Aldila Tour Green nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft

Aldila Tour Green nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft


65 R Flex - 46", .335" tip (66gm) 3B1M -
$89.99
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65 S Flex - 46", .335" tip (67gm) 4B1M -
$89.99
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65 TS Flex - 46", .335" tip (67gm) 4.5B1M -
$89.99
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65 X Flex - 46", .335" tip (69gm) 5B1M -
$89.99
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75 S Flex - 46", .335" tip (74gm) 4B1M -
$89.99
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75 TS Flex - 46", .335" tip (76gm) 4.5B1M -
$89.99
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75 X Flex - 46", .335" tip (75gm) 5B1M -
$89.99
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75 TX Flex - 46", .335" tip (76gm) 5.5B1H -
$89.99
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Aldila Tour Green nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft

The new Aldila Tour Green utilizes the latest materials and manufacturing technology to create a new shaft designed to maximize the power of your individual golf swing. The constant taper shaft profile provides exceptional feel and a smooth, controlled release. The Tour Green is made with the latest generation of Aldila’s Micro Laminate materials (MLT®). The ultra thin, ultra strong material allows for the construction of a shaft with outstanding performance and unparalleled consistency.

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Aldila Tour Green Shaft Specifications

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Aldila Tour Green nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Consistent Trajectory I purchased the Aldila Tour Green 65 X stiff driver shaft about a year ago from the golf course that I work at. I am a single digit handicap with a club head speed averaging around 114 mph. This shaft fits my swing perfectly and has really improved my game through gaining a little more control with my driver. Here are some of the pros and cons of this driver shaft. Pros • This shaft has a really smooth feel to it as well as a really good weight. It feels very balanced in your hands as you stand over the ball and throughout the swing. • The low launch of the shaft is also very consistent. When you are really swinging the way you want the shaft will react accordingly and launch the ball at a mid to low trajectory due to the low spin on the ball. • The overall look of the shaft is good as well. The Shaft is mostly a dark gray but also has some very cool green circuit board graphics up towards the handle. Cons • The shaft comes in a length of 46” which for myself being 6’1” is not a problem, but I could see it being annoying for a shorter person having to go out and get it shortened to their preferred length. • This is a premium shaft and has a steeper price tag than a lot of other shafts on the market. • I would prefer a slightly heavier shaft weight, but that is a personal preference. Overall the Aldila Tour Green 65 X stiff driver shaft is a great buy and a wonderful product. The fact that the shaft comes in all flexes, from regular to extra stiff, I would recommend this shaft to a golfer of any swing speed that would like a lower spin lower trajectory driver shaft. It may be a little on the pricey side but the performance that you get is well worth the purchase.
Date published: 2015-09-24
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I currently play a Titleist 915 3 wood with the Aldila Tour Green stiff 3.7 but I'm interested in purchasing an additional shaft for my Srixon Z45 3 wood. My question is what is the major difference between the S and TS. The Srixon head is a bit heavier..

Asked by: GOLO2875
The TS flex is very close to an X flex, much closer to X than to S. In the 75 gram version, the profile is almost identical, with the TS being very slightly stiffer than the X throughout the body of the shaft and slightly more flexible in the tip. Both the TS and the X are a full flex stiffer than the S flex. In the 65 gram version the TS and the X are very similar and a full flex stiffer than the S flex.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-23

Hi am contemplating ordering this shaft for my Taylormade SLDR. I have a swing speed of about 117 and need to have a lower ball flight. My question is why is this particular shaft $89 and then there is one two down that is only $39. Why the difference?

Asked by: Bluebyou
Without knowing for sure which shafts you are referring to at $39.00 it is hard to say what the difference might be. It is possible the $39.00 shaft is for a hybrid not a driver and hybrid and iron shafts are generally less expensive.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-07

I'm interested in this shaft. I've got a 105 mph (average) driver clubhead speed and smooth transition. My ball flight is straight, or little curvature either way. Low handicapper. Would you recommend an S or TS flex in the Tour Green?

Asked by: williamsjh
At 105 mph. you are in the top end of our S flex swingspeed range. We reference 93 to 108 mph. for S flex. The TS stiffness wise does fall right in between the S and X flexes. The smooth transitions tells me that you could stay with the S flex. The TS might straighten out the curvature a little bit and give you a little more control when you want to hit is a little harder. The trade off going to the TS if it proves a little to stiff will be in shaft feel and then how you respond to that feel. If I knew what shaft you are currently playing and knew how it compared to this shaft it could be a little easier to narrow down the selection.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-01

what is TS and XS in shafts

Asked by: petey pablo
TS is Tour Stiff which is a little stiffer then a standard Stiff flex and TX is Tour X flex or Tour extra stiff which is a little stiffer then a standard X flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-30

Is the length of a men's driver shaft the same length as a women's driver shaft?

Asked by: 216BillW
The raw lengths of the men's and ladies shafts are generally the same but sometimes the ladies shaft will be 1" shorter. With finished club lengths the ladies club is generally 1" shorter then a men's length. Here is a link to our finished club length recommendations. http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/StdLengths.pdf
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-19

I'm looking at a Cobra FLY Z+ and trying to dial in some custom shafts. I am a 10-12 handicapper, can drive the ball 300-325 yards. I'm 6' 6" and I get a lot of speed on the ball. I hit the ball way too high so what model/stiffness do you recommend?

Asked by: SJS
At your speed, X flex would the recommendation. You might also look for an X flex with a low trajectory profile. We carry a new Paderson Kinetixx IMRT Kevlar 860 TP Tour Driver shaft that is designed for a lower, penetrating ball flight and is available in X and XX flex. The product code is PK0017.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-04-13

I have a 103 swing speed but need a high kick point shaft to keep the ball down what shaft do I need 

Asked by: allen58
You want to look for shafts that list a low trajectory or shafts that have a high bend point firm or stiff tip design. The Aldila Tour Green nxt Gen MLT could help bring your ball flight down depending on what shaft you are currently using. A shaft like the Diamana D+ (MR0035) is another shaft that could give you a lower ball flight. http://www.golfworks.com/mitsubishi-rayon-diamana-d-graphite-wood-shaft/p/MR0035/ We have good success and feedback from the Xcaliber Pro wood shafts for a lower more controlled ball flight. http://www.golfworks.com/axe-xcaliber-pro-graphite-shafts/p/AS0043/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-28

What is meant by pureing when selecting shaft options?

Asked by: deder
Puring is a method of testing a shaft to find it most stable plane of oscillation. Basically there is no such thing as a perfectly round perfectly straight golf shaft. By having the shafts Pured and properly oriented during installation they will play as if they are straight and round. You can see more information on Puring at this link. http://sstpure.com/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-27
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