The BGT (Breakthrough Golf Technology) putter shafts are the only shafts that fit all putter heads. Tour proven, ultra-premium look. MacLeonard Golf are proud to be able add this to our range of golf shafts.
Designed To Improve Putter-Specific Motion And Performance.
Stability limits unwanted movement by stiffening the shaft by 25% without abolishing feel and reducing torque by almost 50%, to deliver the club face squarer at impact. It was exhaustively tested with hundreds of putters using state-of-the-art high-speed cameras, robots, SAM Putt Lab, Quintic Ball Roll software and Trackman4.
Our objective was to isolate relatively small face movements that affects ball roll. Regardless of how well golfers’ putt, there is the human error factor that skews results. Our focus was on the putter face at impact then details ball roll till conclusion; we hit thousands of putts featuring a variety of head designs and weights to draw precise conclusions.
Mitigating Unwanted Flex And Twist.
The Stability design was extremely challenging; invent a shaft that had the same weight as a traditional steel putter shaft but without being too stiff, heavy or having a deadened feel. It also had to mitigate unwanted flex and twist.
Impact efficiency & Distance Control.
“When developing Stability our objective was to isolate the small face movements that affect ball roll. We specifically zeroed in and analyzed the putter face at impact; thousands of putts were hit with a variety of head designs and weights. The result was a reinvention of the putter shaft from the ground up.”, states Barney Adams.
Create A Better Putter Shaft.
The putter shaft has not changed for over 50 years; it’s a simple steel pipe. Over the years head designs for putters have evolved and gotten dramatically heavier. This has resulted in shafts that are not stable or strong enough to keep these heavier, advanced putter heads from oscillating, twisting and turning. In fact, the strongest part of the putter shaft is under the hands, where it does the least good; the weakest part is near the club head.