Shaft Performance Characteristics
When comparing graphite shafts with steel shafts, graphite’s center of gravity is located on the butt side of the club which affects the ability to achieve a desirable swing balance. In order to improve this, additional materials are wound on the tip side to add weight. This creates greater balance, but also higher rigidity overall. In the new MCI (Metal Composite Irons), Metal Composite Technology was developed to combine the best attributes of steel and graphite into one revolutionary composite shaft. Increased hitting ability, even weight distribution, and individual length brings perfect flow of frequency and torque within your swing.
- Utilizes Metal Composite Technology
- Brings swing weight to a level of steel shafts
- Individual length brings perfect flow of frequency
- More than double vibration dampening helps players receive less burden to body and increase hitting ability
2017 MCI Technical Specs
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The Benefits of Graphite Irons Shafts
THP TV speaks with Chad to discuss the advantages of using graphite iron shafts over steel, the differences and the misnomers that are associated with graphite in general.