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Callaway uniflex shaft

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Has anyone played the Callaway x20/x22 with the stock 'uniflex' shaft. Any thoughts/feedback would be appreciated.
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Kind of lame they couldn't come up with a real shaft being one of the bigges golf companies.
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I've not played that model yet with the uniflex. The whole "uniflex" thing is so tired and played out. They have been using that for 10+ years. Of course you can custom order other shafts. But come on Callaway.
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bit confused...how do you have only one flex in a shaft?
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Has anyone played the Callaway x20/x22 with the stock 'uniflex' shaft. Any thoughts/feedback would be appreciated.

Basically to cut costs and increase/maintain profit margin, Callaway introduced the uniflex steel shaft which, ive been told is (yes you guessed it) halfway between a regular and stiff flex shafts with subtle step variations through the club.

ive actually never hit them. im of the belief that: if your good enough and can notice the flex, your probably looking at inserting a better shaft.
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[QUOTE=marpr;257423]Basically to cut costs and increase/maintain profit margin, Callaway introduced the uniflex steel shaft which, ive been told is (yes you guessed it) halfway between a regular and stiff flex shafts with subtle step variations through the club.

I'm pretty sure that a uniflex shaft would be between a ladies flex and regular flex.
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yes, but the x-22's are not ladies clubs! And what did you mean when you said that the uniflex shafts are stupid?
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