The Tour AD MT design is based on the very popular Tour AD DI model and utilizes the same Toray Company’s Nanomaterial or “DI Technology” in the tip section of the shaft. The Tour AD MT features a stiffer mid-section and slightly softer tip than the Tour AD DI. This design feature will produce optimal launch and spin characteristics in today’s low spin drivers. The new Tour AD MT provides a player with Maximum energy Transfer resulting in superior Accuracy and Distance.
Graphite Design Tour AD MT Graphite Wood Shaft is rated
3.4 out of
Rated 5 out of
Solid Shaft!Went to a local club fitter. There was so many shafts to choose from. I was fitted with Trackman and they recommended the GD DI-6 or the MT-6. I love the Porche looking yellow and went with that. HUGE difference from the stock shaft! Picked up about 15 to 20 yards on my drives! After a few rounds with some buddies and saw that I was out driving them, they now all have Graphic Design driver shafts!
Date published: 2015-06-30
Rated 1 out of
Over ratedI'm an avid golfer w/ 30+ years, single digit handicap. Wanted 5+ yards from my Titleist Driver w/ Phenom shaft so purchased the GD MT-6 at $380.00, took to the range and was totaly disgusted, it was actually SHORTER in distance and worse in consistancy. My FIRST and LAST High Dollar Golf Shaft!
Date published: 2014-05-23
Rated 4 out of
Love my new Tour AD MT 5s shaftsI hit two large Buckets today with the Taylormade M2 and I was amazed at the accuracy and good roll out to 275 yds . My first few were on the toe but I corrected that quite easily. It seemed like I could not hook the ball with this driver, which I did easily with my old r15 and the two other woods #3and 5 were very easy to hit off the turf, perfect balanced feel to them.
Does Graphite Design make a Senior Shaft for woods?
Asked by: Rocco
Yes Graphite Design makes a Senior flex. In the Tour AD shafts they use R2 to denote Senior flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-08
I have titleist 915 D3 drive this shaft ready to use it?
Asked by: navy
This shaft could be installed into the 915 D3 driver. It you are installing the shaft into the existing adaptor the shaft tip would have to be sanded and epoxied in and the shaft would have to be cut for the finished length of the driver. If you want us to install it into a new adaptor for the Titleist driver we can do that. You would need to order the shaft and the adaptor. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_BB9058_A_cn_E_10172 We charge $10.00 to install the adaptor on the shaft. If you need us to cut the shaft to the finished length for the driver we can do that as well. We can also install the grip and you would need to order the grip as well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-07
Are you able to tip this shaft to fit into a Ping G30?
Asked by: SuperDave
The Ping G30 uses a .335" tip diameter shaft which is what this shafts tip diameter is. For a driver there would be no recommended tip trimming for installation but if you would like some additional tip trimming done there is enough parallal tip length to do that.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-30
I'm ordering this shaft for a Taylor Made r-15. Any special preperation required?
Asked by: DanD
The Taylor Made R-15 does use a .350" tip diameter shaft. The R-15 TP uses a .335". You would need to shim this .335" shaft to fit the .350" adaptor for the R-15 or purchase the the R-15 TP adaptor and install it onto this shaft. The R-15 TP adaptor will fit the R-15 head. Right now we are backordered on the R-15 TP adaptors until mid August. Our SHIM15 would work well for shimming the .335" shaft into the .350" adaptor.