iDrive Tour Graphite Shafts - White

 
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GID-TR-WH
Price: $10.95
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Iron A/L Flex
GID-TR-WH-IAL
$10.95 Out of Stock
Iron R/S Flex
GID-TR-WH-IRS
$10.95 Out of Stock
Wood A/L Flex
GID-TR-WH-WAL
$10.95 In Stock
Wood R/S Flex
GID-TR-WH-WRS
$10.95 In Stock
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iDrive Tour Graphite Shafts - White

  • Unlike conventional graphite shafts i-Drive 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.
  • A/L shafts have "Tour 4.1" logo on shaft, R/S carries "Tour 3.1" logo.
  • 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" 67 g Mid-High
Wood R/S 3.5° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 72 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" 72 g Mid-High
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6 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
jack poon
Sep 26, 2021
Best shaft for irons and i even do it for hybrid and wedge. Consistent performance and feel from shaft to shaft. Matching them up makes the swing consistent from hubrid thru to wedge. If i have a putter tat is straight shaft.

Advantages: Concsistent feel good launch angle

Disadvantages: None
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Jerry Burnett
Sep 12, 2021
Good iron shafts have low torque and stable
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Joe
Mar 9, 2017
I really like this filament wrapped shaft. Good consistency and great feel from the regular flex I chose for my swing speed. Performs better than many more expensive brands I've used.
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cday
Aug 31, 2016
great co to deal with and very fast shipping great products also

Advantages: I have built several clubs with these shafts .They preform well for me and friends .like the filament wound over traditional table wrapped shafts.

Disadvantages: none at this time
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Rick Touchette
Aug 15, 2013
Great value!!! Great product! Fast Shipping!!
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you can do 0" tip trim for a short driver of 43.5" club length. These shafts are A/L and R/S combo flex. 0" for lady flex and R flex, 1" tip trim for Senior and Stiff flex.
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Sep 9, 2019


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Asked by Gil Friedman on Dec 3, 2019
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visit the webpage of the iDrive white graphite shaft. there are several tabs "Description", "Specification", "Send to Friend". For tip trim chart, click on the tab "Description".
 
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Description

iDrive Tour Graphite Shafts - White

  • Unlike conventional graphite shafts i-Drive 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.
  • A/L shafts have "Tour 4.1" logo on shaft, R/S carries "Tour 3.1" logo.
  • 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" 67 g Mid-High
Wood R/S 3.5° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 72 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" 72 g Mid-High
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6 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
jack poon
Sep 26, 2021
Best shaft for irons and i even do it for hybrid and wedge. Consistent performance and feel from shaft to shaft. Matching them up makes the swing consistent from hubrid thru to wedge. If i have a putter tat is straight shaft.

Advantages: Concsistent feel good launch angle

Disadvantages: None
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Jerry Burnett
Sep 12, 2021
Good iron shafts have low torque and stable
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Joe
Mar 9, 2017
I really like this filament wrapped shaft. Good consistency and great feel from the regular flex I chose for my swing speed. Performs better than many more expensive brands I've used.
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cday
Aug 31, 2016
great co to deal with and very fast shipping great products also

Advantages: I have built several clubs with these shafts .They preform well for me and friends .like the filament wound over traditional table wrapped shafts.

Disadvantages: none at this time
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Rick Touchette
Aug 15, 2013
Great value!!! Great product! Fast Shipping!!
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Product Q&A
Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
A
you can do 0" tip trim for a short driver of 43.5" club length. These shafts are A/L and R/S combo flex. 0" for lady flex and R flex, 1" tip trim for Senior and Stiff flex.
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Sep 9, 2019


Q
Do you find this helpful? YES NO
Asked by Gil Friedman on Dec 3, 2019
A
visit the webpage of the iDrive white graphite shaft. there are several tabs "Description", "Specification", "Send to Friend". For tip trim chart, click on the tab "Description".
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Dec 3, 2019


See all 3 questions for this product