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AXE XCaliber Graphite Irons Shafts

AXE XCaliber Graphite Irons Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
AXE XCaliber Iron - A/L Flex - 370 tip (65g) 1B2M/2B2M $19.99 In Stock
AXE XCaliber Iron - R Flex - 370 tip (75g) 3B2M $19.99 In Stock
AXE XCaliber Iron - S Flex - 370 tip (85g) 4B2H $19.99 In Stock
Shaft Service - Add. Cost
Please specify hosel depth, playing length and club head type in the "Notes" at Checkout

Pureing 1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming $4.95
Tip Prepping $2.95
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AXE XCaliber Graphite Irons Shafts

The Arthur Xtreme Engineering Xcaliber graphite iron shaft features Zone Stiffness Technology (ZST) which helps golf shots get airborne without excessive spin.

  • .370" parallel tip diameter
  • Lowest balance point of any iron in the industry combined with a med/stiff lower section helps get shots airborne without excessive spin
  • At 15 cpm stiffer than the XCaliber Hybrid, easy to make a progressively stiffer set of clubs

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Arthur Xtreme Engineering Xcaliber Graphite Iron Shaft Specifications

AXE XCaliber Graphite Irons Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from as good as they get installed these in a full set of KZG forged irons, stiff flex, excellent results. Only other iron shaft that is comparable is SK Fiber and the Xcalliber has lower more boring flight.
Date published: 2013-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AXE XCaliber Graphite Irons Shafts I removed the TT steel shafts that came with the Maltby TE Forged iron package and added these AXE XCaliber Graphite shafts. Set looks great, feels really good in my hands, plus by eliminating approximatly 20-25 grams per club I'm averaging approximately 15 yards longer per club. At 69 and hitting that extra distance I'm smiling alot more these days. I love this combination and wish Maltby would package more sets for us older guys and gals. I shot a 74 on 6700 yd. course last week.
Date published: 2015-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AXE Caliber graphite iron shaft I bought this shaft about two months ago and I am extremely pleased with the performance. I made up this club to tryout and have been very pleased with it. This club has given me better consistency and accuracy than I had with my x-14. I am going to replace my whole set with these shafts.
Date published: 2015-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft even better price Perform very well at a great price! Great for any skill level. If you want affordable graphite iron shafts, these are the ones.
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best iron shaft for the price Made my Hybrid Driving Irons ( H1,H3) play so much better.
Date published: 2015-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very responsive iron shaft I bought these (XCaliber S-flex) for a handbuilt set to replace my old Nike Slingshot HLs which were shafted with factory UST S-flex high-kick. I assembled them with a 3-PW set of new-old-stock Vulcan XDC3 forged. Tolerances were great, I measured .375" with paint coat on the shafts, when tip-prepped they were just under .370". The included trim instructions were appreciated although I cut the tips just 1/4" longer than the instruction sheet indicated in order to soft-step them a half-club or so. Once they were bonded, butt-trimmed and gripped, I hit them at the range. Of course, going from cast to forged heads, it was much more necessary to hit the ball in the sweet spot for a pure shot. Launch angle was definitely reduced and spin seems to be lower also. I gained about 5 yards per club. The very low torque (2.3, I think?) is a big help in hitting the ball dead straight. I don't fade the ball at all and in fact had been over-drawing it with the Nike clubs so I am really impressed with the accuracy benefits of this shaft. Feel is nice and smooth except on very off-center strikes. The extra 10 grams per shaft helps with tempo as well. Playing these clubs has been a blast. The shafts have not suffered any scratching in about 20 rounds. I find it easy to choke down for pitch or punch shots without losing feel. Par-3 tee shots are flying precisely without the ballooning I had with the high-launch irons. Shock from fat or bladed hits is not transmitted as with steel, although they are not as soft as some graphite S-flex I have played. Bottom line, these shafts work very well as a replacement for good-quality steel or graphite and have a player's specs for torque and kick point.
Date published: 2015-06-02
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Thanks for the recent information. One last question: ?are the Xcaliber iron shafts spine marked from the factory?

Asked by: Dje4msu
They are not spine tested but they are tested in an oscillation plane with a white line. They then rotate the shaft 90 degrees and mark the shaft with a red line. During assembly install the shaft with the red line on top with the white line oscillation plane will be in line with the target.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-09

I am interested in the Xcaliber .370 tip iron shafts. I would like to trim to "firm" flex (between R and S). ?Would it be better to purchase R and increase the amount of tip trim or use S and decrease tip trim? ?Thanks.

Asked by: Dje4msu
Normally we would use the R flex and do 1/2" additional tip trimming. However with the Xcaliber iron shafts there is a difference in 10 grams of weight between the R and S flex. R flex is 75 grams and S flex is 85 grams. If I wanted the heavier shaft I would then take the S flexes and do 1/2" less tip trimming to create the in between flex. If I wanted the lighter shaft I would take the R flex and do 1/2" more tip trimming.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-08

Does the .370 tip work on a callaway x tour?

Asked by: Rickey
The Callaway X Tour irons actually use a .363" taper tip shaft. To properly install these Xcaliber shafts the hosels would have to be reamed or rebored to accept the .370" parallel tip shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-13

I am building a set of ke4 u30's for my 11 year old grandson, he is 4'11".If I use the L flex trim code will I be able to cut these shafts down far enough for him without making them to stiff

Asked by: proy63
These shafts should work fine. When using L flex shafts for juniors a lot of times I would alter the recommended tip trimming. For irons I would take the longest iron I was assembling and start with 0" tip trimming and they progress in the case of the Xcaliber shafts, in 1/4" increments down from there to keep the shafts from getting to stiff. I would use this method until I though they were ready for a standard L flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-16

I am looking for an inexpensive shaft fir my wifes Callaway Diablo 3wood. ?What flex would be best. ?She swings about 70 mph.

Asked by: DonFr
With a 70 mph swingspeed she would fall more into an A flex shaft. A good choice could be the Xcaliber Tour SL Fairway Wood shaft in an A flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-30

what is the torch and kick point.and how stable is it?

Asked by: jc9999999
At this link if you scroll down towards the bottom of the page you will see the specification box with the specifications for these shafts. A flex = 3.2 torque mid bend point medium soft tip R flex = 3.0 torque mid bend point medium soft tip S flex = 2.8 torque mid bend point medium soft tip
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-06

Can I use the AXE XCaliber Graphite Iron shaft in a sand wedge? ?If so, do I need to cut off ? inches from bottom ?

Asked by: Dave Z
Yes you can use this in a Sand Wedge. With this .370" parallel tip version tip trimming (from the bottom) is required. You will tip trim 4" if you are using the R or S flex. If you are using the L/A flex tip trim 2" for an L flex and tip trim 3" for the A flex. After you have installed the shaft you will then need to measure the length of the club and cut it to the finished playing length you want it to be from the butt end (top end).
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-11

I just purchased 5 of these shafts my Wishon 870ti 6-PW. I have 3 other wedges, 52,56,60. Is there any advantage to shafting these wedges with the XCaliber wedge shafts, or stick with the regular Xcaliber iron shafts? Driver swing speed 88 mph. Thanks

Asked by: whitedou
The XCaliber wedge shafts (AS0037) will produce a significant increase in back spin. It is has a completely different tapered geometry to increase back spin relative to club head speed. If you do not need additional spin than the wedge shaft offered in the iron set will be sufficient.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-03-25
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