Maltby MPF Graphite Fairway Shaft

Maltby MPF Graphite Fairway Shaft


A Flex 44" - .335 tip (75g) 2B3M
$19.99
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R Flex 44" - .335 tip (77g) 3B2M
$19.99
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S Flex 44" - .335 tip (77g) 4B2M
$19.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Maltby MPF Graphite Fairway Shaft

Maltby MPF graphite shaft geometry and bend profile designed specifically for fairway woods.

Features:
  • .335" tip diameter
  • 5" tip parallel section allows for multiple trimming options
  • 3 bend profiles provide options for a wide range of players with varying club head speeds

Trimming Instructions

Maltby MPF Graphite Fairway Shaft is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good shaft for the money Good specs, ball goes higher even with my slower swing speed.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid shaft for a driver. Put this in a 10.5 head and love it for the driver. Just the right weight and torque.
Date published: 2017-09-12
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Could I put this FW Shaft in a Driver Head?  I’m only 5’7” tall and most stock Drivers are 45.5”- 46” in Overall Length.  I need my Driver to be 43.5” Overall Length. How would you recommend I cut this shaft ?  I use Regular Flex. 

Asked by: Jason P
Most wood shafts are 46" raw length and are than cut from the butt end to the finished length, in this case 43.5". Cutting the driver to 43.5" will lighten the swingweight and make the shaft play more flexible. Increasing the swingweight back into the D1 or D2 range will make the shaft play true to it's listed stiffness. Fairway wood shafts are designed to be used with heavier weight fairway wood heads. If you put install the fairway wood shaft into a driver head that weights in the 200 gram range the swingweight will be lighter then a normal D1 or D2 and the shaft will play stiffer and it will even play stiffer then the wood shaft that started at 46". Again if you use the fairway wood shaft and make sure the swingweight is in the D1 to D2 range the shaft will play true to it's listed flex. A shorter shaft will always play stiffer unless you put the proper amount of clubhead weight on the end of the shaft to make it flex as it was designed.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-06

Any idea when the grafalloy 65 r and S  are expected back in stock? For this maltby shaft if I wanted a finished flex between R and S, finished length 41.5" tipped for a 5w with the 10 g tungsten tip weight what flex would I need to start with?

Asked by: Rishi A
I would tell you to check directly with GolfWorks Canada at 1-800-387-5331. We have the ProLaunch Blue 65 R and S flex shafts in stock in the US and ship to GolfWorks Canada on a regular basis. I would think they should have them soon but they can tell you for sure.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-17

Hi JimY, Rishi again about the single length 3 wood (220g) you said treat it as a 5w . I play a fade not a big slice anymore. Would you think this shaft would be better 77g or the grafalloy 45g -3b2s. Nvr bought upgd shft b4. Can only find 3 FW shafts? 

Asked by: Rishi A
I would more often then not recommend a heavier weight shaft for fairway woods for a little more control but it comes down to custom fitting and which one works best for a given player. You might even consider the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65 shaft for these woods. I use a Blue 65 in one of my fairway woods and it works well for me. You do not need a fairway wood specific shaft and we are seeing fewer of them available every year from the shaft manufactures. Another shaft I have always been able to turn right to left pretty easily is the Aldila NVS (AL202202).
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-16

I have a Ping G 30 three wood, which has a stiff shaft. I need a regular shaft, the club has a screw to change shafts easy with the tool, but I am sure the tip needs to be prepared to accept the shaft. What cost will I incur for the tip to accommodate

Asked by: tony
You would need to purchase the shaft and a new Ping G30 shaft adaptor (PGC002) https://www.golfworks.com/ping-g30-series-shaft-adaptor/p/PGC002/ We do have a $10.00 charge for installing the shaft adaptor.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28

will this shaft work in a 12deg driver head

Asked by: boobcan
It will play a little stiffer in a driver then it would a fairway wood because a fairway wood clubhead weights more then the driver clubhead and the added weight will make the shaft flex and bend a little more. It can work but is not done all that often. It is one of those things you have to be willing to try and see how it might work for you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-09

Need to reshaft TM Rocketballz Stage 2 HL 3 wd reg flex.  What tip diameter 335 or 350 and would like a little higher launching.  Any recommendations at reasonable price ????

Asked by: Basicbob
The TM Rocketballz Stage 2 HL 3 wood used a .350" tip size shaft. The only .350" tip size shafts we stock are the Aldila NV (1205W35) and NVS (AL0001W). The NVS would be the higher launching shaft of the two. You could use the BB9065 shaft adaptor and install a .335" tip size shaft into this 3 wood. The NVS .335" (AL202202) tip shaft could still be a good choice along with the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65 (TT0107).
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-09

Are these fairway shafts equivalent to the AXE Xcaliber fairway shafts? Are the bend profiles available for the MPF fairway shafts?

Asked by: Don
The MPF Fairway wood shafts would be pretty close to the Xcaliber Fairway wood shafts. The MPF shafts will play a little more flexible then the Xcaliber in the same flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-21

what are you recomend for a driver senior shaft

Asked by: Zolie
I would look at our MPF Distance (MA0248) in the A flex (senior flex). Another option would be the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 45 A flex (TT0106) which is a 45 gram weight shaft and can work well for slower swingspeeds. https://www.golfworks.com/maltby-mpf-distance-graphite-wood-shafts/p/MA0248/ https://www.golfworks.com/grafalloy-prolaunch-blue-45-65-graphite-wood-shafts/p/TT0106/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-09
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