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Accessibility Statement

This statement was last updated on March 25, 2024.

ARETERA Golf is committed to providing a website and product information that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. We aim to comply with W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 standards and are actively working to provide additional navigation and accessibility tools to improve the experience for all users. If you experience any difficulty in accessing this website, please don't hesitate to contact us via the chat functionality, by calling our offices at 1-619-552-3255, or by email at We will work directly with you to provide requested product information or assist with any transaction in a manner that is better accessible to you.

Safety Statement

ARETERA Golf is committed to manufacturing quality, reliable, and safe golf shafts to promote the enjoyment of the game for players of all abilities. 

As a reminder, carbon golf shafts should always be inspected before each use for signs of damage. Impact with hard objects, other shafts or use during the course of a round of golf can all cause damage. We recommend flexing each shaft and inspecting for any sign of cracks or splits before each use. Grasp the shaft near the tip-section and butt-section, flex the golf shaft along its length so as to deflect it approximately 1” to 2” in an arc and listen for cracking. Never use a carbon golf shaft with any sign of damage. A cracked or split golf shaft can suffer catastrophic failure during normal use and cause severe injury to you or others in the area.


Erring on the side of caution is always the best course of action when inspecting golf shafts. ARETERA Golf is committed to providing, safe, durable golf shafts. Use good judgment in determining whether or not something is unsafe, incorrect, or there is a possibility of harm.


This product can expose you to chemicals including carbon black (airborne, unbound particles of respirable size), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. Exposure to carbon black may occur through activities that involve cutting, drilling, sawing, or machining of our products, which may generate black dust containing carbon black particles.

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