Aldila Rip Phenom Graphite Wood Shafts

Aldila Rip Phenom Graphite Wood Shafts

50 R Flex 46", .335" tip (49gm) 3B2S -
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50 S Flex 46", .335" tip (52gm) 4B2M -
60 R Flex 46", .335" tip (62gm) 3B2M -
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60 S Flex 46", .335" tip (63gm) 4B2M -
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60 X Flex 46", .335" tip (66gm) 5B2M -
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70 S Flex 46", .335" tip (72gm) 4B2M -
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70 X Flex 46", .335" tip (75gm) 5B2H -
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70 TX Flex 46", .335" tip (75gm) 5.5B1H -
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Aldila Rip Phenom Graphite Wood Shafts

Aldila RIP Phenom Graphite Wood Shafts.

  • Incorporates tour proven RIP Technology with a unique composite construction to create a new, innovative flex profile for maximum distance and control the Hyperbolic Flex Zone
  • Stiff tip section for optimal launch and spin control, firm butt section for stable feel, softer mid section for optimal kick through impact for maximum ball speed
  • 50 gram and 70 gram weight options available.
  • .335" tip diameter

Trimming Instructions

Aldila RIP Phenom Shaft Specifications

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If I was to order the shaft would it be installed with a callaway fit tip

Asked by: ldstexas
You have to order the shaft and the Callaway shaft adaptor and request to have us install the shaft adaptor. There is an additional charge of $10.00 to install the adaptor.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-25


Asked by: SPENCER
Assuming you are not currently using a 50 gram weight shaft in your driver or fairway woods it could help you create a little more clubhead speed and possibly a little more distance. The RIP Phenom (AL0034) in the 50 gram R flex could help. The Kuro Kage Black HBP 2nd Gen 50 R flex (MR0044) could be another good choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-03

Hello! 1) What shaft will you advise for athletic better golfer - I am changing from flex R 2) Weight of shaft - what is difference - 50gr Stiff - what kind of shaft is this? 3)do you deliver to Moscow - how much how long? RIP Phenob 50 gr - is it ok? 

Asked by: sergey
50 gram weight shafts tend to play more flexible then normal so you might be better to look at a 60 gram shaft like the RIP Phenom S flex. For a 50 gram weight shaft that plays true to it's flex you might look at the Xcaliber Tour SWD50 in the S flex. It is one of the stiffest tip shafts on the market. For the cost and shipping charges you will need to contact our International Trade Accounts Manager, Donna Ours, at and she can help you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-20

what is the kick pointfor the 50 g aldilla rip phenom

Asked by: tom
The RIP Phenom 50 gram shaft is a mid kick point shaft design.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-28

What is the differences among the 50, 60, and 70 shafts?  I have a 50 in my Titleist 913D driver.  What is the best Phenom to put in a 3-wood?

Asked by: shew
The numbers indicate the weight. 50 grams, 60 grams and 70 grams. You could put the 50 gram weight shaft in your 3 wood as well. A lot of players prefer to have a little heavier shaft in their fairway woods especially if they are looking for a little more control. Generally in the range of 10 grams heavier, or 60 grams in this case.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-04

How to figure out the shaft best for my game. 

Asked by: Clifford
You can use the questions at this link to help narrow down your choices. You answer these 4 questions and create a 4 digit code. All of our shafts are coded with a 4 digit code. When you answer the questions and click on Search for Shafts it will bring up the shaft for your code. At that point you can sort down further by price or using other shaft perimeters such as weight or trajectory. When looking for a new shaft or shaft that might be best for someones game to me the first question I ask or would have them ask themselves is "what do I want or need this shaft to do for me?" It gives us a good starting point.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-29

I need a replacement shaft for a Taylor Made R11 driver, regular flex, including the tip connector, ready to go.  Recommendations and details, please.  Thank you. 

Asked by: John Burnley fan
The Aldila RIP Phenom could be a good replacement assuming it fits your needs. To make a more specific recommendation we would want more information as to what you want and need the new shaft to do for you. You would need the TM0016 Taylor Made adaptor. If you are ordering on line you would order the shaft and the adaptor and grip if needed. At Checkout in the Special Notes box you would put the specifications you want for this shaft and adaptor. Finished length for the driver and what setting in the adaptor you want the shaft installed to. Also if we are installing the grip any instructions regarding grip size as well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-10

Why is the trimming code W1 when Aldila says 1" for all fairway woods? Shouldn't it be W21 and if not how do you determine trim codes?

Asked by: Dude
You are correct, according to Aldila'a web sight. We publish only what the manufacturers recommend, and in this case Aldila altered the trimming recommendation after our catalog was printed. Either way is OK, W1 or W21. If you trim an inch from the tip on fairway woods, they will simply play stiffer than if if you do not. Approximately 1/2 flex stiffer, based on our experience. the shaft only has 3" of parallel tip section length, so trimming more than 1 " could cause issues, depending on the hosel bore depth f the wood you are using.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-09-24
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