KBS Tour .355" Steel Iron Shafts

KBS Tour .355" Steel Iron Shafts


R Flex - #2 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #3 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #4 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #5 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #6 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #7 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #8 Iron - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R Flex - #9,W - 355 tip 3B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #2 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #3 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #4 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #5 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #6 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #7 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #8 Iron - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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R+ Flex - #9,W - 355 tip 3.5B2H
$26.95
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S Flex - #2 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #3 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #4 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #5 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #6 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #7 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #8 Iron - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S Flex - #9,W - 355 tip 4B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #2 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #3 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #4 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #5 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #6 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #7 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #8 Iron - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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S+ Flex - #9,W - 355 tip 4.5B1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #2 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #3 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #4 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #5 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #6 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #7 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #8 Iron - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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X Flex - #9,W - 355 tip 5C1H
$26.95
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

KBS Tour .355" Steel Iron Shafts

The KBS Tour Taper Tip steel iron shaft was designed with moment of inertia analysis to increase stability from grip to club head to enhance the results of well executed swings.

Features:
  • .355" tip diameter
  • Proportional mass and radius reduction during step progression increases overall performance
  • Available in half inch increments 41.5" - 37.5"

Trimming Instructions

KBS Trimming Instructions

KBS Tour Taper Tip Steel Iron Shafts is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ping like a surgeon I visited Tampa Golf in search on new clubs and have since spent countless hours hitting club after club. After picking the Ping i10 irons, shafts became the next item to pick. With my swing speed being 105+, the Ping offerings fell short of my needs. "Snap" mocked up a 6 iron with the KBS Tour X-Flex shaft and it was a match made in heaven. With this shaft, not only can you hear and FEEL impact, the shot consistency was amazing. The problem with most X-Flex shafts is the extreme rigid feel they have at impact, but not the KBS. I actually had to have him check to make sure it was not a mislabeled shaft as it felt so smooth and fluid from start to finish in my swing. Needless to say, performance on these went unmatched with my fitting experience! Great work KBS!!!!
Date published: 2009-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from KBS TOUR SHAFT I put KBS tour stiff .355 tapered shafts in Titleist AP2's and absolutly love them! I play to a 3 handicap from a course here with a Donald Ross designed greens that plays up to 7,000 yards. I play in individual stroke play tournaments against some of the best players in the area. The shot dispersion is very tight with these shafts, there seems to be a type of correction in the shaft that keeps the ball flight on its INTENTIONAL path if it strays on slight mis-hits or slight adjustments in swing path or club alignment at impact. The distance seems to hold much better on mis-hits to, there is something very new and unique about this shaft design. The shafts seem to do what you want them to do, usualy a good shot produced a good result, but with these shafts a good shot can turn into an excellent shot. The ball comes of the shaft very penetrating and stays up with no ballooning and has good spin on landing. The best way to put it is this shaft feels like your playing
Date published: 2009-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ping like a surgeon I visited Tampa Golf in search on new clubs and have since spent countless hours hitting club after club. After picking the Ping i10 irons, shafts became the next item to pick. With my swing speed being 105+, the Ping offerings fell short of my needs. "Snap" mocked up a 6 iron with the KBS Tour X-Flex shaft and it was a match made in heaven. With this shaft, not only can you hear and FEEL impact, the shot consistency was amazing. The problem with most X-Flex shafts is the extreme rigid feel they have at impact, but not the KBS. I actually had to have him check to make sure it was not a mislabeled shaft as it felt so smooth and fluid from start to finish in my swing. Needless to say, performance on these went unmatched with my fitting experience! Great work KBS!!!!
Date published: 2009-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from KBS TOUR SHAFT I put KBS tour stiff .355 tapered shafts in Titleist AP2's and absolutly love them! I play to a 3 handicap from a course here with a Donald Ross designed greens that plays up to 7,000 yards. I play in individual stroke play tournaments against some of the best players in the area. The shot dispersion is very tight with these shafts, there seems to be a type of correction in the shaft that keeps the ball flight on its INTENTIONAL path if it strays on slight mis-hits or slight adjustments in swing path or club alignment at impact. The distance seems to hold much better on mis-hits to, there is something very new and unique about this shaft design. The shafts seem to do what you want them to do, usualy a good shot produced a good result, but with these shafts a good shot can turn into an excellent shot. The ball comes of the shaft very penetrating and stays up with no ballooning and has good spin on landing. The best way to put it is this shaft feels like your playing
Date published: 2009-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reliable Shaft for a Smooth Swing This was a replacement for a damaged shaft, and they have performed so well that I used the same shaft in the replacement process...I do experiment a great deal, but this shaft is hard to beat for feel and consistent performance...
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smooth and high Made a switch to the Tour X from the C Taper X in my 712 mb's. Great feel with this shaft, even in wedges. Much higher ball flight in comparison to C Tapers. Getting the ball in the air is almost too easy, even with long irons.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Feel Great! I have played DY Gold for 30 years. My new KBS shafts feel great. I bought the 125g tour s+. They apex aboutthree foot higher with my long irons and the muffled feeling vibration feels really nice off my blades.
Date published: 2015-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft Very consistent. Great service from golfworks on delivering on time. If you have a ss of 85 - 90mph works great if you soft step once.
Date published: 2016-07-11
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From a playing perspective, If I'm currently playing with TT Lite regular shafts and I changed to KBS Tour regular, what would the difference be? Softer, firmer, about the same?

