Xcaliber Hybrid Shaft


Flex MPF Code Length WT Butt Dia. Tip Dia. Parallel Tip Sect. Torque TRAJ
S 4B2H 41 in. 80 g 0.600 in. 0.370 in. 5 in. 2.8 MID/HIGH
R 3B2M 41 in. 78 g 0.600 in. 0.370 in. 5 in. 3.0 MID/HIGH
A 2B2M 41 in. 76 g 0.600 in. 0.370 in. 5 in. 3.2 MID/HIGH

Optimized for Hybrid Heads

Some companies take shafts designed for iron heads and simply make them longer to accommodate hybrid club lengths. We don’t do that. Instead we specifically designed the 76-80 g Xcaliber Hybrid Shaft to optimize launch angle and spin for—you guessed it—hybrid heads.

For 2 years, we analyzed the unique distribution of stiffness, weight and torque in hybrids. We also conducted extensive player testing using golfers of all abilities. All to ensure our Hybrid Shaft delivers more than other options on the market.

Two Additional Shaft Features

To optimize ball flight, we even added two additional features:

  • The balance point of the shaft is the lowest in the industry. This helps golfers get the ball airborne.
  • The shaft has a medium to stiff lower section that keeps spin at an optimum rate—unlike other hybrid shaft designs that produce too much spin.

This Shaft Fits a Wide Range of Golfers

The Hybrid Shaft fits a wide range of golfers too. From slower swinging seniors to lower handicap players with swing speeds up to 100+ mph. The shaft works best with players whose swing profiles are smooth to medium in tempo, and who transition quickly without being overly aggressive.

If you have a slow swing, expect a medium to high launch. For faster swings, you’ll see a medium to medium-low ball flight. Either way, you’ll get optimum trajectory without excessive spin.

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Trim Instructions

Standard:

Tip 0 in. for H15*: 0 in.; H18*: 0.5 in.; H21*: 1 in.; H24*: 1.5 in.; H17*: 2 in.

Experienced Club Makers:

With a 5 in. parallel, trimming options are limitless for any head. 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.