AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite  Iron Shaft

AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Iron Shaft


XCaliber Tour SL Iron - A Flex 40" - .370 tip (62g) 2B2M -
$21.99
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XCaliber Tour SL Iron - R Flex 40" - .370 tip (63g) 3B2M -
$21.99
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XCaliber Tour SL Iron - S Flex 40" - .370 tip (64g) 4B2M -
$21.99
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1-3 $15.50
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AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Iron Shaft

Features:
  • Uniquely wound shafts, reinforced with an outer weave material, provides the stability and playability of a much heavier iron shaft.
  • Designed for players looking to regain distance without a sacrifice in feel or stability.
  • Mid-high flight without excessive spin.

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XCaliber Shaft Specifications

AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Iron Shaft is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great looking shafts Re-shafted a set of speed-blade irons and got rid of the velox shafts that came in them. I highly recommend this shaft, increased distance and accuracy and very pleased with my purchase.
Date published: 2015-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from lack of quality control I have purchased 7 of these shafts and had to send 2 back because the tips were much larger than 0370 that was expected.
Date published: 2015-04-25
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I am 73 and are playing with Callaway razor irons with penely stiff shafts. I want to go to the xcaliber tour sl graphite shafts .I feel that I need to go to the senior shaft would this shaft be right . I hit a 6iron about 155yds. Thank you  Rick3109 I

Asked by: Rick 3109
Based on your information the Xcaliber Tour SL A flex iron shafts could work well for you. It should be a good choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-28

Is this shaft available with .355 taper? Thanks, Bob

Asked by: Bob
No the Xcaliber Tour SL iron shafts are not available with a .355" taper tip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-07

I have a set of TM tour burner irons with reg/graphite shafts. I also have a set of TM rocketbladz with stiff steel. I would like to switch to graphite. I hit my 7 iron 175 with steel. I have not played the tour burners so cannot give accurate info

Asked by: Moosch
If you hit your 7 iron 175 yards you would still most likely want a stiff flex. The standard Rocketbladz irons take a .370 tip shaft. If they are the RB Tour irons, a .355 taper tip shaft would be needed. There are a lot of options for you to choose from. Aerotech makes a tour proven product, and the UST Recoil product has been very popular. We have had great success with the Paderson Kinetixx product as well as Xcaliber graphite iron shafts. Difficult to narrow down beyond the flex based on the information given. It may be necessary to test a few different weights of shafts in your flex to determine the best option.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-05-20

Currently playing '13 TaylorMade RocketBladez irons (4-P) with the Rocketfuel 85 Flighted Steel S flex shafts. Time to move to R flex and take care of a chronic shoulder issue. Also need higher launch. Would the XCaliber Tour SL Iron-R Flex be a good fit?

Asked by: brickyard1911
The Xcaliber could work. The only issue is if the 20 gram difference in weight will too much of a change in weight. An alternative would be the Paderson Kinetixx Trajectory Series Iron shaft in an R flex. It is 78 grams and is a Mid/High trajectory shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-04-27

I am playing Adams Pro Black CB1 irons (5-pw), with your Graftech GT 65 shafts.  I tried the new Ping G irons at our club yesterday with both the regular shaft and the Lite 80.  With the Lite, I hit the ball high and straight. Will this shaft do the same?

Asked by: Roger
The Xcaliber Tour SL is a good shaft and could help to improve the performance of your Adams irons. I would expect the stock shafts in the Ping G irons play a little more flexible then normal and possibly a little more flexible then the Tour SL. The Ping R flex is likely playing closer to an A flex and this will help to hit the ball a little higher. There is also a good chance that the center of gravity in the Ping G irons is lower then the Adams irons and this will also help you hit the ball higher.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-11

What does 3b2m mean?

Asked by: j626262
3B2M is a code that is assigned to this shaft. The 3 tells you it is an R flex. The B tells you that the weight in a mid range weight shaft. A C for the 2nd code would indicate a heavier shaft weight for more control and a D stands for a lighter weight shaft which could create distance. The 2 indicates in this case a mid trajectory shaft. A 1 in this case would indicate a low trajectory shaft and a 3 indicates a high trajectory shaft. The M indicates that no correction is needed for a hook or slice. An S would indicate a shaft to help correct a slice and an H a shaft to help correct a hook. At this link on our web site you can enter your information and it will create your shaft code and then bring up the shafts that have that code. http://www.golfworks.com/article.asp_Q_ai_E_496
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-11

I've got the xcaliber graphite iron shafts now, would I gain anything by going to the Tour SL graphite shafts.....I'm 70 years young and I 'm looking for a way to get another 10/15 yds. ,with my irons

Asked by: Gypsy
The Tour SL are slightly lighter, depending on the flex you have, and lowering the overall weight of the club can help increase clubhead speed resulting in more distance. That being said, there is not enough difference in the shaft weight between these two to gain 10 to 15 yards. For reference, a 1 mph increase in clubhead speed will yield approx. 2.3 yards. It takes 30 grams of shaft weight reduction to pick up 1.5 mph in clubhead speed and 1 inch in club length to to pick up 1 mph in cluhead speed. If you did try the lighter shaft and lengthen the playing length of your clubs, you could possibly pick up a few yards, but 10 to 15 yards is a lot for a shaft change with only a few grams of weight difference.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-02-10
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