Paderson Kinetixx Driver Shaft Review

Paderson Kinetixx Driver Golf Shafts

By Grant James, The Golf DoctorSydney Australia &
Measurement by Russ Ryden, Fit2Score, A Dallas Fort Worth Club Fitter & Club Maker

Paderson Golf Shafts is a name that has been making some significant waves in the aftermarket golf shaft area for a couple of years now. Most golfers haven’t heard about what this company can offer but those in the know are starting to realize that this company is bringing something new to the table. Paderson has been producing graphite shafts for almost 30 years, R&D on the KINTIXX line started in 2008.

In addition to the catalog of shafts, there is an in depth discussion of their technology and manufacturing process which I am not going to repeat here with one exception. All but a few of Paderson’s shafts are filament wound. They are one of a very few companies that have this manufacturing technology. This video copied from their site illustrates the process.

Most carbon fiber shafts are made by rolling sheets of material over a mandrel. Paderson ‘spins’ a weave of carbon fiber ribbon over the mandrel. This gives them the unique ability to tension the fiber during the weaving process.

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Enjoy and Good Golf,
Russ

  • Amit Singh

    Russ,

    Thank you for sharing such detailed information. It will be very interesting to see the Datasheet for the fairway, hybrid, and iron shafts too.

    • Thanks for letting me know a set of brackets was missing in the review. Datasheets are reserved for the professional subscribers. You got of taste of what the professional subscribers and software subscribers get to see. Sorry, that window is now closed.
      As you briefly observed, there is a great deal to be known and understood about golf shafts to understand their performance.

      • Amit Singh

        You’re welcome Russ. Don’t think I need all those numbers for every shaft in your database as I’m just an inquisitive hack. Though it would be nice to see your answers to the question I posed on the Paderson fairway shafts.