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Project X Even Flow Golf Shafts Now Available

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Project X Even Flow golf shafts launched Monday, September 18, 2017!  If you loved the Hand Crafted LZ (loading zone) shafts and went crazy over the HZRDUS shafts, you will love the feel and performance of the new Even Flow shafts.  We just received our initial shipment for testing and will report our results next week.

The design of the Project X Even Flow creates a smoother feeling mid section of the golf shaft while enhancing performance.  This was done by the Project X engineers by keeping the same materials for performance, but changing the actual design profile to create a better feel (flatter Elasticity Index) than the Project X HZRDUS.

The Project X Even Flow golf shafts come in two models:  The Project X Even Flow Black is a mid to low launch, mid to low spin model while the Project X Even Flow Blue is a mid to high launch, mid to high spin design.

The Project X Even Flow Black comes in 65, 75 and 85 gram in wood shafts and 85 gram in a hybrid shaft.  The stiffer flexes in each model have lower torque which give the 5.5 flex a softer feel at impact than the 6.5 flex, for example.  The flex designations are 5.5 (Strong Regular), 6.0 (Stiff) and 6.5 (Extra Stiff).

The Project X Even Flow Blue also comes in 65, 75 and 85 gram wood shafts and an 85 gram hybrid shaft.  The Project X Even Flow Blue has a slightly higher torque rating than the Project X Even Flow Black giving it a softer feel at impact.

We anticipate the Project X Even Flow Black to be a great shaft for drivers and the Project X Even Flow Blue to work well in fairway woods and hybrids for average swing speeds and launch angles.  Of course, the only way to know for sure which Project X Even Flow works for you is to go through a fitting to at one of our fitting studios or use our Fitting Wizard to see which one fits YOUR swing dynamics.

Dan Sueltz

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