Asked by: NJDon
The KBS Tour R flex actually tests stiffer then the TT Lite XL R flex especially in the mid and tip section of the shaft. The KBS Tour also has a higher balance point which would lighten your swingweights unless you re swingweighted them when you reshafted. To me personally the KBS Tour shaft has a more solid feel. The TT Lite XL iron shafts to me just never had a very solid feel. They had a similar feeling to hitting a thin shot.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-15

Can you tell if a KBS Tour shaft is stiff or regular just by looking at it, eg..distance from tip to first step in shaft or would they need to be frequency tested? (Taper tip, .355)

Asked by: NJDon
No you cannot tell the difference between and R and S in the KBS Tour shafts by measuring the step patterns. They use the same step pattern for all the flexes with the KBS Tour. You would have to be able to check with a frequency machine or you would have to be able to identity the shaft weight. The S flex is 10 grams heavier then the R flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-15

I am looking at a set of irons online and  they have KBS Tour 120 stiff. I was fitted with C taper lite regular hardstepped once last year and they have worked out well. I don,t mind a heavier feeling iron . I hit the ball high & have driver 90 swing sped

Asked by: Shep
The C-Taper Lite R flex is a 105 gram weight shaft and will play more flexible then the KBS Tour 120 even when the Lite is hard stepped by one club. The C-Taper Lite is designed to produce a mid high trajectory and the Tour a mid trajectory. The change of weight will be noticeable. Your driver swingspeed puts you into an R flex. We reference a 7 iron from 150 yards for an R flex and an 8 iron from 150 yards for an S flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-30

I play titelist AP1 with graphite shafts at +1". If i order the 4-PW KBS Tour shafts, are the raw lengths for each club enough to accommodate my +1" shaft length, or do I need to order multiple of the same length shafts?

Asked by: jeff
The raw length shafts in the KBS Tour shafts are plenty long enough to assemble your AP1 irons at +1". Remember the clubheads add approximately 1.25" to the clubs finished length. You will just need to order the recommended raw length shafts for the KBS Tour shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-23

Hi do I need to shim the maltby tricept iron for the taper tip shaft.

Asked by: oneputt
Yes you will have to shim a taper tip shaft to fit the Maltby Tricept iron heads. Our SHIMT works well for this installation. https://www.golfworks.com/brass-shims-tapered-355-to-370/p/SHIMT/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-23

Do I have to shim my Maltby Tricept to fit the KBS taper tip shaft

Asked by: gdlblues
Yes you will have to shim the KBS taper tip shaft to fit the Maltby Tricept iron heads. Our SHIMT works well for this installation. https://www.golfworks.com/brass-shims-tapered-355-to-370/p/SHIMT/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-23

I play off 8 handicap and have chance to purchase some irons that have Kbps tour by fast on them. Are they stiff how can you tell and what weight are they? I play off 7 handicap and thinking of getting them if you can answer above

Asked by: Mark
The flex should be shown on the shaft band such as R, S or X etc. With the KBS Tour shafts the R flex weights 110 grams, S flex 120 grams and X flex 130 grams. If the flexes are not marked on the shafts you would have to take them to someone who can test the shafts for flex on frequency machine.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-25

Hello I am looking to replace my stock Vokey wedge flex shafts with kbs tour 130x shafts (9/pw shaft). I plan to keep the length the same as stock. Would I need to adjust the swing weight of the new kbs shaft or can it simply be fitted as is?

Asked by: Leehech
Assuming you are reshafting Dynamic Gold shafts with KBS Tour 130 X flex shafts you may need to add a couple of swingweight points. The KBS Tour shafts have a higher balance point then the Dynamic Gold shafts and I have found I generally have had to add about 4 grams with the KBS shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-11
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