We have sold 3,894 golf clubs (as of February 2nd), and have a solid resume of reshafting 193 models from 77 brands.
With this shaft, amateurs can gain distance and use it like a professional.
NEXGEN “E.I.F” is the next generation shaft that completely changes the perception of shafts.
For more distance, you will either need a heavier head or a longer club. This will make it difficult to handle, thus creating a dilemma of players not being able to use the club matching their ambitions. E.I.F will be the solution. It is a shaft that helps the club to be swung in accordance to the player’s swing tempo, and is durable to heavier heads or longer clubs. It is able to endure “heavy” and “long” as the original kickpoint is kept stiff. However, with the difference-making super-high kickpoint, it makes it easy for people with less power to control and swing. The other components are stiff, allowing people with power to have the same comfortableness.
The golf club’s energy stored at the top of the backswing is released instantly upon impact. The head runs and catches the ball conveying maximum energy, for a solid and high trajectory.
E.I.F “does the work for you”. Without having to consciously try and strike the ball, the club will help you “swing smoothly and hit long”. This will decrease the physical burden to your body, and will improve your swing with a constant rhythm. This results in an average increase of 2m/s in head speed, and 20 yards in distance, with better control.
The super-high kickpoint creates extra time to hold at the start of your downswing, “storing energy” into the golf club.
Instantly releasing the stored energy
With a shaft stiffer than a regular shaft, it allows the head to “run”, preventing a sliced shot resulting from a late hit.
With a shaft stiffer than a regular shaft, you can have the feeling of “striking” the ball with an easier swing.
Usually, the shaft’s kickpoint is located in between the range of over 1cm from around 400mm of the edge of the shaft, and is either defined as “low, middle or high”. E.I.F shaft sets the kickpoint super-high, which allows amateurs to bend the shaft like a professional.
[ Graph image of E.I.F shaft stiffness ]
|Age||Head speed||Head weight||Club length||Grip weight||Total weight||Swing weight|
Data of a customer who ordered the E.I.F shaft. We have reshafted 193 models with drivers alone. It has been generally unthinkable that a single type of shaft can be compatible to so many models.
|Reshafting examples||Mr./Ms. I from Fukuoka (54 yrs. old)||Mr./Ms. F from Ibaraki (80yrs old)|
|Head (Loft angle)||Athlete model (8.5°)||Average model (10.5°)|
Generally, flex ratings are a criteria for selecting the club’s ease to use and its ease to swing. However, the manufacturer’s flex ratings merely shows the hardness of the shaft itself. The true easiness of the club is determined when the head, shaft and grip are combined, not by flex ratings.
E.I.F has a flex softer than “R Flex” just below the grip, and the middle part is harder than “X Flex” (see the graph above). It can not be expressed with the conventional flex rating.
The developers adjust each club by 1 mm and 0.6 g for each order, so that even an average golfer can feel the subtle swing weight differences by the trajectory. All of the setting details are recorded by the developer.
|For 48″ driver||For 46″ driver||For FW||For UT||For Iron
※ Prices include wages and grip fee.
※ We will separately receive 5,000 JPY (tax excluded) for an adjustable adapter sleeve.
※E.I.F shaft does not have a flex rating.
※The values in Product Specification are design values. Actual values may slightly differ.