Diamana +PLUS™ Series NEW!

The Next-Generation Diamana +Plus™ Series

The Next-Generation Diamana™ +Plus Series builds on the success of its 2011 predecessor. This is one of the latest products in the long-standing Diamana™ brand that's captured more than 100 professional wins globally since the company established its U.S. office in 2004. The new series has multiple bend profiles, features an adaptive balance point system, M.D.I. Technology ToughQURE™ resin system, and for the first time all three bend profiles incorporate a 50 Gram Series.

Adaptive Balance Point – The adaptive balance point system incorporated into the overall Diamana™ +PLUS Series was designed to target the best balance point for each series for optimal performance for the target player and to create even more build options, adding clubfitting versatility when working with today's adjustable head technology.

M.D.I. (Multi-Dimensional Interlay) - The M.D.I. process now encompasses the full length of the shaft, and not just the tip section as in previous models. Ultra-thin carbon fiber is layered in incredibly precise patterns and locations along the shaft, giving pinpoint control over stiffness and stability. This also maximizes resilience when storing and releasing energy. Because the new M.D.I. allows the use of thinner materials, the overall shaft weight can be reduced by 3-4 grams without sacrificing torque.

TOUGH-QURE™ Resin System - The Tough-Qure™ Resin System, developed internally at Mitsubishi Rayon, features extra polymers that are added in the curing process. These polymers fill in tiny gaps in the prepreg, resulting in better feel and feedback. Tough-Qure™ also helps the material "cure" faster, producing a stiffer feel that's beneficial in the tip section.

Progressive Torque - A Progressive Torque system optimizes performance by targeting shaft torque and frequency, with one addition: The new TX flex features 46T carbon fiber, providing our stiffest, lowest-torque flex in the series for better players. Meanwhile, players of all abilities can benefit from a torque and frequency designed to meet their swing speeds.