New KBS 1 One Step Tour putter shaft is heavier than most other options on the market to provide more flexibility and feel on the greens.
KBS – the only complete brand to offer a high-performance golf shaft for every club in the bag – have introduced the revolutionary 1 One Step putter shaft to help accomplished golfers hole more putts on the greens.
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Designed by Kim Braly, Master Shaft Engineer and Director of R&D for KBS Golf Shafts, the groundbreaking new shaft provides golfers with more flexibility in creating a pure amplified feel and reduced vibration at impact for more accurate and consistent putts.
Weighing six grams more than conventional putters at 130g, the 1 One Step putter shaft is a single bend, straight tip model .370 in diameter.
“On average, around 45% of strokes per round involve your putter, so we wanted to create a shaft with varying putter head weights per stroke that puts more confidence in the hands of those who currently aren’t that confident on the greens,” said Kim.
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“A lot of time and investment has gone into producing another putter shaft that can be played by a Tour pro or a higher handicapper. On the green it’s all about feel and the 1 One Step creates that pure feel, enabling a smooth stable stroke each and every time.
“The research we did saw many more putts holed, so I’m excited to see how golfers react to it.”
As the second putter shaft to be created by KBS, the 1 One Step follows the popular CT Tour version launched in 2019 and comes in chrome, black matte and black gloss finishes.
KBS now offers 30 different shafts through the golf bag, including 18 iron options featuring different weights and flexes.
There are also four wedge shafts, a hybrid shaft and the new TG Graphite Wood shaft. All KBS shafts are designed to benefit the game of the broadest range of golfers – from global Tour stars to accomplished amateurs and juniors.
The KBS 1 One Step putter shaft will be available from February. Fitting prices may vary, so check with your local pro or clubmaker.
More information at www.kbsgolfshafts.com