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KBS launches shaft aimed at golfers with slower swing speeds

Posted 2 months ago
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First high launch, high spin Graphite wood shaft helps golfers get the ball airborne.
KBS launches shaft aimed at golfers with slower swing speeds

KBS introduces its first-ever Graphite putter shaft

Posted 1 year ago
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Game-changing premium shaft available in eight different colour combinations
KBS introduces its first-ever Graphite putter shaft

KBS sees record number of Tour wins

Posted 4 years ago
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Red & Black label shafts averaging a global Tour win each week
KBS sees record number of Tour wins

KBS completes full set with new wood shaft

Posted 4 years ago
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TD Graphite wood shaft is the brand’s first ever driver/wood option

KBS launches revolutionary putter shaft

Posted 5 years ago
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New shaft created with direct feedback from world’s best player
KBS launches revolutionary putter shaft

KBS launches two lightweight golf shafts

Posted 5 years ago
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Adds S-Taper LITE and MAX Graphite to its long list of shafts options
KBS launches two lightweight golf shafts

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