VA Shafts, a leader in composite golf shaft technology, is launching the long-awaited BADDAZZ line! With over a year in R&D, player testing and cosmetic creation, this new series is based on filament winding. The brand says that the manufacturing process is different and the price point is different, but the performance continues to meet the high standards and expectations of VA Composites.
BADDAZZ shafts are manufactured using a process called filament winding. Filament winding is the process of winding resin impregnated composite fibers around a rotating mandrel to create a composite golf shaft. By using different fibers and resins and incorporating various winding techniques, filament winding creates high fiber loading with directional strength characteristics. Composite products produced through the filament winding process exhibit excellent strength. The result is high performance shafts with great feel, better accuracy, and more distance. All other VA shafts are made by the process of flag wrapping or table rolling using composite materials.
The BADDAZZ line will be available in an assortment of weights and flexes in irons and woods. The irons will consist of 45 grams all the way up to 75 grams; the woods will range from 55 grams to 75 grams. They will be available at Club Champion studios in June.
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