Superior performance that competes with any high-priced shaft on Tour. More penetrating ball flight with less spin for maximum distance and control. For mid-to-low handicap and Tour-caliber players with higher swing speeds.
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Finally, a SuperLight for Super Players.
The new Xcaliber Pro TSL Wood Golf Shaft is the only SuperLite shaft in the world that can be used by Tour-Quality players and golfers with slower swings but quicker transitions and tempos. In design for two years, the new Xcaliber Pro TSL Wood Golf Shaft can go head-to-head with any of the much heavier Tour shafts. With a stiffness profile equal to most of the top shafts on the PGA Tour it weighs in at just 52 grams but - it's Ready to Rumble.
Through our extensive research, we discovered that today’s superlight shafts were just not optimized for the high swing speeds and aggressive tempos/transitions of low-handicap players. The lower sections of all superlight shafts are simply too weak to withstand the acceleration forces better players put on these shafts.
Not anymore. We designed the new TSL Wood Golf Shaft with stiffer upper and much stiffer lower sections than any super lightweight shaft on the world. This allowed us to create a more consistent and stable shaft that could withstand the force applied by better players at impact. As the only shaft with this unique stiffness profile at this weight, the new TSL Wood Golf Shaft is truly in a category all its own.
If you’re a skilled, low-handicap player with swing speed 95 - 105+, quick tempo and aggressive transition, you can expect to get medium to medium-high launch angles with much lower spin rates. The result? More distance and superior control.
Standard Trim Instructions:
- Butt cut to length
Experienced Club Makers:
- A maximum of 1 in. may be carefully tipped, providing the head's hosel 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.