Xcaliber Fairway Wood Shaft


Flex MPF Code Length WT Butt Dia. Tip Dia. Parallel Tip Sect. Torque TRAJ
S 4B2M 45 in. 75 g 0.600 in. 0.335 in. 5 in. 3.0 MID/HIGH
R 3B2M 45 in. 75 g 0.600 in. 0.335 in. 5 in. 3.0 MID/HIGH
A 2B2M 45 in. 75 g 0.600 in. 0.335 in. 5 in. 3.0 MID/HIGH

Optimize Drive in your 3-Wood

Made specially for your 3 wood
Spanning 45 in. and weighing 75 g, the Xcaliber Fairway Wood Shaft is 5 grams more than the Xcaliber RT 6 and 6+ Wood Shafts. The extra weight enhances control, and the unique stiffness profile—unlike a tip-trimmed driver shaft—optimizes all flight parameters.

The Fairway Wood Shaft was designed and tested specifically for the heavier 3-wood heads. It’s not simply a wood shaft tipped a small amount. While few companies rigorously test shafts for 3-wood heads, we run this key piece of equipment through the same testing protocol as drivers. This allows us to truly optimize launch, spin, control and distance in your 3-wood.

Unique Wood Shaft

It has a unique and more efficient stiffness, weight and torque than others on the market—especially when using a driver shaft. Another important attribute is the 5 in. parallel tip section, giving you endless options to dial in your ball flight on all fairway woods.

The versatile Fairway Wood Shaft fits golfers with driver swing speeds from 80-105 mph with medium to medium-quick tempos and transitions.

The slower swinging golfer can expect a medium to high launch angle. The faster swinging golfer with a quicker transition and tempo can expect a medium to low launch angle. Whatever your swing profile, the Fairway Wood Shaft reduces excessive spin to maximize distance.

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Trim Instructions

Standard:

Tip 0 in. for 3-wood, 0.5 in. increments for subsequent woods with a maximum of 3.5 in. tip trim.

Experienced Club Makers:

With a 5 in. parallel, trimming options are limitless. A maximum for any head is 3.5 in., providing the bore depth does not exceed 1.5 in.

Note: Trimming instructions are not set in stone (as a lot of companies will maintain). Rather they are a basic guide for assembly. Experimentation is definitely allowed and even encouraged once one has experience with the performance of any XCALIBER shaft.