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AXE XCaliber Tour Graphite Wood Shafts

AXE XCaliber Tour Graphite Wood Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
XCaliber Tour 6 - R Flex 46" - 335 tip (65g) 3B2H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 6 - S Flex 46" - 335 tip (66g) 4B2H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 6 - TS Flex 46" - 335 tip (67g) 4.5B2H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 6+ - R Flex 46" - 335 tip (65g) 3B1H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 6+ - S Flex 46" - 335 tip (67g) 4B1H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 6+ - TS Flex 46" - 335 tip (68g) 4.5B1H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 7.5 - S Flex 46" - 335 tip (75g) 4B1H - $44.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour 7.5 - TS Flex 46" - 335 tip (76g) 4.5B1H - $44.99 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 Tour Graphite Wood Shafts
  • The NEW T6 Wood is designed with a slightly softer lower stiffness profile than the T6+ but stiffer than the standard Xcaliber 6. Designed for players with high swing speeds and medium to quick tempos looking for slightly higher ball flight and spin than the T6+.
  • The Tour T6+ and the NEW T7.5 Woods have the stiffest lower tip sections (16 to tip) than any shafts in the industry. Designed to produce penetrating ball flight with low spin for players with high swing speeds and quick tempos.

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Xcaliber Shaft Specifications

AXE XCaliber Tour Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Astonishing value I have AXE shafts in two drivers and in my 2 & 3 hybrids. I prefer tip stiff shafts and these shafts are incredible. They would be great at $150-200. At $55, they are a steal. These shafts produce a perfect flight for me; the ball doesn't balloon and flies as true as I hit it. I highly recommend these shafts. I'm a shaft junkie, so I've tried almost everything. These shafts are simply terrific.
Date published: 2013-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW The 6+ T/S really is a fantastic choice. I mounted this combo to an old 2008 Burner head. There was little spine and was easy to pure. The noticeable lack of torque flex is nice. A great pick that performs like a much more expensive shaft!
Date published: 2013-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AXE - Awesome Xcellent Expenseless Title says it all !! Best bang for the buck for the non-pro in all of us :). Plays true to flex. Even the .335 tip shimmed into .350 hosel plays great :). Very impressed :)
Date published: 2014-08-11
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Can you explain the difference between this shaft and the fairway wood version? I.E how will a 3 wood shafted with this shafted (tip trimmed accordingly) perform compared to one shafted with the fairway wood variant? Specifically looking at the 7.5.

Asked by: Sevastra27
I am no expert about shafts (5 handicap), but I do have the 7.5 S (tip trimmed) in my 3 wood, and absolutely LOVE it. ?I have a fantastic club guy who did this for me after suggesting it based on the bend profile. ?I liked this bend profile with the firm tip much more than the bend profile on the fairway wood shaft. ?Do not hesitate to go this direction.
Answered by: voldawg10
Date published: 2015-03-05

I played a 9.5* G20 with a VS Proto 70S, and have also enjoyed the RIP Alpha 60s. I would like to put an Xcaliber shaft in a 8.5* G25 head. What shaft would give me similar feel and playability to the VS Proto setup, and some spin reduction is OK? Thanks

Asked by: Burns
The XCaliber Tour 6+ shafts would be similar in playability to the VS Proto and RIP Alpha 60. I would expect some spin reduction with the Tour 6+.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-02-11

I have a titiest 910 driver 10.5 degree, diamana Kali blue 65 s flex shaft. My driver swing speed is 95/98mph what shaft would you ?recommend ?

Asked by: Muckle Skelp
Based on the information provided, it appears you would want a S flex. there are a multitude of shafts that cold work, dpending on what your feel and flight preferences are. If distance is the main opjective, you should go with the lightest shaft possible that allows you to still maintain the feel and control you want. If you need to lower your trajectory, then look for shafts with stiffer tip sections. If you are looking for higher trajectory, look for shafts with more flexible tip sections. There are many things that go into selecting the best shaft and you want to try and pick a shaft that will provide the feel and flight characteristics you are looking for.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-29

Do you have this shaft in stock in UK? What would be the total cost in S flex delivered to my address in Valencia,Spain,ZIP Code 46008? Thanks for your assistance.Juan L. Furquet.

Asked by: Azor
The GolfWorks does not have a location in the UK. It would be best for you to contact our Customer Service department here in the US and they will be able to help you with an order for this shaft and the cost to have it shipped to Spain. You can contact customer service by emailing to:
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-10-21

I am looking for a xcalibur shaft for my son he is playing a fubuki shaft in his driver 60 x5ct vlex X with taylormade Sldr driver 439cc he is a 3 handicap. Can you assist

Asked by: peterbarb
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