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AXE XCaliber Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft

AXE XCaliber Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Arthur Xtreme XCaliber Fairway A Flex - .335" tip (75g) 2B2M - $29.99 In Stock
Arthur Xtreme XCaliber Fairway R Flex - .335" tip (75g) 3B2M - $29.99 In Stock
Arthur Xtreme XCaliber Fairway S Flex - .335" tip (75g) 4B2M - $29.99 In Stock
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AXE XCaliber Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft

The Arthur Xtreme Xcaliber FW Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft is designed for higher ball flight and a softer feel.

  • .335 tip diameter
  • Designed as a true fairway shaft, not a driver shaft simply cut down to lenght
  • Made for a mid to high ball flight and optimized spin

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Xcaliber FW Graphite Golf Shaft Specifications

AXE XCaliber Graphite Fairway Wood Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Straight as an arrow I replaced the stock S flex shaft in a Nike Covert 5 wood that felt good when I swung it, but it gave wide and unpredictable dispersion. My irons are frequency matched to a 5.5 coefficient (equivalent to R+ flex in KBS tour) so I wanted the 5 wood to have similar feel. I bought the R flex in the 75g XCaliber FW and then had it tipped 2 inches to get the required stiffness. What an amazing shaft this has turned out to be! Absolutely the most accurate fairway wood I have ever had. Great off the tee and off the turf. Less than a week after having the shaft installed I used it in a 3 club challenge (I used only 5 wood, 8 iron + putter) over 9 holes and managed to shoot 40 on a course with 138 slope rating. I was able to hit controlled shots between 150 and 210 yd with it and still get the ball on hold on elevated greens. Very hard to believe that such a good shaft costs less than $30!
Date published: 2014-08-29