That shaft and this (and any of the other aftermarket putter shafts) are very different. That one was about filtering out vibrations and improving feel, this is all about stability.A number of years ago I tried a aftermarket putter shaft...UST Frequency Filtered...I didn't notice any real difference. I'd be curious to try this one, but am a bit reluctant to make the purchase after my experience with the FF.
Stability is on Tour, several of them actually. The Kinetixx one is new, and they don’t really push for Tour play, they’re simply all about performance.Not sure if this is the right place for this or not...but I noticed Dustin Johnson added the LAGP putter shaft before the final round today. Is there any reason or explanation for why the LAGP putter shafts continue to make a presence on tour over other premium putter shaft offerings like Stability shaft and the KINETIXX shafts?
My guy! Appreciate you reading it!I'm blown away at the unboxing experience of this shaft.
Straight out of the box, it is legitimately one of the nicest pieces of golf equipment I've held. The carbon wound construction showing through the semi-clear finish, the graphics, fit and finish all drip quality. It is a beefy unit. Thick-wall cross sections at butt and tip. I am not sure what the weight is (have not weighed it yet) but it feels 2.5-3x heavier in hand than an uncut Velocity driver shaft. It is Stiff when you give it a little flex with the hands.
This is going to be FUN.
EDIT: Now that I re-read the homepage article, I see that the weight is 118g. THP always has the details covered.