienced at the PGA Show. Now moving on, some of you know I was fit for T300 irons last fall at TPI. What most of you don't know is I had the opportunity the day before my TPI visit to visit the n
  3. Looking at replacing my KBS C-Taper Lite with the $- Taper Lite, for my Cobra Utility 3 iron. Currently can only really hit the 3 iron off the tee with any confidence. Had a go with a graphite shaft but lost distance that made it not worth having the club in the bag. Thought would be going for the lighter shaft would improve striking off the tee, and improving consistency overall, and that the steel shaft is more likely to keep the distance. Anyone thinking this would be the case?
  4. Since i bought and have been playing the Cobra King F6 irons, I wondered just what FST shafts are. I hit them in the store, of course, and liked them. The salesman said they're medium launch and torque. After about 25 rounds, i know i can hit these low or high, they have a boring medium natural trajectory. So i did some research and found that FST stands for FEMCO Steel Technology, a division of Far East Machine and Tool Company, and they're the 2nd largest steel shaft manufacturer in the world. They formed a partnership with KBS Shafts in 2008 to manufacture all the KBS Tour line. FST i
  5. COBRA King Forged Tec BLACK iron set. KBS C-Taper 120 Stiff COBRA CONNECT GRIPS + 7 ARCCOS screw-in sensors for your other clubs. Ordered from Cobra 4/11/18 --- invoice/specs are shown in one photo. EBAY LISTING $620 - HERE Great great irons! Awesome shafts! Lead tape was added - easily removed. Less than 10 rounds and some range sessions since getting them. Short irons have some wear (range sessions)-but nothing major.
  6. Selling T-MB iron set in great condition. KBS c taper 125 s+ flex. Standard l/l/l. $1050 obo. willing to trade for: Srixon z765/565 combo set with PX 6.5 or x100 Titleist ap2 718 with PX 6.5 or x100 or something similar
  7. OFFICIAL FORUM MEMBER REVIEW - KBS $ TAPER SHAFTS Here's our lineup of testers... Hackabilly Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 BigHappyVA Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Kegger Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 VolGolfer Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
  8. Selling a LIKE NEW set of Cobra Fly Z Irons with upgraded shafts. See ad on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/222258685573?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Thank you!
  9. Ok so I consider myself relatively knowledgeable about equipment and in particular shafts. But sometimes I'm not sure what differentiates one shaft from another and by how much. My knowledge is mostly of low launch stuff. The goal right now is to find something to go into the Hogan PTx irons. The KBS tourV 120x just feel really soft to me and aren't working out. This is going to be kind of difficult because I want super low launch and spin from 6i/7i-pw and something a little higher launch in the 4i/5i and maybe 6i. The flighted sets all seem to be too soft from what I understand and have
  10. Anyone ever had a KBS Tour Shaft with incorrect etching? I have a KBS Tour Stiff shaft with etching marked as a 5i but actually has an 8i step pattern. My first thought was the tip was trimmed, but after inspecting, it hasn't. Odd. I'm not sure how that could even happen?
  11. KBS Golf Shafts has added two wedge-specific steel shafts to its line and will debut the new products at the upcoming PGA Merchandise Show and Demo Day, Jan. 20-23, in Orlando, Fla. “We've gone outside the box designing shafts specific for scoring clubs,” said Kim Braly, head of R&D and Tour operations at KBS Golf Shafts. “They are some of the most important- if not the most important- clubs in a player's bag.” Over two years in development, the new KBS 610 WEDGE Shaft is designed to deliver penetrating ball flight with less spin. The shaft's stiffer butt section combined with
  12. KBS Tour shafts claimed its fifth Champions Tour victory this year and an additional win with the Hi-Rev shaft at the PGA Tour's CIMB Classic over the weekend. The win at the AT&T Championship came after a 10-foot birdie on the first playoff hole on Sunday. This feat marks the champion's ninth total win using KBS Tour shafts- four Champions events and five PGA events- since 2008. The AT&T Championship winner has trusted the KBS Tour in his irons for the last six years and recently won two majors: the Senior PGA Championship and the Senior U.S. Open. At the AT&T Cham
  13. Today KBS Shafts announced impending availability of the formerly-prototype shaft that Phil Mickelson has been using since early 2012. Mickelson has won 3 times with the shaft, most recently the 2013 Open Championship. The shaft has been called Tour V2, or KBS Tour Version 2, but Tour-V is the real, official name. Wondering where the Tour-V fits in the KBS Lineup? There's a chart for that. KBS Tour-V Light weight (100g, 110g, 120g), tight dispersion, mid trajectory Up to 20% better shot dispersion than leading PGA TOUR shafts 10% Lighter weight than Tour shaft Mid Trajectory Pr
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