AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft

AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft


XCaliber Tour SL - A Flex 45" - 335 tip (54g) 2B2M -
$34.99
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XCaliber Tour SL - R Flex 45" - 335 tip (56g) 3B2M -
$34.99
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XCaliber Tour SL - S Flex 45" - 335 tip (57g) 4B2M -
$34.99
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XCaliber Tour SL - Tour S Flex 45" - 335 tip (58g) 4.5B2M -
$34.99
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AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft

Features:
  • Super Ultra Lightweight design increases club head speed for improved distance.
  • The only Super Lite shafts in the industry with butt frequencies equal to much heavier shafts, providing more stability for all levels of players.
  • Designed to produce a medium to high trajectory.

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Xcaliber Shaft Specifications

AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from XCaliber Tour SL FW Fitted to a TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 3-wood. The stock TM stiff shaft was very light (48g) and I hit the 3-wood further off the tee than most of my playing partners' hit their drivers, but consistency/dispersion was poor and I had trouble getting height off the deck, so I tried the XCaliber Tour SL stiff flex on the recommendation of a playing partner who has a +2 handicap. It is amazing! Still light and long, but much more stable through impact and getting great results off the tee and fairway. I play to a 5 handicap. Definitely worth considering for a lightweight fairway wood.
Date published: 2014-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stable distance, fantastic trajectory. I can't say enough about this shaft. I purchased the Tour SL FW shaft in Regular flex. I installed this in my favorite Power Play Brassie 2W. It is hard to describe how good this shaft feels, and how it seems to have the great soft feel and distance characteristics of Regular flex with the stable feeling and tight dispersion characteristics of a Stiff flex. The trajectory is insane: it looks like one of those late-rising 100+ mph fastballs thrown by an ace MLB closer, with a late rise and beautiful descent angle that gives perfect release and run-out. Highly recommended. I hit my driver approximately 225 yards in the air and this 2-wood gets me about 215 in the air, but the 2 wood can be hit from the deck. FYI the tape measure is longer after run of course, but roll out is course-variable so I didn't include. Happy club-smithing!
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Shaft! I bought these shafts and installed them in taylormade areo burner knockoffs. They are regular flex and they totally outperform my taylormade aero burners with regular shafts. Especially if I get a little aggressive with my swing. Once I get back to Florida I will be changing them out!
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great feel, superb accuracy. Great consistency, with hook or fade. Very light and workable.
Date published: 2015-06-25
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i have a plan to change my fairway wood shaft from ping g25, tfc189 fairway shaft(stiff) to axe xcaliber tour sl fairway shaft(r), code no.as0029, but tip dia is diffrent with .350", .335".. let me know that i can change it avaibale? or not?

Asked by: duk song
The information I have is the G25 fairway woods used a .335" tip diameter shaft. So there would be no problem using the Xcaliber Tour SL shaft. You will need the PGC001 shaft adaptor for the Ping unless you are planning on reshafting the existing shaft adaptor. http://www.golfworks.com/ping-i25-g25-anser-shaft-adaptor/p/PGC001/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-18

WHAT DO I NEED TO BUY? I WANT TO REPLACE THE SHAFT ON MY TAYLOR MADE R11, DRIVER WHICH IS 43" AND MY 3 WOOD WHICH IS 41". I WAS TOLD THE C CALIBER TOUR SL -S FLEX . ALSO TOLD I NEEDED A .350" TIP SHAFT ADOPTER. I DON'T SEE THESE ITEMS ON THE ORDER

Asked by: Jim43
To properly install the Xcaliber shafts into the R11 driver and 3 wood you will need to use the Taylor Made TM0016 shaft adapters. These shaft adapters accept a .335" shaft tip size and will install into the R11 driver and 3 wood. http://www.golfworks.com/taylormade-r11-s-r11-and-r9-shaft-adaptor-sleeve/p/TM0016/ http://www.golfworks.com/taylormade-r11-r11s-tp-special-buy-2-get-3/p/TM0016S/ If you do not have the Taylor Made wrench to change out the shaft adapter you will need that as well. http://www.golfworks.com/taylormade-universal-torque-wrench/p/TM0018/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-08

I NEED A TOUR SL S FLEX 36" LONG FOR A TAYLOR MADE R11 WHICH HAS A ADJUSTABLE HEAD. WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO BUY?

Asked by: Jim43
You would need a .335" shaft adapter for the R11 to properly install the Xcaliber Tour SL shaft. The stock shaft adapter for the R11 driver used a .350" tip shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-06

Would answer to question #2 regarding white and red lines apply to left hand golfers?

Asked by: Roy40
For a left hand golfer you could still put the Red line on the top of the shaft. These shafts are tested using an oscillation test, they are not tested for a spine, and as long as the white line is facing or facing away from the target you will be OK.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-05

What's the difference between this and the AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Wood Shaft? Seems to me the weight is heavier but is that all? Can I use this shaft on a driver (Srixon Z545)?

Asked by: Sean
You are correct that the fairway model is heavier. Along with that the stiffness profiles between the two are different as well as the total length of the shaft. Driver-46" & Fairway 45" respectively.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-03-17

What do the white and red stripes/lines on the shaft butt indicate?

Asked by: gate
The white line indicates a flat line oscillation plane for the shaft. The shaft is then rotated 90 degrees and marked with a red line. During assembly you put the red line on the top dead center of the shaft and it will put the flat line oscillation plane in line to the target so that the shaft will perform more consistently.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-09

what is "A" flex

Asked by: gate
An A flex is a Senior flex that plays more flexible then an R flex for slower swingspeeds. On driver swingspeeds we use a range between of 63 and 76 mph for fitting an A flex shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-02

Would you happen to know what is the CPM of the XCaliber Tour SL Fairway wood shaft in R-Flex and S-Flex?

Asked by: Egidiou Lee
I do not have any CPM readings for these shaft in assembled clubs but I do have CPM testing from the raw shafts. The R flex is 280 cpm's and the S flex is 286 cpm's. The S flex does get stiffer in the lower part of the shaft then the R flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-04
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