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Lightest shaft available?

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Noticed that many of the OEM´s have stock shafts in Japan that are 30-40grams. Are any of these super light shafts available to buy, and which is the lightest?

I´m looking for feather weighted shafts to build drivers for seniors. Might work to have a super light shaft, and light grip=lighter club with same swingweight=more clubhead speed for senior golfers.

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You've got quite a few choices.

Bassara Falcon F43 is 46g in Lite flex (senior) 48g in R Flex

Bassara Hawk H43 is 47 and 48g for the quicker transition and tempo

Fujikura Rombax 4X07 is available in R3 R2 and R weighing 45, 47 and 48g

Graphite Design SL-4 is available in RR1 (senior) and weighs 47g

Axiv 4048 is Senior flex and 43g

and there are a few others.

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Do you have the prices on those shafts?

Can I tip them a bit to make them stiffer if I´m going to have the playing length at 45 or shorter? How much would they stiffen by tiping?

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Do you have the prices on those shafts?

Can I tip them a bit to make them stiffer if I´m going to have the playing length at 45 or shorter? How much would they stiffen by tiping?

Well they are available in stiffer flexes at those weights as well.. I just put the softest flexes. The Bassara's are in the shop... as well as the Axiv, the others I'll add. (^_^)

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