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The grip is probably the most talked about area of the swing in terms of instruction. As a matter of fact, I don't think I have ever seen someone getting a lesson who is NOT told to alter their grip somehow.
To most golfers, a shaft is just a shaft--a component that connects the grip to the clubhead. They're available in graphite or steel, and were once made of hickory. But there's more to a shaft than what meets the everyday golfer's eye. In fact, the shaft is the heart and soul of any golf club, affecting performance more than any technology-laden clubhead could ever hope to. For this reason alone, it's crucial that all golfers gain at least a cursory understanding of the shaft, its history and its many options. ... More