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    Apollo Acculite 75 Steel Iron Golf Shafts
    Model: APMACL75

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Apollo Acculite 75 Steel - Iron R
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Apollo Acculite 75 Steel - Iron S
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The new Acculite 75 represents the latest in sub ultra-lightweight technology. This is a full 10 grams lighter than the Acculite 85 and geared more toward those who have a smoother tempo to produce the greatest club head speed possible with a steel shaft. The Acculite 75 is the perfect alternative to graphite in terms of weight, yet produces the consistency long associated with steel shafts.

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    • From Captain Hook at 2/5/2013 5:01 PM
      • Can this shaft be trimmed to make the tip stiffer and reduce shot height?
      • Captain Hook,

        There is ample parallel tip length to trim additionally - assuming you have enough on the other end for your target length. However, the amount of additional trimming will only slightly reduce ball flight as the shaft is a very high launching shaft.
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    • From Harry at 4/29/2013 6:13 AM
      • Can I trim the tip less than standard and make the R flex an M or Senior flex?
      • Harry,

        Yes you could, but you may find that these shaft run softer than any other R-flex on the market. I might suggest shafting your longest iron first. If it is too stiff, you can take it out (of let's say a 4-iron) and put it in 5 iron or 6 iron which is essentially taking less off of the tip.
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    • From Mike Bowen at 3/10/2015 3:43 PM
      • I've been reading the reviews on these. Seems as though they play just a touch soft and guys are trimming them just a bit stiffer than recommended. If I am looking for a standard Regular flex shaft, would the stiff shaft trimmed to specs play about the same as a standard regular flex?

      • Mike,

        One must realize when a shaft is this lightweight, there is less material to resist deflection so they will naturally be more flexible and higher launching than their heavier counterparts. If you look at frequency alone, then yes, the S-flex would be closer to some other lightweight R-flex shafts.
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    • From Mac at 9/4/2015 1:54 PM
      • With the Acculite 75 S-flex shafts, if I tip trim an extra 1.5" in addition to 1H18 recommendations, will I end up close to same as R-flex or soft R-subflex Apollo stepped standard shaft? For example, if I tip trim a 40" Acculite shaft 2.5" for a 4 iron I want about 38.5" overall length, will I end up with a flex close to R-flexed or soft R-flex Apollo stepped standard shaft? I understand shaft will still launch high. I want to use up some Acculite 75 S-flex shafts I now have!


      • Mac,

        You will increase the frequency close to 10 cpm. Will it have the same frequency as Standard Stepped R-flex? No, but it will make it stiffer and slightly lower launching than trimming as normal.
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    Model # Weight Flex Torque Butt Diameter Tip Diameter Raw Length Ball Flight Parallel Tip Trim Code UPC
    APMACL75-001-IR 82 R   0.595 in 0.370" Parallel 40 in High 11 in IH18 852674727529
    APMACL75-001-IS 85 S   0.595 in 0.370" Parallel 40 in High 9 in IH18 852674727536
    Shipping Length (inches) Shipping Width (inches) Shipping Height (inches) Shipping Weight (pounds)
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