Yes, we just wrote about a putter on Friday, but we'd be remiss if we didn't tell you about the Grafalloy Epic Shaft ($135), which Trevor Immelman's used this weekend as he won the 2008 Masters. The shafts are made using molecular nano-crystalline metals from PowerMetal instead of traditional metal or graphite, providing tremendous strength to weight properties, and the feel of graphite with greater distance and as much as a 35% improvement in shot dispersion. Whether you're a weekend hack or a 1-shot handicapper, you'll find a lot to like in these new shafts.
Just in time to help out on those tough Augusta greens (don't we wish...), the Taylor Made Rossa Monza Spider Putter ($200) brings the company's movable weight technology to the Texas Wedge. The Monza provides increased stability, forgiveness, and a great roll thanks to its steel wire-frame head construction, strong aluminum core, and its unique "wings," putting more of the putter's weight on the perimeter. Seeing as how it was the number one putter at last week's tourney, we're sure it'll make a great addition to your bag.