No where near calling it "my driver shaft." But once upon a time, it very solidly was.
Except, that was eons ago.
I'll soon be trying out this blast from the past on course, once again: Graphite Design Pershing 65-S in an Epic Flash head.
Hit it into the net and it feels really solid and stable. Had been playing a Fujikura Pro 73-S in that head and I thought that one felt pretty darned smooth. The Pershing though is a step up in smoothness.
I like revisiting older shafts every now and then. Found the Fujikura Fuel to work great for me and that the Aldila RIP Alpha still works very well, too.
Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver Dual-Core TiNi 60 Stiff. When I tested the available stock/low-cost upgrades, this was by far the most consistent with only a little lost distance compared to the next best option. Now I'm wondering whether I have to give up distance.
Project X Hzrdus Smoke Black RDX 70 TX. I thought the TX would be too much, but after cranking some, I was sold. Might be 5-10 yards less carry than my Attas Cool, but it's so much straighter and more consistent, and when the ground is dry it just rollllls.
My shaft is a red white and blue Accra Custom TZ6. It was the most expensive item from my fitting, and I haven't really gamed it yet, and only this week started back up in the sim. During fitting it was much better than my stock shaft and pretty much any other shaft we tried.