Various troubles, such as short distances and slices can be improved by our club fitting.
Measure your head speed
We will help you to try out many clubs when selecting the “hardness of the shaft,” “condition of the shaft,” “loft angle,” etc. and to help you in analyzing how easy it is for the ball to rise. We can help you in selecting a suitable club.
Yonex "REXIS Shaft" Matrix Table
Characteristics of each shaft (design intent)
- KAIZA Ｌ：
High rigidity at the grip part and low rigidity at the tip part. The initial speed rises as tip moves, sending the ball flying on a high trajectory. It is a flying/striking type shaft.
- KAIZA Ｄ：
The rigidity at the grip is the highest in the KAIZA series. The tip accelerates at impact and offers ideal amount of friction. This shaft sends the ball flying with its hydro-type characteristics.
- KAIZA Ｍ：
There is no extremely soft part, and it is an adaptable shaft which is easy to swing. This is the default shaft which is used for fitting for first time.
- KAIZA M2：
This shaft with high rigidity at the tip, excellent directionality when impact, and springiness. As well as excellent compatibility with the longitudinal polishing of the EZONE GT.
- KAIZA Light3X：
A light, easy-swinging shaft with a rising head speed which makes it easy to send the ball upward. Long distance is easier to reach due to the Namd effect. It is tough despite being light, and possesses excellent directionality with little bend on impact. It can be used by a wide range users.
- KAIZA Ｈ：
Low rigidity at the grip and high rigidity in the middle part. The structure builds up a moment throughout the swing and make it easier to aim. It is a striking type shaft with a powerful trajectory.
Low rigidity at the grip and very high rigidity at the tip (the smallest difference in rigidity) keep this shaft from curving inwards and help it obtain a strong trajectory (good for those with a duck hook)