Project X Pxi Taper Tip Iron Shafts

Project X Pxi Taper Tip Iron Shafts


Pxi 5.0 - 36.5" Wedge, .355" tip - (100gm) 3C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.0 - 38.5" #6 Iron, .355" tip - (100gm) 3C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.0 - 39.0" #5 Iron, .355" tip - (100gm) 3C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.0 - 40.0" #3 Iron, .355" tip - (100gm) 3C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.0 - 40.5" #2 Iron, .355" tip - (100gm) 3C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.0 - 41.0" #1 Iron, .355" tip - (100gm) 3C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.5 - 37.5" #8 Iron, .355" tip - (105gm) 3.5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.5 - 40.0" #3 Iron, .355" tip - (105gm) 3.5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 5.5 - 41.0" #1 Iron, .355" tip - (105gm) 3.5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.0 - 39.5" #4 Iron, .355" tip - (110gm) 4C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.0 - 40.0" #3 Iron, .355" tip - (110gm) 4C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.0 - 40.5" #2 Iron, .355" tip - (110gm) 4C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.0 - 41.0" #1 Iron, .355" tip - (110gm) 4C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.5 - 37.5" #8 Iron, .355" tip - (115gm) 5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.5 - 38.0" #7 Iron, .355" tip - (115gm) 5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.5 - 38.5" #6 Iron, .355" tip - (115gm) 5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.5 - 39.0" #5 Iron, .355" tip - (115gm) 5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.5 - 39.5" #4 Iron, .355" tip - (115gm) 5C1H -
$39.99
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Pxi 6.5 - 41.0" #1 Iron, .355" tip - (115gm) 5C1H -
$39.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Project X Pxi Taper Tip Iron Shafts

Project X Pxi Taper Tipped Iron Shafts

Features:
  • Provides greater distance by virtue of reduced weight properties.
  • Tour caliber spin control and tip stability in a lightweight package hallmarks of the Project X franchise.
  • Improved feel through optimized butt to tip stiffness calibration

  • .355 tapered tip diameter

Trimming Instructions

 Project X Pxi Shaft Specifications

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Hi! The length of the shaft provided; is that the club length when installed on the iron? I want a 3 iron shaft with final club length 40".

Asked by: kaarby
In the Project X Pxi shafts the 40" raw length shaft is the 3 iron shaft. You will install the shaft and butt cut to your 40" finished length. Depending on which irons you play a 40" raw length shaft will produce a finished length of 41" to 41.25" in most iron head designs. You will need to butt cut to your 40" finished length.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-07

Hi, do these pxi shafts come in a parallel tip ?

Asked by: Craigd
No, the Project X Pxi iron shafts were only manufactured with a .355" taper tip. You can use a SHIM15 to shim into a .370" hosel bore. http://www.golfworks.ca/the-golfworks-brass-adaptor-shims/p/SHIM/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-29

I currently play DG S300 and I want the PXi to replace my 4 and 5 iron. What flex and length that I need to buy. Thank you. 

Asked by: Andy
The 6.0 flex PXi iron shafts would be similar in flex to the DG S300 shafts. These shafts are discontinued so the #5 iron shaft is no longer available. You could purchase the #3 (40") and the #4 (39.5") shafts and simply put the 40" shaft in the #4 iron and the 39.5" shaft in the #5 iron. This would result in a flex that is about 1/4 flex softer than the intended flex which isn't that noticeable and often preferred in the longer irons.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2016-04-15

I want to put new shafts in a set of Callaway X 14 Pro Series irons with the bore-through shaft. The original shafts were rifle Constant Weight shafts. I know that Rifle Shafts are now produced by Project X. Please make several shaft recommendations.

Asked by: Duke 0444
The Callaway X 14 Pro Series irons use a .370" parallel tip shaft. Callaway cuts slots in the tip end of the shaft to compress the tip size down to .350" to install in their bore through irons. Sometimes .355" taper tip shafts will fit but you may still have to slot the tips to compress the shaft tip to go through the bottom. If you are looking for lighter weight shaft and a lower ball flight the Project X Pxi shafts could work well. It would help to know what you are wanting the new shafts to do for you. Again in a lighter weight shaft the KBS Tour 90, which is available in the .370" parallel tip could be a good choice and should give you a little higher ball flight. Another shaft choice could be the Nippon N.S. Pro 950GH. With all these shafts you can read the shaft specifications by scrolling down to the bottom of the page at these links. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_TT0085 http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=FS0024 http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_NP0011
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-14

i play an s300 shaft in my irons now, what is a comparable project x shaft? 

Asked by: whitetiger
In the Project X Pxi iron shaft the 6.5 flex tests as being the closest to the Dynamic Gold S300. With the Project X based on our test data it falls in between the 5.0 and 5.5 in terms of matching the DG S300.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-08

Do you have the project x 5.5 pxi shaft that fits in taylormade rsi 2 irons

Asked by: Icecold
The Taylor Made RSi2 irons use a .370" parallel tip shaft. The Project X PXi irons shafts are only available in a .355" taper tip. For the 2 iron you would need the 40.5" raw length shaft and a SHIMT to install the .355" taper tip shaft into the .370" hosel bore. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_SHIM
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-17

what does the 5.0 mean

Asked by: blair369
The Project X product uses a numbering system to designate flex. 5.0 would be considered a firm R flex or in between a standard R (4.5) and a standard S (5.5) flex.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-26

What flex is indicated by the 5.0 5.5 etc. ?

Asked by: Roby
In the past Royal Precision has reference the flexes in this manner. 4.5 = R flex 5.0 = R+ 5.5 = S flex 6.0 = S+ 6.5 = X 7.0 = X+ The numbers themselves such as 5.5 come from the shaft being tested in a frequency machine.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-05
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