AccuFlex UltraBoom Graphite Wood Shaft

 
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GAF-ULTRABM

Regular: $69.95

Price: $34.99
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R-Flex
GAF-ULTRABM-WR
$34.99 Out of Stock
Stiff
GAF-ULTRABM-WS
$34.99 In Stock
X-Flex
GAF-ULTRABM-WX
$34.99 In Stock
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AccuFlex UltraBoom Graphite Wood Shaft

  • The UltraBoom JLG won the 2005 RE/MAX Word Long Drive Championship is now finally available to the public.
  • A2 Advanced Design Technology transmit terrific feel and recovery in the shaft.
  • It has slightly lower torque at 2.8º, yet has similar bend profile to our Assassin II WC. It works very well for the mid to low handicap golfer.ransmits terrific feel and recovery in the shaft
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Swing Speed: 85-95 mph (R), 95-108 mph (S), 105+ mph (X).
  • Trimming: No tip trim, butt trim to desired club length.
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood R 2.8° 0.335" 0.610" 46" 65 g Mid
Wood S 2.8° 0.335" 0.610" 46" 65 g Low-Mid
Wood X 2.8° 0.335" 0.610" 46" 65 g Low-Mid
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Abney C Bolchoz Jr
Jul 6, 2021
I have been buying Accuflex for years and it is as good as anything I have used at a great price.
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I recommend you to visit a professional club fitter with swing analyzer and launch monitor.

The higher COR of a driver head may give you some extra yards distance.
However if you mate the head with a stiffer shaft promoting a lower trajectory, you will loose distance unless you have a higher swing speed.

You can search for a shaft with a low ball flight online.

• Visit the category page of all graphite shafts, https://www.monarkgolf.com/golf-components/shafts/graphite-golf-shafts/
• Use the Search + Filter tool at the left side,
• Look for “Ball Flight” and click on Low ball flight.
• Afterwards you can narrow down your search by weight of shaft, brand and price range.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Nov 30, 2020


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AccuFlex UltraBoom Graphite Wood Shaft

  • The UltraBoom JLG won the 2005 RE/MAX Word Long Drive Championship is now finally available to the public.
  • A2 Advanced Design Technology transmit terrific feel and recovery in the shaft.
  • It has slightly lower torque at 2.8º, yet has similar bend profile to our Assassin II WC. It works very well for the mid to low handicap golfer.ransmits terrific feel and recovery in the shaft
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Swing Speed: 85-95 mph (R), 95-108 mph (S), 105+ mph (X).
  • Trimming: No tip trim, butt trim to desired club length.
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood R 2.8° 0.335" 0.610" 46" 65 g Mid
Wood S 2.8° 0.335" 0.610" 46" 65 g Low-Mid
Wood X 2.8° 0.335" 0.610" 46" 65 g Low-Mid
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1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Abney C Bolchoz Jr
Jul 6, 2021
I have been buying Accuflex for years and it is as good as anything I have used at a great price.
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Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
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I recommend you to visit a professional club fitter with swing analyzer and launch monitor.

The higher COR of a driver head may give you some extra yards distance.
However if you mate the head with a stiffer shaft promoting a lower trajectory, you will loose distance unless you have a higher swing speed.

You can search for a shaft with a low ball flight online.

• Visit the category page of all graphite shafts, https://www.monarkgolf.com/golf-components/shafts/graphite-golf-shafts/
• Use the Search + Filter tool at the left side,
• Look for “Ball Flight” and click on Low ball flight.
• Afterwards you can narrow down your search by weight of shaft, brand and price range.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Nov 30, 2020