Project X Graphite Hybrid Shaft

Project X Graphite Hybrid Shaft

5.0 - 370 tip (84g) 3B2M
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5.5 - 370 tip (85g) 3.5B1M
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6.0 - 370 tip (92g) 4C1M
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6.5 - 370 tip (95g) 5C1H
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7.0 - 370 tip (97g) 5.5C1H
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Project X Graphite Hybrid Shaft

The Project X graphite hybrid shaft's bend profile and stability enhancement was designed to produce directional and distance dispersion.

  • .355" and .370" tip diameters available
  • Stiffness profile matches Project X steel iron shafts
  • Weight provides the perfect transition from iron shafts to wood shafts

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Project X Graphite Hybrid Shaft Specifications

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For senior flex what gram you recommend

Asked by: Pinkie
The Project X Hybrid shaft is not available in a senior flex. Generally seniors like a little lighter weight shaft. A hybrid shaft like the UST dhi Hybrid (US0083) A flex at 65 grams could possibly work well. Also the UST MP5 (US0069) A flex at 60 grams could be another good choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-27

Hi , I have 2 new Mizuno wedges s18 . They came with steel shafts and I want to go with graphite 6.0 project x shafts. Which ones would be right to order??

Asked by: Eroc 99
The Project X graphite iron shafts will not fit the Mizuno S18 wedges. The Mizuno wedges use a .355" taper tip shaft and the Project X graphite iron shafts are only made with a .370" parallel tip, which is to large to fit these wedges.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-07

Why are the flexes and MPF different for the Project X graphite hybrid than the graphite iron and wood shafts? 5.0 in hybrid is 3B1M but for the irons and woods it's 3.5B1M.

Asked by: RobV
To be honest I am not sure why we listed the hybrid 5.0 shaft as a 3 instead of a 3.5. It may have just been a mistake. We normally have listed the 5.0 flex as a 3.5 mpf code and I would tend to list it that way for the hybrid shaft as well. The change from a 3 to 3.5 code in a graphite shaft flex change is a minor change of stiffness.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-26

I am interested in the 7,8,and 9 hybrid. Please email and let me know your phone number.

Asked by: Ivan
You can call 800-848-8358. For a 7,8 and 9 hybrid, using the Project X Hybrid shaft, you can only trim 1.5" from the tip, then after installation, you would trim to final playing length from the butt end of the shaft. The normal trimming only goes to a 24 degree hybrid. The shaft only has a 3" parallel tip section length so for the higher numbered hybrids, you would trim the mas amount from the tip, which in this case is 1.5 inches.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-09-21

I have project x 5.0 steel shafts in my irons, looking to replace the graphite shafts in my hybrids with these project x graphite hybrid shafts. Looking at the MPF, the 5.5 graphite hybrid matches up with the 5.0 steel. Is that correct?

Asked by: WactownJB
The 5.0 is the regular flex and the 5.5 is in between the R and S flex. You may want to use the 5.5 in your hybrid. To me that becomes a fitting preference. Personally if I were playing 5.0 in my irons I would play the 5.0 in the hybrid. But that is what would fit me.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-13

is the pro 5/6 shaft senior shaft

Asked by: jim
In the Project X Hybrid shafts the 5.0 flex is the Regular flex. They did not make a Senior flex in this shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-17

Will these work with the Maltby ST-i Iron Heads .370?

Asked by: kyleP
Yes the Project X Hybrid shafts are .370" tip size and will fit the STi irons heads.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-03

To JimY-I used the Product X 5.0 lite senior shafts in my woods w a high trajectory. Which shaft in MPF series hybrid A flex would have a high trajectory-and be light not heavy? and which shaft for my Pings in Paderson would have a high trajectory.

Asked by: heathandholl
In the MA0250 the A flex is designed to create a mid/high trajectory. The Paderson A flex (PK0105) shaft is designed to produce a high trajectory. Both shafts could work well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-26
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