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What good does a graphite shaft do in a putter?
 


What good does a steel shaft do?
It could provide a feel that the golfer is looking for, offer different weight distribution, different shaft flex, filter out vibrations. Ultimately it is another fitting aspect of a putter to help a player make more putts.
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Nothing really, other than making the putter lighter.  Ive gamed a few JDM putters with graphite shafts and theyre fine but they have kind of a strangle feel to them.

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20 hours ago, Michael Chevalier said:

 

What good does a graphite shaft do in a putter?

 

 

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The Stroke Lab shafts are mostly graphite and their advertised reason is it allows them to redistribute the weight of the shaft to allow for greater stability. I assume they can make the head a bit heavier and keep a similar feel by counter-balancing the shaft. The Stability shaft is intended to increase torsional stiffness so the head rotates less on off-center strikes, keeping the ball on line better.

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