Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Iron Shafts

Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Iron Shafts

S Flex 40" - .370 tip (70g) 4B2M
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Iron Shafts

  • Medium weight, filament wound shafts designed for a mid-hi launch without excessive spin.
  • The lower 20 has been specifically designed for easier mid-hi launch off grass.
  • 100% inspected to insure 360* consistency.

Trimming Instructions


Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shafts have great feel, consistency and accuracy! I bought these shafts a couple of months ago and built a set of irons (4 - PW) with them. They have a real good feel when hit, are consistent when hit properly and very repeatable/longer distance. My confidence with these clubs has improved significantly!
Date published: 2015-09-13
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Can these shafts be used in Callaway X-Hot irons which have factory steel shafts? Looking to change to an A flex.

Asked by: Ronald
Yes these shafts will fit the Callaway X-hot irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-15

When might A flex be available?

Asked by: Jeffx
We will not be getting any more of these in stock. The Tour Tech line of shafts is being discontinued so as we sell out of them as we have with the A flex iron they will be gone. Sorry for the inconvience with the backorder message on the web site.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-02

I am converting to gaphite from steele shafts on my Taylormadr RBZ irons, what ferulles do I use? Thanks  Mike

Asked by: Mikes
The RBZ irons did not use a special ferrule. From looking at a picture they used a ferrule with a single chrome ring like our 70PI. Which would work fine. Any .370" iron ferrule we stock would work.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-02

I am in the process of boring out the Mazuno iron heads to .370. I am considering this shaft. When ordered, do you include tipping instructions for the set? Thank you.

Asked by: DaleS
We do include a shaft trimming instruction sheet with all shaft orders.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2017-01-27

As most medium priced graphite iron shafts are .370 tip how advisable is it to enlarge a .355 hosel on a forged iron head.  Specifically, the Adams A12 pro forged iron.  Does a forged head alter more easily than a cast?

Asked by: Rockybd
You can bore out .355 taper tip hosels to accomodate .370 tip shafts. The ease in doing so depends on the material. If the Forged head is forged carbon steel, it might be slightly easier to drill than a 17-4 stainless or 431 stainless, but most stainless heads are heat treated and can also be drilled with no problem. If you decide to drill out the hosels, our advise is to have The GolfWorks or a professional club builder do the job. Not an operation you can just use your hand drill for. As an alternative you might consider the Xcaliber graphite iron shafts in Taper Tip. They are priced at $139.99 for a set of 7 shafts ($19.99 ea.).
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-02
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