Graphite Golf Shafts for Fairway Woods

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The SteelFiber HFS780 is one of the most versatile golf shafts in the SteelFiber lineup. With a .335-inch tip diameter, the HFS780 can be used in fairway woods and hybrid clubs, and features the same innovative design that has made SteelFiber the No. 1 golf graphite iron shafts on the PGA and Champions Tours. A slightly more active tip gets the ball airborne quicker, while a lower torque and SteelFiber’s unique surface layer maintains unprecedented stability and control.

  • Designed specifically to enhance playability for fairway woods
  • Gets the ball airborne quicker after impact
  • Better transfer of energy with clubs that interact with the turf such as irons, hybrid and fairway woods

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Delivering superior strength, unprecedented stability and the lightweight properties of titanium fiber composite technology, the ultra-premium TiFiber is a game-changer. TiFiber wood shafts are designed for players to attain the highest level of performance and optimize launch angles and spin rates for increased distance and pinpoint accuracy.

TiFiber Tour 70 shafts feature a “Tour Stiff” tip section to optimize flight by reducing spin and lowering trajectory. TiFiber Tour 70 is available in F5 (Stiff) and F6 (X-Stiff) flex options.

TiFiber Pro 60 has a slightly softer tip section and benefits players who need a bit more launch and spin, yet who still want the added stability of titanium. The TiFiber Pro 60 is available in F4 (Regular) and F5 (Stiff) flexes.

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Welcome to the New Age in driver shafts! Constructed with the new high-modulus Microtex carbon fiber, the Claymore MX48 is the most stable, ultra-light wood shaft in golf. The MX48’s filament wound, super light weight and moderate tip stiffness allows golfers to maximize clubhead speed without sacrificing control and accuracy. Don’t worry about overpowering this super light shaft, it won’t happen.

With the same futuristic construction as the MX48, the Claymore MX60 offers a slightly higher weight and lower torque than its lighter counterpart. The Claymore MX60 is the right choice for players looking to fine tune launch angles and spin rates. If you’ve been playing heavier golf driver shafts just to maintain stability, its time to try the new generation of ultra-lights — the Aerotech Claymore MX60 and MX48.

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