Project X Catalyst Black Graphite Iron Shaft (.370" Tip)
Featuring the new Iso-6 material technology, the Project X Catalyst Black .370 Graphite Iron Shaft is engineered to replicate steel alloy properties over 100% better than traditional graphite laminates. This allows for an extremely stable shaft that maximizes consistency and distance control while providing the benefits of a graphite body design. A reinforced tip section also delivers torsional resistance comparable to that of steel—improving stability during turf interaction for better impact on less than perfect shots.
- Iso-6 material technology, engineered to replicate steel alloy properties 100% better than traditional graphite laminates
- Reinforced tip section delivers torsional resistance comparable to steel – improving stability through impact, even on less than perfect strikes
- Designed to be extremely consistent from shaft to shaft, providing stability and distance control
- Brand : Project X
- Web ID: 19ORYUPRJXCTLYST6SHF
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