Integra MOI Plus Graphite Wood Shafts

 
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A-Flex
GINT-MOIP-WA
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R-Flex
GINT-MOIP-WR
$24.95 Out of Stock
Stiff
GINT-MOIP-WS
$24.95 Out of Stock
X-Flex
GINT-MOIP-WX
$24.95 Out of Stock
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Integra MOI Plus Graphite Wood Shafts

  • The new Integra MOI Plus shaft is a tip stable, high performance graphite shaft specifically designed for today's high Moment of Inertial wood heads. Attractive two-tone color scheme fading from blue to silver.
  • The MOI Plus is manufactured from super-high modulus carbon fibers made by Toray Japan, the same used in premium Japan made graphite shafts. Enjoy the technology at a fraction of the cost! 
  • The stable tip section with reduced torque in the tip area reduces unwanted movement of the club head when struck off center for a solid and controlled stroke.
  • Unlike conventional graphite shafts, Integra graphite shafts are filament wound, not table rolled. 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.
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Recommended Swing Speed (mph): 75-85 (A), 85-95 (R), 92-105 (S), 100-115 (X). 
  • Tip Trimming: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5".
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 69 g Mid
Wood R 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 69 g Mid
Wood S 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 72 g Mid
Wood X 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 73 g Mid
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Abney C
Jul 6, 2021
This is a great shaft at any price.
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Wyatt Rose
Jun 29, 2020
I bought the X-Stiff shaft and put it in an Integra Sooolong 3 Wood, I tipped it 0.5" and cut it to 43.5", which is the standard +0.5" and I am very happy with how this club hits the ball, the grip is a jumbo Tacki-Mac if anyone cares. I was hitting my 3 wood as far as my driver, but to be fair I'm having some issues with the driver not feeling right and am really thinking about putting this shaft in the driver too. The low torque shaft hits the ball nice and straight and I'm very happy with the shaft and how it feels. I don't know my current swing speed, but I hit my 8 iron about 150 yards, if that helps and use a steel stiff shaft in it.

Advantages: Great feel and strait hits, looks awesome.

Disadvantages: Your friends will hate you for making them look bad.
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Bill Charlton
Mar 31, 2019
Very nice shaft. Very low torque. Made an "A" flex driver for my wife who was a college athlete. We are in our mid 50's. She tends to hit the ball low. Combined with a 12 degree driver, this shaft performs perfectly for her.

Advantages: Low torque. Nice flex. Lightweight

Disadvantages: None known
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Description

Integra MOI Plus Graphite Wood Shafts

  • The new Integra MOI Plus shaft is a tip stable, high performance graphite shaft specifically designed for today's high Moment of Inertial wood heads. Attractive two-tone color scheme fading from blue to silver.
  • The MOI Plus is manufactured from super-high modulus carbon fibers made by Toray Japan, the same used in premium Japan made graphite shafts. Enjoy the technology at a fraction of the cost! 
  • The stable tip section with reduced torque in the tip area reduces unwanted movement of the club head when struck off center for a solid and controlled stroke.
  • Unlike conventional graphite shafts, Integra graphite shafts are filament wound, not table rolled. 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.
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Recommended Swing Speed (mph): 75-85 (A), 85-95 (R), 92-105 (S), 100-115 (X). 
  • Tip Trimming: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5".
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 69 g Mid
Wood R 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 69 g Mid
Wood S 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 72 g Mid
Wood X 3.0° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 73 g Mid
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3 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Abney C
Jul 6, 2021
This is a great shaft at any price.
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Wyatt Rose
Jun 29, 2020
I bought the X-Stiff shaft and put it in an Integra Sooolong 3 Wood, I tipped it 0.5" and cut it to 43.5", which is the standard +0.5" and I am very happy with how this club hits the ball, the grip is a jumbo Tacki-Mac if anyone cares. I was hitting my 3 wood as far as my driver, but to be fair I'm having some issues with the driver not feeling right and am really thinking about putting this shaft in the driver too. The low torque shaft hits the ball nice and straight and I'm very happy with the shaft and how it feels. I don't know my current swing speed, but I hit my 8 iron about 150 yards, if that helps and use a steel stiff shaft in it.

Advantages: Great feel and strait hits, looks awesome.

Disadvantages: Your friends will hate you for making them look bad.
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Bill Charlton
Mar 31, 2019
Very nice shaft. Very low torque. Made an "A" flex driver for my wife who was a college athlete. We are in our mid 50's. She tends to hit the ball low. Combined with a 12 degree driver, this shaft performs perfectly for her.

Advantages: Low torque. Nice flex. Lightweight

Disadvantages: None known
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