Stability Putter Shafts Can Drop More Putts

Stability Putter Shafts Can Drop More Putts

Stability Putter Shafts Can Drop More Putts

With 46% of your strokes in a round coming from your putter, maybe you should consider changing the "stock steel" shaft in your putter to the new STABILITY putter shaft from BreakThrough Golf Technology Introduced in May, 2018, this shaft is now the fastest growing putter shaft on the Web.Com Tour.

It's All About Stability At Impact

According to multiple sources (SAM Putt Lab, Quintec, TrackMan Putter Analysis), if you miss hit your putt as little as a quarter of an inch off the "sweet" spot, the torque of a traditional steel shaft can cause you to miss a 10 foot putt as much as two inches.  In tests done by the folks at BreakThrough Golf Technology, golfers saw a 56% improvement in their putts.

Behind the Technology

By making the tip of the putter shaft more stable, without adversely affecting feel, the STABILITY shaft Is a combination of carbon fiber, aluminum insert and connector, and a smoke PVD covered stainless steel tip.  This comination creates, drum roll please, more STABILITY at impact, less dispersion and more distance consistency.  Check it out here...

Personal Experience

EXO Putter with STABILITY Shaft EXO Putter with STABILITY Shaft

Being a true golf geek, I just had to see if this shaft was all it was cracked up to be.  Would it feel "stiff and boardy".  Could I really make more putts?  So I put the STABILITY shaft on my new Odyssey EXO Seven S putter and averaged 29 putts on my first three rounds instead of my normal 32.  I definitely saw my putts hold the line better and maintain distance control.  And the feel was really good...smooth.

Put This Shaft in A New Putter or Re-Shaft Your Current Putter

We can put this shaft in literally any putter regardless of shaft style.  If you choose the Re-Shaft My Putter option in our Club Selector, put in the notes on your order the type of putter you are sending us so we can match the STABILITY shaft accordingly.

Go to the Putter Selector.

Remember the old adage:  Drive for Show, Putt for Dough!

Dan Sueltz