Overview/Technology-

The Harrison Saga is a new shaft, introduced in 2008, and is known for one of the more stable shafts available today. The low Torque coupled with a a mid flex point, makes this shaft tough to beat in the dispersion category.

Harrison uses a low twist geometry that allows this shaft to have one of the best shot dispersion in its category (stable, low launch, shafts) appealing to the better golfer.

The Saga definitely is one of a dynamic profile. For example, as the overall shaft stiffness increases, the tip section stiffens up and its resistance to torque drops – by allowing the tip stiffness to correspond to the shaft flex, this allows for better players and average golfers to use the same shaft. Additionally Harrison tweaked the flex profile of the shaft so that the softer flexes have higher launch angle to appeal to a larger audience.

Harrison Saga Specs-

TYPE
CONSTRUCTION
TIP
TORQUE
FLEX
FLEX POINT
WT.
LENGTH
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
3.5°
A, R, S
Mid
65g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
3.5°
R, S, X
Mid
75g
46″

Actual Player Feedback-

“The Saga turned out the longest with the best dispersion”

Pros/Positives-

The Saga is a very and dynamic shaft that will appeal to the many, better golfers. It’s low Torque combined with a mid flex point provides all the stability you need in most cases. In addition, this shaft is most golfer’s price range, a medium priced shaft with great features.

Cons/Negatives-

Even though the shaft profile is dynamic, the mid bend point and lower Torque will probably scare some away.

Overall Rating-

Great addition to Harrison’s high quality shaft line. When you have Padraig Harrington, K.J. Choi and Rory Sabbatini touting your products, you bound to have some followers. The Harrison Saga should be no exception – it provides great stability and tight dispersion rates.