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2017 Ozik MFS5 X5 White Tie Shaft 60 Stiff

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**SOLD**

 

 

 

Ozik Matrix MFS5 X5 White Tie Shaft 60 Stiff

 

This is the 2017, just released version, of the White Tie shaft. Just not right for my swing. Retails for $290. Designed for high launch, low spin.

 

Specs:

 

Weight grams: 65

Torque: 4.1

Shaft is cut to make overall driver length 44.5 to 45.25, depending on club

Actual shaft length 43.25. 

New white Golf Pride Tour Wrap grip. 

 

$150 . PayPal only, includes shipping.

 

Thanks! Good luck, hope it finds a good home.

 

you can email me directly at surfandturfdan@gmail.com if questions

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How desperate are you to get rid of it?  Take $100 for it? 

 

BTW ... what tip is on it? 

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No tip included. Was on an M1. The $125 is pretty good, but not desperate. Just wanted to give someone a good deal on this.

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