The new Aldila Tour Green utilizes the latest materials and manufacturing technology to create a new shaft designed to maximize the power of your individual golf swing. The constant taper shaft profile provides exceptional feel and a smooth, controlled release. The Tour Green is made with the latest generation of Aldila’s Micro Laminate materials (MLT®). The ultra thin, ultra strong material allows for the construction of a shaft with outstanding performance and unparalleled consistency.
Aldila Tour Green nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft is rated
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Super Consistent TrajectoryI purchased the Aldila Tour Green 65 X stiff driver shaft about a year ago from the golf course that I work at. I am a single digit handicap with a club head speed averaging around 114 mph. This shaft fits my swing perfectly and has really improved my game through gaining a little more control with my driver. Here are some of the pros and cons of this driver shaft.
? This shaft has a really smooth feel to it as well as a really good weight. It feels very balanced in your hands as you stand over the ball and throughout the swing.
? The low launch of the shaft is also very consistent. When you are really swinging the way you want the shaft will react accordingly and launch the ball at a mid to low trajectory due to the low spin on the ball.
? The overall look of the shaft is good as well. The Shaft is mostly a dark gray but also has some very cool green circuit board graphics up towards the handle.
? The shaft comes in a length of 46? which for myself being 6?1? is not a problem, but I could see it being annoying for a shorter person having to go out and get it shortened to their preferred length.
? This is a premium shaft and has a steeper price tag than a lot of other shafts on the market.
? I would prefer a slightly heavier shaft weight, but that is a personal preference.
Overall the Aldila Tour Green 65 X stiff driver shaft is a great buy and a wonderful product. The fact that the shaft comes in all flexes, from regular to extra stiff, I would recommend this shaft to a golfer of any swing speed that would like a lower spin lower trajectory driver shaft. It may be a little on the pricey side but the performance that you get is well worth the purchase.
Date published: 2015-09-24
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Can I order the Tour Green shaft already fitted with Titleist 915 driver hosel, cut to standard length and a Ping grip code White? My current location is Vietnam but the item can be delivered to an address in California.
Asked by: Georgie
Yes you can. You would need to place an order for the shaft, adaptor and grip. At Checkout in the Special Notes box you would tell us what specifications you would like the shaft assembled to and also which setting on the adaptor you would like the shaft installed to.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-02
i fight spin rate on drivers.....i am a +1.7 ?had a blue board 70x tipped a 1/2 inch in an FT-5 till it busted...is this shaft comparable 2 blue board if not a few hints on wat 2 look at??
Asked by: hawk298
If you would like to stay with the Mitsubishi brand, the D+ would be a good replacement for the Blue with low launch, low spin performance. Shafts in the MPF Shaft rating category of 5C1M should fit you well. The Aldila Tour Green 75 would be a good option also.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2014-12-23
Can you tell the difference between the Aldila Tour Blue nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft and the Green nxt Gen shaft?
Asked by: randys
The Aldila Tour Blue nxt Gen MLT is a mid bend point with a medium tip stiffness for more of a mid ball flight. The Green nxt Gen is a mid/high bend point with a firm tip stiffness for a slight lower ball flight then the Blue. You can see the specifications for these shafts at these links. Just scroll down to the bottom of the pages.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-22
Please give me three comparable shafts to the stiff flex tour green shaft .335
Asked by: Richie 4
Based on the weight, torsional stiffness, bend point and tip stiffness, shafts that are similar are UST ProForce V5 s flex, Mitsubishi Diamana B 60 S flex, and the Mitsubishi Fubuki K-Series 60 S flex. these have similar specifications. It is important to note that even though these have similar specifications, the material, the flex distribution the entire length of the shaft, and the geometry can still vary that can make them feel and perform differently even though the specs are similar.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-11-12
What are the recommended swing speeds for the Regular and Stiff flex
Asked by: dmallensr
Aldila suggest that R flex be used for golfers with a 90-100mph swing speed and an S flex be used with a 100-110mph swing speed.
Answered by: The GolfWorks
Date published: 2014-09-05
Looking for specs on Aldila-Tour-ATX-75-4.3 R
Asked by: Flip
The Aldila Tour ntx 75 R flex has a butt diameter of .632", tip diameter of .335", 72 grams in total weight, 46" raw length, 4.3 degrees of torque, 3.0" parallel tip section length and has a mid-high bend point.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-08-28
Looking for specs on Project Xpx R-flex
Asked by: Flip
If your looking for the specs on the Prject X Pxi iron shafts, they are listed on the website. the 5.0 flex would be considered a R+ flex (slightly stronger R and .600" butt, .355" tip, 108 grams and is designated by True Temper as a mid launch iron shaft.