Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

5.0 - 335 tip (60g) 3.5B2M
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5.5 - 335 tip (62g) 4B2M
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6.0 - 335 tip (66g) 4.5B1M
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1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
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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.

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

Trimming Instructions

Project X Graphite Wood Shaft Specifications

Project X Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 3.75 out of 5 by 4.
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 4 out of 5 by from Ping G30 Driver I had this particular shaft in a previous driver and was excellent so I purchased it for my Ping G30 and it appeared to have more flex than I liked. Never the less I am keeping it in case my swing speed reduces.
Date published: 2015-12-31
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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Is 5.0 considered a light regular flex. I also need the ping adapter to replace the existing shaft.

Asked by: Duke
In the graphite shaft it was considered an R flex. In the steel shafts 5.0 was considered a firm R flex. If you have the Ping G30 or G you will need the PGC002 shaft adapter and if you have the I25, G25 or Anser you will need the PGC001 shaft adaptor
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-11

At the top of this page the MPF rating for the 5.5 shaft is 3.5B2M, but at the bottom of the page the same shaft shows an MPF of 4B2M. Is it a mistake, or do the different ratings reflect different model years or shafts? Which is correct? [Also for 5.0]

Asked by: Mike
In the information I have from Royal Precision they call a 5.0 and R+ flex, which would make it the 3.5B2M. That would follow the specifications in the spec's box at the bottom of the page and our catalog. I will have the order information at the top of page corrected. The shafts have not changed.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-21

I placed a project x 5.0 regular shaft in my Callaway Razr Fit driver, but had to remove 1 inch off the butt end to make the club legal length and would like to use same shaft in my 3 & 5 wood. Can I cut 4-5 inches off butt end or recommend another shaft?

Asked by: bfg
The trimming instructions for the Project X wood shaft would tell you to first cut 1/2" from the tip of the shaft for the 3 wood and 1" from the tip of the shaft for the 5 wood. You would then cut them from the butt end to your finished length. Yes you will cut more from the butt end but if the clubs are assemble to a normal standard length and swingweight the shafts will play true to their listed flex. At this link scroll down the page to the Wood Trim Code and follow code W2 for the Project X wood shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-21

I have a Taylormade R11 driver with a Fujikura Blur 60 M (senior) shaft and I hit it pretty accurate and decent height. I just bought a Taylormade M1 with an Ozik senior shaft and adjusted to maximum loft of 12.5 and I can't elevate please help?

Asked by: Sharkey
There is a chance that the clubhead is the difference. The R11 would likely have a center of gravity that is further back from the face then the M1 and this will create a higher ball flight. You would want to set the sliding weight that slides from the face to the back in the sole of the M1 all the way to the back of the clubhead to move the CG further back and help create a higher ball flight. The Fujikura Blur 60 shaft was made for Taylor Made by Fujikura and in the M flex would have been a mid to high launch shaft. A shaft like the Fujikura EXS 6.0 (FK0071) R2 flex could be a shaft with similar specifications to the stock Blur in the R11.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-06

will a 335 tip shaft fit a Callaway Diablo driver head?

Asked by: doc
The Callaway Diablo driver used a .350" tip diameter shaft. To install the .335" tip diameter shaft you would use the BB9002 Callaway Adapter.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-24

I'm 6'6" and like a 48" Shaft. I have a TM Burner Superfast 2.0 extended to 48" and a steel shafted Maltby KE4 driver. I hit the steel shaft straighter and the TM further, but with a hard slice. I want an X flex for the TM. Which one? SS is 105. 

Asked by: 4Runner
The stock shaft in the Burner Superfast 2.0 was listed as a mid 40 gram weight shaft. Knowing that you hit the steel shafted driver straighter tells me that a heavier shaft then 40 grams would be a good choice. I would suggest looking at shafts in the 60 gram weight range. The Project X graphite shaft in a 6.0 flex is in between an S and X flex, but it still maybe a good choice. A shaft like the Grafalloy ProLaunch Red Supercharged (TT0110) in an X flex comes to mind. It is also a high balance point shaft which can help to keep the swingweight from getting quite so heavy. It is a shaft designed for a lower launch angle. A shaft like the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black HBP 2nd Gen (MR0044) in an X flex could be another good choice. The Xcaliber Pro T6+ (AS0044) could also be a good choice. At these links scroll down the page to the specification boxes and you can see the specifications for these shafts. The Burner Superfast 2.0 driver used a .350" tip diameter shaft so you will need to shim a .335" tip diameter shaft to fit the .350" hosel bore. You can use the BB9008 adaptor .335" size for this driver.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-09

I'm 65 yrs old 94 mph swing speed. Looking for more distance in a shaft which one would u suggest

Asked by: Ron
Generally for more distance you want to go lighter with the shaft weight. Since you have asked this question under the Project X the Project X PXv Tour 52 could be a shaft worth looking at. Another shaft we have very good feedback from is the Xcaliber Tour SL (AS0026)
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-08

Would a px 5.5 fit a callaway x hot 2 hybrid 16 degrees.

Asked by: Barryplayer
You would need the PX 5.5 Hybrid shaft (TT0063) to fit the X Hot 2 Hybrid.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-02
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