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.
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.
The Claymore LD series shaft is designed for the forces generated by modern long drive specialists. Constructed with the same Microtex carbon fiber as the MX48 and MX60, the Claymore LD holds up to the extreme forces exerted by world-class Long Drive competitors. In fact, Claymore shafts were in the bag of at least 13 competitors at the 2009 ReMax World Long Drive championships, the very first year it was introduced on the Long Drive circuit. Available in 2X, 3X and 4X flexes, the Claymore LD is the perfect shaft for any ‘Big Hitter.’
The Powercoil HP50 is one of the best ultra-lightweight golf wood shaft values in golf today. The Powercoil HP50 weighs in at just over 50 grams with a torque that is envious of even some of the highest priced ultra light shafts on the market. The shaft is designed so the softer flexes have progressively softer tips to help the slower swing speed players optimize launch conditions.Delivering the same great value as its sister shaft, the HP50, the Powercoil HP65 is designed for players looking for a slightly stiffer tip and lower ball flight than the 50-gram shaft. This low-torque design, combined with the hoop wind surface layer, allows the HP65 to hold up to even some of the most powerful swings. The HP65 is one of our most versatile golf wood shafts in our product line.