Introducing Mitsubishi Chemical Kai'li White Shaft.
The Kai’li™ White shaft derives its name from a blend of words that evoke the power of the ocean – the perfect moniker for an unprecedented shaft that explores new depths of strength and performance. Kai’li™ White features a taper butt design – the first ever in a whiteboard profile – for a feeling of smooth power in the hands. Designed to keep torque low for stable flight and tight dispersion, Kai’li shafts feature Super Low Resin Content prepreg in the torque core for maximum feel and are fortified with Mitsubishi Chemical’s flagship MR70 material to retain stability. A powerful combination that proves you don’t have to sacrifice flight for feel. A true power play, Kai’li is everything the modern golf athlete desires.
Kai’li™ White explores new depths of power and performance in a low-launch, low-spin driver shaft. Designed to keep torque low under the demands of today’s high-velocity swings, Kai’li White features an extremely strong MR70-reinforced tip to promote consistent center-face impact and tighter dispersion. Additionally, a taper butt design – the first in a Mitsubishi Chemical low-launch profile – along with Super Low Resin Content (S.L.R.C.) Prepreg and increased carbon fiber ratio in the torque core produce a smooth, responsive feel in the hands not often associated with low launch profiles.
Flight without Sacrificing Feel: Already a winner on tour, Kai’li White features an exclusive Super Low Resin Content Prepreg in the most consequential part of the golf shaft for feel: the torque core. This application allows for an increased volume of carbon fiber to help drive torque lower, increase stability, and provide greater frequency response to the golfer’s hands... even in a low launch shaft.
Specifically designed and developed by Mitsubishi Chemical for high-performance applications, MR70 is an innovative new carbon fiber material that is 20% stronger and has 10% the modulus than conventional materials.
Super Low Resin Content PrePreg
Super Low Resin Content PrePreg in the torque core of the shaft allows for an increased volume of carbon fiber to help drive torque lower, increase stability, and provide greater frequency response to the golfer’s hands.
Kai'li White has been tested using the GEARS motion capture system and demonstrated consistent center-face club face strikes, lower relative spin deviations, and overall tighter dispersion.