Designed and tested specifically for fairway heads - not a driver shaft tip trimmed for fairway wood heads. Medium to slightly higher launch angles and spin rates. For golfers with 100-120+ mph swing speeds and tempos/transitions ranging from medium-aggressive to very aggressive.
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Dominate the Middle.
Our new Xcaliber Pro Fairway Wood Golf Shafts have been specifically re-designed and tested with the latest in fairway wood head designs to give you better control than ever. Practically all component and OEM fairway wood shafts are simply wood shafts extensively tested for driver heads, A tip-trim procedure is then recommended to increase their stiffness for fairway heads without the extensive testing the driver shafts undergo. Obviously, they’re not extensively tested to optimize performance when paired with the unique characteristics of fairway woods.
The new Xcaliber Pro Fairway Wood Golf Shaft has slightly stiffer upper and middle sections that the Xcaliber PRO Woods, but a softer lower section making it easy to get tough shots airborne without excessive spin. We’re one of the few companies that take the extra development steps to help golfers with their all-important fairway shots.
If you have a swing speed up to around 105 mph and a medium tempo/transition, the S-flex will give you a medium to high launch without too much spin. If you have a swing speed in excess of 105 mph and want a lower trajectory, the TS-flex will deliver a more penetrating ball flight without excessive spin.
Either way, this shaft is engineered to help you find the middle of the fairway more often.
Standard Trim Instructions:
- 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.
- 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 many 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.