Syntec Accuforce 60 Light Weight Graphite Iron Shaft

 
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PA-1260-I
Price: $10.50
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Iron A/L Flex
PA-1260-IAL
$10.50 In Stock
Iron R/S Flex
PA-1260-IRS
$10.50 In Stock
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Syntec Accuforce 60 Light Weight Graphite Iron Shaft

  • Finally, a super light weight iron shaft at a value price.
  • Filament wound construction eliminates spline and offers high consistency around the circumference of the shaft.
  • Designed for players with a smoother tempo looking at improved trajectory and distance.
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Tip Trimming:
    • L-Flex: #3I 0.5"; #4I 0.75"; #5I 1"; #6I 1.25"; #7I 1.5"; #8I 1.75"; #9I 2"; W 2.25"
    • A-Flex: #3I 1.5"; #4I 1.75"; #5I 2"; #6I 2.25"; #7I 2.5"; #8I 2.75"; #9I 3"; W 3.25"
    • R-Flex: #3I 0.5"; #4I 0.75"; #5I 1"; #6I 1.25"; #7I 1.5"; #8I 1.75"; #9I 2"; W 2.25"
    • S-Flex: #3I 1.5"; #4I 1.75"; #5I 2"; #6I 2.25"; #7I 2.5"; #8I 2.75"; #9I 3"; W 3.25"

 

Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Iron A/L 4.5° 0.370" 0.582" 41" 63 g Mid
Iron R/S 4.3° 0.370" 0.590" 41" 63 g Mid
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3 Review(s)  



3 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Jim Walters
Aug 7, 2017
I've used this shaft A flex 60g in hybrids for the last year. Shaft has a great feel and easy to hit.

Advantages: Good price and filament wound and no
splining necessary.

Disadvantages: None
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Raghuveer Shikaripur
May 5, 2015
I just love this shaft. I have built a whole set of irons using this shaft. I just love the way they play.
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Jim T
Nov 28, 2012
I wanted to try very flexible shafts to see if a responsive tip would compensate some for my slowing swing speed. I installed these in the Acer XF HT iron heads. The combination proved beneficial. Video revealed the shafts loading a lot more during the downswing and releasing a lot more through the hitting area compared to both regular and stiff shafts in my other irons. On a frequency meter, the shafts behaved like much more expensive shafts. It was difficult to find the seams suggesting a well balanced construction.

Advantages: Inexpensive, solid, and light iron shafts.

Disadvantages: None.
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the tip trim is available online at the product page of Acculite 60 graphite iron shafts if you open the tab "Specification". the shaft is a combo flex, either A/L or R/S. Lady is softer than A flex, R flex is softer than Stiff flex. for #9 iron 2" tip trim for the softer flex, 3" tip trim for the stiffer flex.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jun 23, 2019


Description

Syntec Accuforce 60 Light Weight Graphite Iron Shaft

  • Finally, a super light weight iron shaft at a value price.
  • Filament wound construction eliminates spline and offers high consistency around the circumference of the shaft.
  • Designed for players with a smoother tempo looking at improved trajectory and distance.
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Tip Trimming:
    • L-Flex: #3I 0.5"; #4I 0.75"; #5I 1"; #6I 1.25"; #7I 1.5"; #8I 1.75"; #9I 2"; W 2.25"
    • A-Flex: #3I 1.5"; #4I 1.75"; #5I 2"; #6I 2.25"; #7I 2.5"; #8I 2.75"; #9I 3"; W 3.25"
    • R-Flex: #3I 0.5"; #4I 0.75"; #5I 1"; #6I 1.25"; #7I 1.5"; #8I 1.75"; #9I 2"; W 2.25"
    • S-Flex: #3I 1.5"; #4I 1.75"; #5I 2"; #6I 2.25"; #7I 2.5"; #8I 2.75"; #9I 3"; W 3.25"

 

Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Iron A/L 4.5° 0.370" 0.582" 41" 63 g Mid
Iron R/S 4.3° 0.370" 0.590" 41" 63 g Mid
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3 Review(s)  



3 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Jim Walters
Aug 7, 2017
I've used this shaft A flex 60g in hybrids for the last year. Shaft has a great feel and easy to hit.

Advantages: Good price and filament wound and no
splining necessary.

Disadvantages: None
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Raghuveer Shikaripur
May 5, 2015
I just love this shaft. I have built a whole set of irons using this shaft. I just love the way they play.
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Jim T
Nov 28, 2012
I wanted to try very flexible shafts to see if a responsive tip would compensate some for my slowing swing speed. I installed these in the Acer XF HT iron heads. The combination proved beneficial. Video revealed the shafts loading a lot more during the downswing and releasing a lot more through the hitting area compared to both regular and stiff shafts in my other irons. On a frequency meter, the shafts behaved like much more expensive shafts. It was difficult to find the seams suggesting a well balanced construction.

Advantages: Inexpensive, solid, and light iron shafts.

Disadvantages: None.
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Product Q&A
Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
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the tip trim is available online at the product page of Acculite 60 graphite iron shafts if you open the tab "Specification". the shaft is a combo flex, either A/L or R/S. Lady is softer than A flex, R flex is softer than Stiff flex. for #9 iron 2" tip trim for the softer flex, 3" tip trim for the stiffer flex.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jun 23, 2019