New Graphite Design Tour AD IZ shafts now available at Hodson Golf

We are excited to have just added the new Tour AD IZ shafts to our fitting mix. For those of you who love the Orange Tour AD DI with it’s High-launch Mid-Spin properties, you will love this new one. This bad boy incorporates some cutting edge material (including  50 ton carbon pre-peg) to give you even better performance (lower spin). Contact us today to compare test this shaft on the LM to see the increased performance this shaft provides.

Brand new for the 2018 season, Graphite Design introduces the latest in the Tour AD premium line
of golf shafts, the Graphite Design Tour AD IZ – “ Into the Zone” . Designed and manufactured at the
Graphite Design Japan factory headquarters, the new Tour AD IZ wood shaft has a very stealthy
look to it in black with white/orange accents and a sleek new matte finish. The Tour AD IZ shafts
are available in 40g R2, R1 and S flex, 50g R2, R1 and S flex, 60g SR, S and X flex, 70g S and X flex and
80g S and X flex. Additionally, Graphite Design will offer a 50 gram X Flex within the IZ model line-
up for the first time.

The Tour AD IZ , like all of the premium Tour AD wood shafts, utilizes premium, aerospace quality
50t carbon-fiber materials in order to deliver the best feeling and performing shaft available to

The new Tour AD IZ shaft has a firm stiffness starting at the handle, and medium center section and
a firm+ tip profile to promote a high launch angle and low ball spin rates. The new Tour AD IZ also
utilizes TORAYCA ® T1100G carbon-fiber pre-preg with NANOALLOY ® technology in the tip section
of the shaft for additional shaft stability, exceptional feel and precise ball control.

Features & Technology:

  • TORAYCA ® T1100G carbon-fiber pre-preg with NANOALLOY ® technology for increased stability in the mid to tip region and unsurpassed feel.
  • 50 ton ultra-premium, high modulus, aerospace quality carbon fiber materials.
  • Graphite Design proprietary Material Stiffness Integration (MSI) design philosophy and technology.