Fineone Golf Jointly Develops 48, 50 Inch Long Drive Shafts with American SCLDT

Top Quote Fineone Golf, a company developing Bamboo looking shafts, has created long drive shaft with a new technique. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 09, 2010 - In 2006, Fineone Golf, company in Busan, Korea, was able to think outside the box by developing bamboo style golf shafts. Unlike most companies which manufacture and develop cylinder shafts, Fineone Golf developed node type shafts. When golfers purchase brand new set of clubs, their major concerns are distance and accuracy. Therefore, golf club makers have been trying to fulfill these requirements. However, because of restrictions of USGA and R&A on repulsive power of head, it is very difficult to satisfy customer's demands. This is why many companies started to improve their shafts.

    According to Fineone Golf Co., "so far, cylindrical shafts have been mainly used for golf clubs and its performance depends on the quality of fiber. To improve the distance and direction for golf, we must evaluate the roles of each part of the shaft. Material with the appropriate strength and weight for their respective parts of the shaft is selected and molded together. Connecting parts thereof overlap each other according to the process. Further, the shaft specifications, according to the number of joints and spaces, are decided according to the golfer's ability and tendencies.

    In 2010, Fineone Golf cooperated with SCLDT, one of the best team at Re/Max World Long Driver Championship, to develop 48 and 50 inch long drives. SCLDT has tested the new shafts many times and won a tournament at Illinois using this shaft. SCLDT is going to enter a Re/Max World Long Driver Championship using Fineone's new T3 shaft and they will be the only team using it.

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