MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Jan. 10, 2014) -- Three of the top five finishers at the PGA Tour Hyundai Tournament of Champions had Project X shafts in their bag.
With Project X 6.0 in his irons and wedges, the 2nd place finisher was only one stroke away from being the youngest player to win the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. One of the players tied for 3rd place had Project X 6.5 in his irons and pitching wedge, while the 5th place finisher played PXi 6.5 in his irons and pitching wedge.
Project X features longer taper rates that result in more energy transfer to the ball, getting the ball up faster and flattening out quicker for a penetrating trajectory and ball flight.
PXi's lighter weight produces greater distance and improved feel through an optimized butt to tip stiffness calibration. Both shafts boast Tour-caliber spin control and tip stability, all in a lightweight package.