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AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite  Iron Shaft



AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Iron Shaft

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Product Name Price Status Qty
XCaliber Tour SL Iron - L Flex 40" - .370 tip (61g) 1B2M - $24.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour SL Iron - A Flex 40" - .370 tip (62g) 2B2M - $24.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour SL Iron - R Flex 40" - .370 tip (63g) 3B2M - $24.99 In Stock
XCaliber Tour SL Iron - S Flex 40" - .370 tip (64g) 4B2M - $24.99 In Stock
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4+ $13.50
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AXE XCaliber Tour SL Graphite Iron Shaft
Features:
  • Uniquely wound shafts, reinforced with an outer weave material, provides the stability and playability of a much heavier iron shaft.
  • Designed for players looking to regain distance without a sacrifice in feel or stability.
  • Mid-high flight without excessive spin.

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XCaliber Shaft Specifications


 
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I've got the xcaliber graphite iron shafts now, would I gain anything by going to the Tour SL graphite shafts.....I'm 70 years young and I 'm looking for a way to get another 10/15 yds. ,with my irons

Asked by: Gypsy
The Tour SL are slightly lighter, depending on the flex you have, and lowering the overall weight of the club can help increase clubhead speed resulting in more distance. That being said, there is not enough difference in the shaft weight between these two to gain 10 to 15 yards. For reference, a 1 mph increase in clubhead speed will yield approx. 2.3 yards. It takes 30 grams of shaft weight reduction to pick up 1.5 mph in clubhead speed and 1 inch in club length to to pick up 1 mph in cluhead speed. If you did try the lighter shaft and lengthen the playing length of your clubs, you could possibly pick up a few yards, but 10 to 15 yards is a lot for a shaft change with only a few grams of weight difference.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-02-12
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