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The shaft is a critical component of the golf club. The shaft is used to transfer the energy of your swing to the golf ball. You should not pick a shaft solely based on the popularity of a brand name or on what type of shaft your old clubs had. By taking the time to pick a shaft to match your golf swing, you can ensure your clubs will help improve your overall game.
Choose a graphite shaft if you do not generate a high swing speed. Steel or graphite shafts may be used by players who generate moderate swing speeds.
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