Aldila NV Graphite Wood Shaft

Aldila NV Graphite Wood Shaft


55A Flex - 335 tip (54g) 2B2M
$44.99
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55R Flex - 335 tip (56g) 3B2M
$44.99
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55S Flex - 335 tip (57g) 4B1M
$44.99
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55X Flex - 335 tip (58g) 5B1M
$44.99
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65R Flex - 335 tip (67g) 3B2M
$44.99
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65S Flex - 335 tip (67g) 4B2M
$44.99
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65X Flex - 335 tip (68g) 5B2M
$44.99
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75R Flex - 335 tip (78g) 3B1H
$44.99
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75S Flex - 335 tip (78g) 4B1H
$44.99
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75X Flex - 335 tip (78g) 5B1H
$44.99
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65R Flex - 350 tip (67g) 3B2M
$44.99
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65S Flex - 350 tip (67g) 4B2M
$44.99
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65X Flex - 350 tip (68g) 5B2M
$44.99
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75R Flex - 350 tip (78g) 3B1H
$44.99
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75S Flex - 350 tip (78g) 4B1H
$44.99
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75X Flex - 350 tip (78g) 5B1H
$44.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Aldila NV Graphite Wood Shaft

The Aldila NV graphite wood shaft provides the player with very uniform feel and consistent performance due to its constant taper wall thickness design.

  • .335" and .350" tip diameters available
  • Constant taper design to eliminate "dead spots" or inconsistent flex zones
  • Unmatched consistency throughout the NV line, regardless the shaft weight
  • Available in 55, 65, 75 or 85 Series

Trimming Instructions

Aldila NV Graphite Wood Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smoooooth!!! This is one smooth shaft. I purchased the 65X .335 for my Supertri a while back as the stock shaft felt like a wet noodle. I have a high swing speed coupled with a quick transition which really loads this shaft up well. It's just so responsive, that I can feel the clubheads presence throughout the swing. Nice medium to low launch and the ball just soars on a smooth arc with excellent roll out. I have since pulled the tour issue Project X out my Titleist 910D3 are re-tipped this shaft to fit. With all of the new models (shafts) that have been released, it's easy to see why Aldila hasn't discontinued this classic! Definitely one of the "best bang for your buck" shafts on the market!
Date published: 2012-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft I bought the Aldila NV green shaft to go in my R-15 driver. I had the shaft pured, trimmed and a new adaptor and taylormade grip installed. I have this shaft in a 7 wood and 9 wood and it's just right for me. I firmly believe in puring (spine align) the shaft. I got the new shaft, put it right in my R-15 and it hits great, also about 15 yards further. I will also get it for my R-15 3 wood.
Date published: 2016-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Consistent feel and results! I have been searching for a decent shaft for my TM M1. This shaft is perfect. Sacrificed some distance but gained complete control. I can shape a variety of shots and haven't been in trouble with this shaft.
Date published: 2016-04-25
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will this fit for RBZ Taylor made driver ?

Asked by: Godzilla
The RBZ driver used a .350" tip diameter shaft. If you use the existing shaft adaptor you will need to shim this .335" tip diameter shaft to fit the .350" adaptor. You could install this shaft into a new TM0017 shaft adaptor to fit the RBZ driver. http://www.golfworks.com/taylormade-rbz-shaft-adaptor-sleeve/p/TM0017/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-18

What tip diameter would I need for my 2009 Taylormade Burner driver? I believe it's .350, but would I need .335 with an adapter? I'm looking at the NV 65G stiff shaft.

Asked by: Rob
Yes the 2009 Taylor Made Burner would use a .350" tip shaft. To install a .335" tip size shaft you can use the BB9008 adaptor. You would purchase the one listed for .335" http://www.golfworks.com/taylormade-r5-r7-burner-and-super-quad-adaptor/p/BB9008/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-08

which Aldila models are the equivalent of an "A" flex or Senior flex

Asked by: John
A flex is the Senior flex and in the NV we have the A flex only in the 55 gram weight model. http://www.golfworks.com/aldila-nv-graphite-wood-shaft/p/1205W/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-28

I want a NV driver shaft Sr flex to install on a Callaway FT iz driver head. What size to order

Asked by: Jay
The Callaway FT IZ driver used a .350" tip diameter shaft. http://www.golfworks.com/aldila-nv-graphite-wood-shaft/p/1205W/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-25

A flex is for what swing speed?

Asked by: rogersr
We reference 63 to 76 mph swingspeed for an A flex driver.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-22

what does the 4b1m mean on shaft description

Asked by: Don
4 is for the Shaft flex, 4 is an S flex. B is for a shaft that will give you a balance of distance and control. Shafts in this category are sorted by weight. D is the lightest weight graphite and steel shafts. C is for the heaviest steel and graphite shafts. 1 is for a low trajectory shaft design. 2 is for mid trajectory and 3 is for high trajectory. M is for a shaft that is not needed to correct a hook or slice. S is for shafts to help correct a slice and H is for shaft to help correct a hook. At this link you can answer the questions to create your 4 digit code and click on Get Your MPF and it will bring up the shafts in that code. http://www.golfworks.com/mpf-shaft-fitting-worksheet/a/496/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-13

I would like to know the difference between nv 55 reg flex and a nv 60 reg flex j spec.  The question is what is a j spec.?

Asked by: Birdie Chip
I have no idea what is meant by j spec. The main difference between the NV 55 and NV65 is the weight. The NV 55 R flex weights 56 grams and the NV 65 R flex weights 67 grams. The NV 55 has a slightly higher torque at 3.9 compared to the 65 at 3.5. There playing characteristics are very similar. You can see all the specifications at this link and scrolling down the page to the specification box. http://www.golfworks.com/aldila-nv-graphite-wood-shaft/p/1205W/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-12

What is the difference in a nv rah aft and a nv j spec?

Asked by: Birdie chip
I am a little confused about just what shafts you are trying to compare. Can you be a little more specific with the shaft names of what you are looking for?
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-11
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