A 45-gram shaft with stiffness distributions equal to much heavier shafts - no other Superlite shaft in the world can claim this fact. Medium to medium-high launch angles with medium to slightly lower spin to maximize distance. For golfers who swing up to 105 mph and have slow to even quick tempos/transitions.
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So Light, So WOW!
A breakthrough in SuperLite shaft design that correctly breaks the 50-gram barrier. No other ultra-lightweight shaft in the world rivals the performance of the new Xcaliber SuperLite 45 Wood Golf Shaft. No other SuperLite shaft has the stiffness distribution of the new Xcaliber SuperLite 45 Wood Shafts. In fact, most companies' S-flex shafts are really R-flex shafts and even at times weaker - a dis-service to the industry for sure.
The first and only true Superlight that crushes the 50-gram barrier without sacrificing performance. In 2016, we challenged ourselves to design a sub-50 g wood golf shaft that had all the performance features of our 65-gram shafts - but was 20 grams lighter and had similar trajectories and spin vs. the SuperLite models available to golfers which exhibited high launch and spin rates. With the introduction of the new Xcaliber SuperLite 45 Wood Golf Shafts, we can now say: Mission accomplished!
The first of its kind, the new Xcaliber SuperLite 45 Wood Golf Shaft works best for golfers with swing speeds from 70 to even up to 105 mph with smooth to medium tempos/transitions.
If this is you, expect a medium to medium-high launch without the excessive spin common with most lightweight shafts. If your swing is a bit more aggressive, you may need a stiffer flex than you’re used to in order to optimize spin.
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.