Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

5.0 - 335 tip (60g) 3.5B2M
5.5 - 335 tip (62g) 4B2M
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6.0 - 335 tip (66g) 4.5B1M
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Project X Graphite Wood Shafts

The Project X graphite wood shaft was engineered using True Temper's proprietary Zonal Design Theory (ZDT) to optimize performance in the butt, mid and tip sections of the golf shaft.

  • .335" tip diameter
  • Constant taper shaft design eliminates localized bending for maximum energy transfer
  • Provides penetrating launch conditions with ultra low spin rate

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Project X Graphite Wood Shaft Specifications

Project X Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shaft I bought this shaft to reduce the spin rate of my drives from almost 4000 rpm to about 3000rpm. I love how this shaft releases at the right moment but I hooked the ball with my Titleist 910 D3 in the draw setting. I changed it to a neutral setting and now my drive went from 255 yds( Diamana Ahina shaft) to 275 plus yds (Project X 6.5). Fix your swing, get your numbers, find the right shaft for you.
Date published: 2012-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ping G30 Driver I had this particular shaft in a previous driver and was excellent so I purchased it for my Ping G30 and it appeared to have more flex than I liked. Never the less I am keeping it in case my swing speed reduces.
Date published: 2015-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Project X 6.0 I had played the 5.5 in two Adams hybrids and they really performed well. So, I decided to takeout the $200+ wholesale shaft and try the $59.99. It really has worked great with extra roll and flatter ball flight.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Project X Black 6.5 Ordered this shaft as an upgrade from Ping for my G 30 Driver. Not a very good shaft. I had a pro shop check the specs and they were way off. The specs worked out to be the same as a regular not stiff.
Date published: 2015-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great golf shaft I bought the 5.0 to replace the Project X Tour(reg) shaft on my Callaway driver and 3 wood. I am a senior golfer and wanted a little more flex in the shaft. It was the perfect change.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shaft I have used the project X shafts for a few years. I'm a long time fan of Royal Shafts and very glad to see true temper company maintain the same quality.
Date published: 2015-07-08
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Does the Project x 5.5 blue shaft have "project x" written in the flames on the underside of the shaft? Not just the white lettering?

Asked by: Duffindan
No it does not have the Project X written in flames on this shaft. The shaft with the flames would be a Project X that was made for a specific manufacturer. I know Royal Precision made some Project X shafts exclusively for Callaway.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-13

I have a Callaway FT Optiforce 3 wood with Project X 5.5 PXV53 shaft. The ball flies off this club. I would like to duplicate this shaft in a driver. First of all what do all the letters mean. Second can you recommend a similar shaft, or slightly stiffer

Asked by: altheriddler
The Project X PXV53 was a shaft made exclusively for Callaway. The 5.5 is the shaft flex which is a flex between R and S flex. The 53 represents the weight of the shaft. Royal Precision sold an aftermarket Project X PXv Tour 52 which would have likely been the closest replacement but this shaft is no longer available. I would look at a shaft like the Graphite Design YS Nano Reloaded (GD0039) as a shaft that could play similar or the Fujikura Pro 53 (FK0080) as another good option.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-08

if i use 5.5 in my irons is it quite normal to have 6.0 in my driver

Asked by: nigel
This is more common than people realize. I have worked with a lot of players over the years who use stiffer flex shafts in their driver then their irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-30

My TM SLDR speeder has 3.4° torque and my goal is to feel the shaft loading at the top and have more whip through the impact zone for more distance, am I on point by saying the PX 5.0 will provide that feel w/o losing accuracy/distance. Please advise.

Asked by: jeff55
You are going to get more feel from shaft flex then shaft torque. A shaft actually torques less when you swing the club then it does statically. I think the Project X 5.0 could be a good choice to help you accomplish what you are looking for.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-13

my TM SLDR has stock speeder 57 and think its too stiff. I have PX 5.5 in mizuno pro 825 and thought a PX 5.0 for 1W, 5.5 for 3w and a 6.5 for the 3&4 hybrids might work, I hit the speeder ok and wonder if 5.0 would fit my swing better. Please advise.

Asked by: jeff55
Yes the Project X 5.0 could work well. It is a little unusual to see someone change the shaft flexes for fairway woods and hybrids but it certainly could work. Changing shaft weight for fairway woods and hybrids is fairly common.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-13

can i order a drivers shaft only (no tip)

Asked by: scooter
Yes you can order the shaft without a shaft adapter. You always order the shaft and the shaft adapter separately. We never include the shaft adapters with the shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-13

Hello, can you tell me some of the differences between an Fuji Speeder 57 and a Project X PX v 6.0 both in a stiff flex and their quality. For use in a Taylor Made SLDR mini driver. Thanks

Asked by: GOLFMAN
The Speeder 57 was a shaft made exclusively for Taylor Made and I do not have any specifications other then the weight which was in the 57 gram weight range. I would expect if to be a mid bend point shaft with mid range torque. There was a Project X Pxv that was designed for Callaway that was a mid bend point that weighted 60 grams for the S flex. If this is the shaft you are asking about it should play similar to the Speeder 57. Quality from one manufacture to the other on this type of shaft would be very similar, and both are very good graphite shaft manufactures. We stocked the Project X Pxv Tour 52, which was designed for a higher ball flight and the Project X Pxv Tour 70 which was designed for a low ball flight. The numbers represent the approximate shaft weights.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-19

Looking for a 4.5 a flex project x driver shaft

Asked by: Ron
Royal Precision does not make the Project X graphite wood shaft in a 4.5 flex for the aftermarket.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-29
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