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Project X Graphite Wood Shafts



Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
5.0 - 335 tip (60g) 3B2M $99.99 In Stock
5.5 - 335 tip (62g) 3.5B2M $99.99 In Stock
6.0 - 335 tip (66g) 4B1M $99.99 In Stock
6.5 - 335 tip (69g) 5C1M $99.99 In Stock
7.0 - 335 tip (69g) 5.5C1M $99.99 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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Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

The Project X graphite wood shaft was engineered using True Temper's proprietary Zonal Design Theory (ZDT) to optimize performance in the butt, mid and tip sections of the golf shaft.

Features:
  • .335" tip diameter
  • Constant taper shaft design eliminates localized bending for maximum energy transfer
  • Provides penetrating launch conditions with ultra low spin rate

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Project X Graphite Wood Shaft Specifications


 
Project X Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 3.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shaft I bought this shaft to reduce the spin rate of my drives from almost 4000 rpm to about 3000rpm. I love how this shaft releases at the right moment but I hooked the ball with my Titleist 910 D3 in the draw setting. I changed it to a neutral setting and now my drive went from 255 yds( Diamana Ahina shaft) to 275 plus yds (Project X 6.5). Fix your swing, get your numbers, find the right shaft for you.
Date published: 2012-06-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Project X Black 6.5 Ordered this shaft as an upgrade from Ping for my G 30 Driver. Not a very good shaft. I had a pro shop check the specs and they were way off. The specs worked out to be the same as a regular not stiff.
Date published: 2015-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shaft I have used the project X shafts for a few years. I'm a long time fan of Royal Shafts and very glad to see true temper company maintain the same quality.
Date published: 2015-07-08
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i am searching for a shaft for my Callaway XHot driver. Current shaft is a Project X regular flex graphite. Happy with it until it broke in the grip area. Can you reuse the old adjustable hosel fitting or will need to purchase a new one of those as well

Asked by: AL in Florida
The adjustable adaptor can be reused. We sell an OEM Adaptor Saver Kit that is used with a graphite shaft puller to remove the adaptor for reuse. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=GW0130 The Project X graphite shaft is a very good shaft so if you liked it I would not hesitate to get another one.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-06

My daughter plays an X Hot 2 driver that has a Project X 5.5 px 43 shaft. A piece of the plastic broke near the tip of the shaft that was causing her driver to actually cut the ball. She loves the shaft. Can I get the same one?

Asked by: gthomblue
If you purchased this driver new with this as the stock shaft you would have to send it back to Callaway to have it reshafted. We do not have or have access to a Project X PX 43 shaft. This shaft was likely manufactured for the manufacture such as Callaway in this case. Unfortunately we do not have any specifications from the PX 43 shaft to be able to make a comparison with another shaft that could work.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-03

What is a good replacement regular shaft for my aeroburner driver?

Asked by: Glovins
If you are looking for a shaft with similar playing characteristics to the stock shaft like the Xcaliber Tour SL could be a good choice. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_AS0026 The Project X could work well if it's playing characteristics fit your needs. If you are trying to find a shaft that might work better for you you can answer the questions at this link and it will give you a 4 digit code and then a list of shafts in this code that could work for you. http://www.golfworks.com/article.asp_Q_ai_E_496
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-21

Could you recommend a graphite Rifle shaft for a Cleveland Launcher 400 Driver. Currently feel comfortable with a 5.5 Rifle for my irons.

Asked by: scottb
I forgot to mention that the Launcher 400 driver used a stock .350" tip diameter shaft. You will need to shim the .335" tip diameter Project X shaft to properly fit this driver. You can use the SHIM15, http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_SHIM or the Universal Plastic Shim http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=BB9018 Either one will work well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-06

I've just been fitted and found out I need X stiff shafts do the 6.5 driver and fairway shafts provide a low launch and spin?

Asked by: Brad777
According to True Temper, the Project X graphite shafts are a low launch shaft. Their website also indicates that it is a "spin reducing" shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-06-26

Can I have it ready to be put on a Big Bertha v 3 wood

Asked by: JFAppraiser
Yes, you can. You just need to select butt and tip trimming on the product page and type the required length and head model into the notes section at checkout.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-05-08

Is the project 5.5 shaft considered to be a senior flex?

Asked by: Bamboo
The Project X 5.5 shaft would be considered a standard S flex. The Project X shafts are not available in a senior flex.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-03-24

I have Flighted Project X 6.0 that are soft stepped. I hit PW between 145-155 depending on weather conditions. Driver speed 103 to 108. What can I do to make the driver shaft feel like the irons?

Asked by: Golfman513
Based on your shaft set-up with your irons and the distance you hit your PW if I knew nothing else I would tell you this shaft set-up is probably not stiff enough for you. But it sounds like you are pleased with this set up. I have worked with players before who used more flexible shafts in their irons then what they use in their driver or fairway woods. If your swing tends to be a little more aggressive with the driver and accuracy is your problem then moving up to the 6.5 for the driver might work. The other option might be to stay with a similar shaft flex but go with a little heavier weight shaft. Without knowing a little bit more about what problems the driver is creating for you it is hard to make a more specific recommendation.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-05
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