Aldila manufactures a variety of graphite shafts with certain specifications to cater to every golfer's swing. Each series has its own subset of models designed to produce maximum performance in every skill set, from novice to professional. Whether fitting a driver, fairway wood or iron, Aldila has shafts that can prove to be ideal for distance, accuracy or both. All Aldila shafts come in multiple flexes to fit every swing speed. The faster your swing, the stiffer your flex should be.
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The Voodoo series shafts contain an internal rib system designed to maintain torque and force during the downswing that is usually lost in conventional graphite. It provides a consistent symmetry throughout the swing and can increase distance and accuracy. The Voodoo shafts specifically designed for woods are the VS6 and 7, weighing anywhere from 65 to 76g. VS8 shafts weigh 90 to 91g, while the NV6 and 7 shafts weigh 73 to 83g. All Voodoo shafts come in regular, stiff or extra stiff flexes.
The En Fuego series is divided into three shaft categories. Serrano weigh 61 to 63g, depending on flex, and feature a low launch angle ideal for creating a low trajectory ball flight. Wasabi shafts weigh 61 to 63g, but feature a mid launch angle to produce a more average and medium trajectory. The Habanero shafts weigh 60 to 62g and have the highest launch angle and torque for creating a high trajectory for maximum carry. Each En Fuego shaft comes with a low centre of gravity for maintaining these consistent features and all are available in regular, stiff and extra stiff flexes.
The Aldila DVS shaft is designed specifically for distance. It features a stiffer tip to provide extra force at impact and low torque to produce maximum distance. The DVS 60 shafts all weigh 63g regardless of flex and each feature a mid launch angle. DVS 90 hybrid shafts weigh 91g but feature the same mid launch angle. All DVS shafts are available in regular, stiff and extra stiff flexes.
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