A high-balance point, Tour-Level filament wound shaft. Trajectories slightly higher than the Xcaliber PRO T6* Wood Golf Shaft with a softer feel. For golfers with slightly aggressive tempos/transitions who swing 100 - 120 mph.
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Your Direct Line to the Middle of the Fairway.
The new Xcaliber Pro HBL 60 Wood Golf Shaft is a tour-ready, golf ball destroyer that’s incredibly versatile. The new Xcaliber Pro HBL 60 Wood Golf Shaft features a stiffness profile that has medium stiff upper and mid-section with a stiff lower section. Combined with a unique torque distribution that’s only possible with filament winding, this shaft delivers an ultra-stable and solid feel to maximize distance and control.
Early on, we knew the new Xcaliber Pro HBL 60 Wood Golf Shaft was something special. That’s because initial feedback from testers all over the country was incredibly positive. Going head-to-head against all the top driver brands including those on Tour, the Pro HBL 60 equaled all, and in many cases exceeded their performance benefits. That’s when we decided to fast track it to release. What we ended up with was an elite-level wood golf shaft that is arguably the straightest we’ve ever designed.
For golfers with slightly aggressive swing profiles who hit 105-110 mph, the S-flex version will give you a Tour-like boring to medium-high ball flight with reduced spin for maximizing distance. For players with swing speeds in excess of 110-115+ mph, the TS-flex version will deliver a Tour-like boring to higher ball flight with less spin.
Standard Trim Instructions:
- Tip 0 in. for driver, 0.5 in. for 3-wood, etc; with a maximum of 1.5 in. tip trim.
Experienced Club Makers:
- A maximum tip trim for any head is 2 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.