Aerotech Golf Launches Brand New Gener8 Graphite Shafts

In case you’re not familiar with the brand, you must learn that Aerotech is currently one of the most respected companies in the US, as they’re the proud manufacturer of the No. 1 composite iron shaft in the world. Yes, that sounds pretty interesting, we know, and the same goes for today’s news: Aerotech Golf recently introduced its new Gener8 graphite iron shafts. Gener8 is a fancy name for a glorified graphite iron shaft that’s specifically engineered to please mid- to high-handicappers who are seeking for a high performance piece of golf gear, in this particular case a graphite shaft, obviously, to deliver higher, longer and more consistent ball flights.

The new Gener8 graphite iron shafts are built with a unique Seamless Filament Wound (SFW) Core Technology; without getting very technical on this one, we must tell you that SFW works in tandem with a higher elastic composite micro-fiber outer veil, in order to provide you with ultimate control and maximum distance. Gibberish aside, the outer veil thing works by keeping the shaft's uniformity and thus delivers consistency in all planes of the shaft's circumference. That's what makes Gener8 shafts different from other similar products available on the market today, i.e. lightweight graphite iron shafts.

Aerotech Golf Launches Brand New Gener8 Graphite Shafts

As per president of Aerotech Golf Chris Hilleary:

“We're very excited to launch the new Gener8 graphite shaft lightweight graphite shafts are often known for their inconsistency, however, Gener8 shafts are designed with an entirely new technology that uses a unique micro-fiber out veil that delivers stability and consistency shot after shot. This is a high-performance graphite shaft that delivers faster swing speeds and more reliability for solid clubhead-to-ball contact.”

In closing, the new graphite iron shafts from Aerotech will be available in stores all across the US in 4 flexes: S, R, A and L respectively, with trim weights of 60, 58, 56 and 53 grams. Shafts made by Aerotech will be available as custom options with several established golf gear manufacturers; think along the lines of Callaway, PXG, Titleist, Ping, TaylorMade, Cobra, Cleveland Golf, Bridgestone Golf, Srixon, Miura, KZG, and Nakashima Golf, and also via professional golf club fitters worldwide.