I here good things about them just want your guys expertise on them and which of any of the fst shafts are comparable to the Nippon pro modus line or the Nippon Gh line and any of the True temper or Kbs shafts?
I have used FST 115 shafts for the past 5 years or so and have found them to be outstanding. I have a natural high ball flight, these keep me from hitting satellites but still keep it respectable ;-)
my main iron set is Taylormade R7 TP and I play the Project(a). these shafts allow for great ball control (draw or fade). I get excellent carry. I generally carry my 7i about 175-180 with at most about 5 ft of roll on the green once it lands.
Every club I try out I put these in because they’re consistent from club to club and inexpensive at about $6 a shaft. I don’t know that I could get any better performance or distance from a “premium” shaft???
I bought a set of FST shafts (from Golfworks of course) when they were first released. My clubmaker was very impressed with the quality, he said there was very little weight and flex variance throughout making it much easier for him to fit the set.
he also made the passing comment that other welll known shaft suppliers are expected to be much more inconsistent.
FST (Femco Shaft Technologies) are good, value priced shafts that perform well. FST is the manufacturer of KBS shafts as well. Nippon, True Temper (premium offerings) and KBS shafts will have tighter tolerances. FST shafts tend to play a little softer per flex designation compared to others. Many players really like them and like the fact they are value priced. They are good shafts, but you can’t really compare them to premium steel offerings in the other brands.