Syntec AccuForce 70 Graphite Shafts


PA-1881
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Syntec AccuForce 70 Graphite Shafts

  • The new 2018 Syntec Accuforce 70 graphite shafts are filament wound, not table rolled
  • High modulus material is filament wound around a special forming mandrel. The result is virtually no spine for increased consistency, improved uniformity and more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. If all the talk about spine aligning and shaft pureing made you confused, don't look further.
  • Guaranteed 100% high modulus, high strength graphite.
  • Popular shafts are mid low flex point and low to mid torque for all level golfers.
  • Great value price for a quality graphite shaft.
  • Bend Point: Low-Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Tip Trimming:
    • Wood L-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood A-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
    • Wood R-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood S-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5".
    • Iron L-Flex: #3I 0"; #4 0.25"; #5 0.5"; #6 0.75"; #7 1"; #8 1.25"; #9 1.5"; Wedge 1.75"
    • Iron A-Flex: #3I 1"; #4 1.25"; #5 1.5"; #6 1.75"; #7 2"; #8 2.25"; #9 2.5"; Wedge 2.75"
    • Iron R-Flex: #3I 0"; #4 0.25"; #5 0.5"; #6 0.75"; #7 1"; #8 1.25"; #9 1.5";  Wedge 1.75"
    • Iron S-Flex:  #3I 1"; #4 1.25"; #5 1.5"; #6 1.75"; #7 2"; #8 2.25"; #9 2.5"; Wedge 2.75"
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A/L 4.5° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 74 g Mid-High
Wood R/S 3.5° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 74 g Mid-High
Iron A/L 4.1° 0.370" 0.600" 41" 70 g Mid-High
Iron R/S 3.1° 0.370" 0.600" 41" 70 g Mid-High
Description

Syntec AccuForce 70 Graphite Shafts

  • The new 2018 Syntec Accuforce 70 graphite shafts are filament wound, not table rolled
  • High modulus material is filament wound around a special forming mandrel. The result is virtually no spine for increased consistency, improved uniformity and more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. If all the talk about spine aligning and shaft pureing made you confused, don't look further.
  • Guaranteed 100% high modulus, high strength graphite.
  • Popular shafts are mid low flex point and low to mid torque for all level golfers.
  • Great value price for a quality graphite shaft.
  • Bend Point: Low-Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Tip Trimming:
    • Wood L-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood A-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
    • Wood R-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood S-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5".
    • Iron L-Flex: #3I 0"; #4 0.25"; #5 0.5"; #6 0.75"; #7 1"; #8 1.25"; #9 1.5"; Wedge 1.75"
    • Iron A-Flex: #3I 1"; #4 1.25"; #5 1.5"; #6 1.75"; #7 2"; #8 2.25"; #9 2.5"; Wedge 2.75"
    • Iron R-Flex: #3I 0"; #4 0.25"; #5 0.5"; #6 0.75"; #7 1"; #8 1.25"; #9 1.5";  Wedge 1.75"
    • Iron S-Flex:  #3I 1"; #4 1.25"; #5 1.5"; #6 1.75"; #7 2"; #8 2.25"; #9 2.5"; Wedge 2.75"
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A/L 4.5° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 74 g Mid-High
Wood R/S 3.5° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 74 g Mid-High
Iron A/L 4.1° 0.370" 0.600" 41" 70 g Mid-High
Iron R/S 3.1° 0.370" 0.600" 41" 70 g Mid-High
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Asked by Ely M Enriquez on Feb 11, 2021
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tip instruction is online available, at the webpage of the shaft you are looking at Syntec AccuForce 70 Graphite Shafts. click on the tab "description"
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Feb 13, 2021


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Asked by Albert Love on Feb 3, 2021
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iron shafts take iron ferrule with 0.370 inner diameter. wood shafts take wood ferrule with 0.335 inner diameter.
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Feb 13, 2021


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Felton Turnage
Oct 3, 2019
Best shaft I have every had straight and long. I put them on the dynacraft muscle blades. Best decision I have made so fare. Took my new club to a golf shop that has a launch monitor and out hit all the name brand high end clubs.

Advantages: Price and accuracy

Disadvantages: None
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Dennis Kulik
Sep 1, 2022
Great shaft! Love not worrying abou spine placement. This is second hybrid I have used this shaft and it works great.

Advantages: Great feel!

Disadvantages: none
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Darrell DeGeus
Mar 9, 2024
Made long irons and 3 & 4 hybrids with the shafts and very happy with the results. I like a softer feel but not quite an “A” flex and these in “R” flex suited me. The response seems very consistent and I think due to the lower torque.
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Tom
Mar 6, 2024
I purchased two Syntec Accuforce 70 graphite shafts in regular flex and senior A flex to Mount on drivers. I found both the shafts to be excellent quality and easy to work with. In addition, the gloss black finish looks nice with just about any club, not garish at all. The brand logo is small enough that if no visible logo is desired at set up the shaft can be rotated to completely hide the logo.
Thank you, Tom

Advantages: Inexpensive, nice quality, subtle black finish, true to spec.

Disadvantages: None
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Robert Bixler
Jan 25, 2024
reasonably a good buy, nice looking shaft.
Reshafted my Driver and three Wood. looking to try them out after 10 inches of snow melts and warmer weather comes to nebraska!

Advantages: good price and have very good reviews on Monark Golf

Disadvantages: None
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