Royal Precision has won every major U.S. championship, every major on the Senior and LPGA Tours, multiple Vardon Trophies, seven straight Orders of Merit and Player of the Year titles on every tour. For more than 70 years, many of golf's greatest players have trusted Royal Precision to provide Tour-quality shafts and grips–for good reason.
With a dedicated focus on improving golf technology, Royal Precision has earned the confidence of golfers and golf equipment companies the world over.
Royal Precision Shaft Technology
Royal Precision shafts is now owned and operated by True Temper.
Royal Precision developed what is now a very popular Project X shaft. Some of this impressive technology includes Frequency Matching, Microtaper Step Geometry and Flighted Technology. These technologies collectively play a huge role in the success and popularity Rifle shafts enjoy today.
Royal Precision shafts have been used to produce some of the world’s best-selling golf clubs. With breakthrough engineering such as Frequency Matching, Rifle, MicroTaper Step and Flighted shaft technologies, the company has forged a reputation for excellence and innovation. These introductions have not only raised the bar in terms of technology, they’ve redefined the game for golfers worldwide.
Royal Precision introduced Frequency Matching, a measurement and definition of a shaft's flex through electronic calibration. With Frequency Matching, the shaft flexes and feels the same with every swing, ensuring a perfectly matched set of clubs. Players can now count on having a consistent flex for every club in their bag.
Rifle shafts were the first to introduce Microtaper Step in the line of light weight steel shafts, specifically the Precision Lite and Precision Micro Lite steel shafts. This technology allows for a tighter shot dispersion resulting in better control and greater distance.
Flighted technology is a concept that changes the kick point for any club, to achieve a more controlled ball flight. Long irons will have a lower kick point to achieve a higher ball flight and shorter irons will have a higher pick point for a lower trajectory to achieve more accuracy and control.
Royal Precision Rifle iron shaft selection includes