UST Mamiya ProForce AXIVCore Tour Black Graphite Wood Shaft

UST Mamiya ProForce AXIVCore Tour Black Graphite Wood Shaft

69R Flex - 335 tip (68g) 3B2H
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69S Flex - 335 tip (68g) 4B2H
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69X Flex - 335 tip (68g) 5B2H
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79S Flex - 335 tip (77g) 4B2H
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79X Flex - 335 tip (77g) 4B2H
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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UST Mamiya ProForce AXIVCore Tour Black Graphite Wood Shaft

The UST Proforce AXIVCore Tour Black Graphite Wood Shaft featuring AXIV Technology helps with carry distance off the tee without sacraficing feel and performance.

  • .335" tip diameter
  • Ultra low torque golf shaft design
  • Manufactured to Tour tolerances
  • Multiple weight and flex options available

Trimming Instructions

UST AXIVCore Tour Black Golf Shaft Specifications

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What is the best way to get the in between flex of R and S for this shaft? I'm at 93-95 Driver SWG SPD. Get R and trim a bit over? Thanks

Asked by: Alex
Since the recommended tip trimming with both the R and S flex shafts is 0" you would take the R flex and tip trim 1/2" to make it play between an R and S flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-18

Was their a correction to the trajectory or bend point? I thought this was a low launch shaft at one time.

Asked by: john150
Back when we listed bend point and tip stiffness in the catalog the AxivCore Tour Black (US0040) was listed as a mid/high bend point and a medium tip stiffness which would make me think it is more of a mid or mid/high trajectory. On their web site UST lists it as a high launch shaft with low spin and that combination would should produce more of a mid to mid high trajectory.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-07-24

I have a Proforce AXIVCore Black-Tour S Flex-79 Series shaft in my fairway wood. I want to purchase a second identical shaft. I do not see this listed. Is this only available by special order?

Asked by: dcarr12
The code is US0041 and the S is currently on Backorder. We are showing that they are due in this week. (Week of April 24th.)
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-24

do any PGA Tour Pros play this shaft ?

Asked by: JOD
You would need to contact UST Mamiya to get the answer. We do not have the information.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-06-03

What is Pureing

Asked by: Jack
Basically there is no such thing as a perfectly round or perfectly straight golf shaft. Puring identifies these manufacturing tolerances so that the shaft can be installed into a position to make it play as if it were perfectly round and straight which will promote more consistent golf shots. You can see more about shaft Puring at this link.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-31

I want to replace my existing Matrix Velox Regular shaft in my Jet Speed Taylor Made driver with a stiff shaft that will produce less spin.  This UST Mamiya  AXIVCORE Tour Green shaft seems to be acceptable.  Can you confirm that this shaft will work?

Asked by: Bob D
Go with the Blue low bend point high launch less spin or the Black mid bend much less spin than the Green have them add the Taylor made adapter it will come ready to go fighting. David, The Pro Shop Florida
Answered by: David Furginson
Date published: 2016-03-17

I have a UST Proforce AXIV Core 69 Tour Black 69 gram with .610 OD butt (your number 3B2H) .  It does NOT have the word 'Mamiya' on the shaft labeling.  I need to know what the INSIDE DIAMETER of the butt is.  I need to install a graphite shaft extender.

Asked by: Nashvegas122
When I measure this it shows you need the Green coded extension (.5225") for this shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-28

Looking to get an axiv shaft, but want to extend it. Not sure what size extension to buy with it. Can you help?

Asked by: hivesden
There can be slight variations from one Axivcore to the next (ie: Black, Blue, Green, etc.) because they are different designs, specs, weights, etc. Also, the inside diameters can vary slightly. I always recommend getting one of each, the USGE and the GSE, that way you can use the one that fits the best. Generally, if the shaft weight is 65 grams or less, the USGE is the one. If the shaft is over 65 grams, the GSE should work. It may be necessary to sand the portion of the extension that goes inside the shaft down slightly if it is too large, or shim with a strip of tape if too small. The shim should fit snug. We do not recommend extending graphite more than 1".
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-09-08
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