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Project X PXv Tour Graphite Wood Shafts



Project X PXv Tour Graphite Wood Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Tour 52 5.5 - 46", .335" tip (50gm) 3.5B1M - $199.99 In Stock
Tour 52 6.0 - 46", .335" tip (52gm) 4B1M - $199.99 In Stock
Tour 52 6.5 - 46", .335" tip (54gm) 5B1M - $199.99 In Stock
Tour 52 7.0 - 46", .335" tip (56gm) 5.5B1M - $199.99 In Stock
Tour 70 6.0 - 46", .335" tip (64gm) 4C1M - $199.99 In Stock
Tour 70 6.5 - 46", .335" tip (69gm) 5C1M - $199.99 In Stock
Tour 70 7.0 - 46", .335" tip (7.0gm) 5.5C1M - $199.99 In Stock
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4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming $4.95
Tip Prepping $2.95
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Project X PXv Tour Graphite Wood Shafts

The all-new Project X PXv Tour is the next generation in the storied Project X franchise. By incorporating the most advanced materials available in the industry today, Project X engineers have designed a shaft that produces maximum ball speed, while preserving critical stability and control through the hitting zone. PXv Tour delivers a low-mid launch angle with low spin, preferred by today's top professionals and low handicap amateurs.

 
Project X PXv Tour Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Weak Firm believer in Project X golf. Use all project x shafts in my irons, and all fairway woods and drivers. Recently decided to go to the PVX golf shaft and does not compare at all up against the project x blue and against the ad I shaft by graphite design. This shaft is descent but its all hype and no results.
Date published: 2013-05-02
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Can you tell me what shaft is in the stock Callaway 3 XHOT fairway. ?Markings are: PROJECT X, R FLEX, PX v. ?The X & PXv are Red. And can it be put in a driver?

Asked by: Davshellyw
Probably a proprietary version of the PXv. We only carry the PXv Tour 52 wood shafts. Not sure it can work in a driver because we do not know how it was trimmed for the 3 wood. Probably would be too short as well for a driver.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-29

I have a project x shaft in my call away HotX 3 wood. ?What is a good match for my Ping i25 driver?

Asked by: Davshellyw
If the Project X shaft is performing well in your #3 wood, I would assume it would also perform well for you in a driver. You can also use our shaft selector to help narrow down a shaft option or call into customer service (800 848-8358) more assistance. http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/ShaftMPF.pdf The Ping i25 driver does require a shaft adaptor. You can either reshaft yours current adaptor or purchase a new one. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=PGC001
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-05-27

What manufacturer of a fairway wood use this shaft ,as it looks good with the launch angle i am looking for .

Asked by: Fingers
The Project X PXv shafts are manufactured by Grafalloy. I know that Callaway has used some Project X shafts in some of their woods, both drivers and fairway woods. However generally the manufactures will use a less expensive version of these shafts that will have different playing characteristics.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-04

Need help with ordering this shaft for the Titleist 915 D2 driver. Says to put hosel depth which I'm not sure what that is and how much is the hosel adapter for the 915 and do you sell them or is that included in shaft service?

Asked by: tylerwalters40
The shaft requires no tip trimming for a driver and no allowances need to be made for the adaptor when trimming, according to True Temper. You can simply pull your current shaft from the existing adaptor and install the new shaft in that adaptor. We do not sell the Titleist original adaptor for the 915 D2. We do have an aftermarket version, code BB9058.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-04-29

I plan to purchase a Project X PX v Tour 52, 5.5 flex shaft please advise trimming instructions for this shaft (how much off the tip & butt)

Asked by: JohnnyB48
The Project X PXv Tour 52 does not require tip trimming. You simply install and then trim to final length after assembly. The amount you trim off of the butt depends on your desired club length. We can cut the shaft to length for you if given the club model and finished length.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-03-05

I have a Cobra Bio Cell driver. I like its feel a lot but I'm getting to much loft and not enough distance with it. I need a regular stiffness shaft. What would you recommend for a shaft?

Asked by: Pete63
Without knowing more about your swing, it appears you would fall into the 3D3M or 3B3M category in our MPF shaft selection guide. There are several shaft options that should help you in these categories. You can look at the full list here: http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/ShaftMPF.pdf Just search the list of wood shafts for the options listed under 3D3M and 3B3M.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-02-09

I have a Callaway xhot pro driver with a Project X 6.0 shaft. How can I tell if it is the 52 gram or 70 gram shaft?

Asked by: Maybud
The stock shaft in the Callaway Xhot Pro driver was the Project X Velocity and the 6.0 flex was listed as a 64 gram weight shaft. If you have the Project X PXv Tour shaft under the blue X in Project X it will say PXv Tour 52 or PXv Tour 70.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-28

I have 7.0 project x steel shafts in irons. Would 7.0 in graphite shaft be good starting place for woods?

Asked by: big d
7.0 is really Xtra stiff, so if your satisfied with the performance of the 7.0 project X steel, then it would safe to assume you might like a 7.0 or an extra stiff in a wood shaft. It is important to understand that gaphite will feel totally different than steel, so it may take some experimentation to find the type of shaft and the degree of stiffness that make your woods perform as well as your irons.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-26
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