AXE XCaliber Tour X Graphite Iron Shafts

AXE XCaliber Tour X Graphite Iron Shafts

AXE XCaliber Tour X Iron - 85 R Flex - 370 tip (85g)
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AXE XCaliber Tour X Iron - 85 S Flex - 370 tip (85g)
AXE XCaliber Tour X Iron - 105 S Flex - 370 tip (105g)
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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AXE XCaliber Tour X Graphite Iron Shafts

  • The most UNIQUE iron shaft in the industry. Designed to compete with the performance of premium steel shafts.
  • The Tour X irons combine a patented metallic coated fabric over a graphite shell which results in 85g, 95g and 105g weight shafts that do not have the excessive wall thickness and dead feel of similar weighted 100% graphite iron shafts.
  • The shock dampening graphite core, combined with the metallic coated surface layer produce a unique feel and unparalleled performance.

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Arthur Xtreme Engineering Xcaliber Graphite Iron Shaft Specifications

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Which of your graphite shaft extensions would work best with the 95g, regular flex Tour X iron shaft?

Asked by: Brian
The GW4000 Gold (.500") should fit this shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-25

When do you expect to get the 95 gram stiff shafts in stock?

Asked by: Mike
We will not be getting any more of the Xcaliber 95 gram shafts in stock. The current product line if out of production and Xcaliber was suppose to have a new product line to replace it but we have not seen anything from them. It is likely we will not have Xcaliber shafts once the current inventory is sold out.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-13

Im wondering when the 95g will be back in stock...Are these available in a club pak?

Asked by: chris
It will not be back in stock. The current line of Xcaliber shafts has been discontinued and was suppose to be replaced with a new product line but we have not yet seen the new product line. It is looking like going forward that we will not longer have the Xcaliber line of shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-10

Would like to know if these have a low balance point as there counter parts red iron shafts

Asked by: Mike
No the Xcaliber Tour X shafts are not a low balance point shaft like the Red shafts. They are actually a high balance point, but just high of center.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-12

I have a set of hogan magnum wide soul clubs, can you tell me what size hostle I have. I want to replace the steel shaft with graphite and need info on a senior shaft

Asked by: Lance
The Hogan Magnum irons use a .355" taper tip shaft. The only .355" taper tip senior flex graphite shafts we have are the Aerotech Steelfiber 70CW (AT0020IE) and the Paderson Kinetixx TS-I Trajectory Series (PK0105).
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-16

I've purchased the 95 gram R flex and would like to make a firm flex between R and S. How much would you recommend I trim the 5 - wedge shafts?

Asked by: Rob
To create an in between flex (Firm) with these shafts you need to add 1/2" to the recommended tip trimming. So with the 5 iron where it recommends 1" tip trimming you need to trim 1.5" to create the firm flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-23

what's the best shaft for seniors both woods & irons

Asked by: rich65
The Xcaliber shafts in senior flex are very good but unfortunately we are currently backordered on most of their shafts and will not have them in until the middle of January 2017. The UST dhi Driver (US0082) shaft, which can also be used in fairway woods and the dhi iron (US0084) shaft are both available in Senior flex (A flex) and the feedback has been very good from these shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-05

Currently playing a set of DBM irons with FST Pro 125 stiff soft stepped once. Looking to possibly change to the Tour X regular Flex 95 gram shaft. what benefits and characteristics would I see changing to this shafts

Asked by: Rob
The graphite shafts will dampen vibration for a little softer feel. The lighter weight shaft could help you increase your swingspeed and gain a little more distance. If the FST shafts have been playing to heavy you may also gain some shot consistency with the lighter weight graphite shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-15
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