Syntec Ultra-65 Graphite Wood Shafts

 
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Syntec Ultra-65 Graphite Wood 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
  • Ultra light weight, high performance graphite shaft.
  • Made of 100% high-modulus carbon fibers.
  • Ultra light weight, low torque design.
  • Great for golfers with average swing speed and smooth to semi-aggressive transition seeking a high launch shaft with lower spin for optimal trajectory. The smooth, precise and stable feel will result in longer drives with maximum carry. This shaft is a perferct weight for both drivers and fairway woods.
  • Reliable brand name quality offered at very affordable prices.
  • Bend Point: Low-Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Recommended Swing Speed: L: 62 -  72mpg, A: 72 -  82mpg, R: 82 -  92mpg, S: 92 -  102mpg 
  • Tip Trimming:
    • L-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • A-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
    • R-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • S-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A/L 4.5° 0.335" 0.595" 46" 66 g Mid-High
Wood R/S 3.9° 0.335" 0.595" 46" 67 g Mid

 

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5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Dan
Mar 20, 2019
Used this shaft in regular flex to replace the stiff shaft in a Callaway driver I bought used. Compared it to a couple of other shafts i had fitted to other drivers I had on hand and found this shaft to be a perfectly acceptable option for my 80 mph swing speed. The filament winding was a comfort during assembly for a budget club builder without a spine finder. Plan on using the iron versions for some wedges next.

Advantages: Can't beat the price for a shaft this light. Graphics are bold but I like them

Disadvantages: None that I have noticed so far
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Rick
May 14, 2021
Great shaft. low torque. high launch.

Advantages: great price

Disadvantages: zero.....
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Tony Steele
Oct 6, 2021
Decent shaft for the price.

Advantages: quality at an affordable price

Disadvantages: none
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William Baute
Jul 9, 2021
High quality

Advantages: Excellent value!

Disadvantages: None
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Joel Johnson
Jun 26, 2021
The shaft is very affordable and of good quality. I had it installed (stiff flex) on an Acer mini thriver and club performance is better than with the original stiff shaft.

Advantages: Low cost

Disadvantages: None noted
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Asked by Gary Gourdeau on Mar 10, 2020
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Syntec Ultra 65 has 0.335 tip diameter. Any ferrule with a 0.335 inner diameter will do. A popular ferrule for drivers and fairway woods is FE-44, it is black, 0.5" high and inner diameter is 0.335
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Mar 10, 2020


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Asked by Richard on Nov 4, 2021
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#2 wood is 0.50" longer club length than #3 wood. i suggest tip trim 0.25" for R flex
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Nov 4, 2021


Description

Syntec Ultra-65 Graphite Wood 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
  • Ultra light weight, high performance graphite shaft.
  • Made of 100% high-modulus carbon fibers.
  • Ultra light weight, low torque design.
  • Great for golfers with average swing speed and smooth to semi-aggressive transition seeking a high launch shaft with lower spin for optimal trajectory. The smooth, precise and stable feel will result in longer drives with maximum carry. This shaft is a perferct weight for both drivers and fairway woods.
  • Reliable brand name quality offered at very affordable prices.
  • Bend Point: Low-Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Recommended Swing Speed: L: 62 -  72mpg, A: 72 -  82mpg, R: 82 -  92mpg, S: 92 -  102mpg 
  • Tip Trimming:
    • L-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • A-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
    • R-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • S-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A/L 4.5° 0.335" 0.595" 46" 66 g Mid-High
Wood R/S 3.9° 0.335" 0.595" 46" 67 g Mid

 

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7 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Dan
Mar 20, 2019
Used this shaft in regular flex to replace the stiff shaft in a Callaway driver I bought used. Compared it to a couple of other shafts i had fitted to other drivers I had on hand and found this shaft to be a perfectly acceptable option for my 80 mph swing speed. The filament winding was a comfort during assembly for a budget club builder without a spine finder. Plan on using the iron versions for some wedges next.

Advantages: Can't beat the price for a shaft this light. Graphics are bold but I like them

Disadvantages: None that I have noticed so far
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Rick
May 14, 2021
Great shaft. low torque. high launch.

Advantages: great price

Disadvantages: zero.....
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Tony Steele
Oct 6, 2021
Decent shaft for the price.

Advantages: quality at an affordable price

Disadvantages: none
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William Baute
Jul 9, 2021
High quality

Advantages: Excellent value!

Disadvantages: None
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Joel Johnson
Jun 26, 2021
The shaft is very affordable and of good quality. I had it installed (stiff flex) on an Acer mini thriver and club performance is better than with the original stiff shaft.

Advantages: Low cost

Disadvantages: None noted
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Product Q&A
Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
Q
Do you find this helpful? YES NO
Asked by Gary Gourdeau on Mar 10, 2020
A
Syntec Ultra 65 has 0.335 tip diameter. Any ferrule with a 0.335 inner diameter will do. A popular ferrule for drivers and fairway woods is FE-44, it is black, 0.5" high and inner diameter is 0.335
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Mar 10, 2020


Q
Do you find this helpful? YES NO
Asked by Richard on Nov 4, 2021
A
#2 wood is 0.50" longer club length than #3 wood. i suggest tip trim 0.25" for R flex
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Nov 4, 2021