Introducing Shotmaker Golf Shaft Insert





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Uploaded on Jun 15, 2011

The Shotmaker is a removable golf shaft insert. It is the first ever USGA rules conforming accuracy boosting device of its kind. The insert is very light. It weighs only 4 grams. The Shotmaker invention has received 4 U.S. patents.

The most vulnerable section of a golf shaft is its tip section. When club head impacts golf ball, this is the area that vibrates and deforms the most. It is common knowledge among golf shaft designers that stable tip section improves accuracy dramatically. As a solution, shaft makers offer tip stiff shafts for better tip stability. However, tip stiff shafts are less responsiveness in play, and golfers in general have shunned away from them.

With the Shotmaker insert, we now have a revolutionary tool to stabilize the tip section. Because it is a removable insert and is not glued to the golf shaft, it does not generate a proportional increase in stiffness as compared to conventional tip stiff shafts. The Shotmaker is locked inside the golf shaft at one point only. Therefore, it allow the golf shaft to flex and twist freely with the insert wedged inside.

Most accuracy enhancement devices augment accuracy indirectly. However, the Shotmaker directly improves accuracy by improving shaft stability, eliminating deformation and lowering impact vibrations. It is so effective that accuracy improves up to 40% and spin rate decreases up to 10% at repeated independent robot and player tests. The Shotmaker comes with a 30 day money back guarantee.

Website: www.harrison.com, Email: info@harrison.com
Tel: 800-347-4646

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