Project X’s T1100 is currently one of the hottest shafts on the PGA Tour, as well the newest member of the company’s HZRDUS graphite shaft family — and starting today it’s available at a custom club fitter near year.
Project X’s Don Brown describes the T1100 shaft as “the ultimate spin killer for players with the most aggressive tempo.” The shafts get their name from the T1100G fiber used in their construction. Brown calls T1100G “the strongest fiber available,” and it’s used to create a stiff bend profile throughout each shaft that encourages a low-launching, low-spinning trajectory.
All T1100 shaft are handcrafted in the company’s R&D facility in San Diego with a counter-balanced design that allows golfers to add more club length or head weight to improve ball speed. They use what Project X calls an “ultra-premium brilliant, high reflective finish” that takes four days to apply.
Dustin Johnson, winner of this week’s Genesis Open and the No. 1-ranked golfer in the Official World Golf Rankings, is currently using a tour-only, 95-gram version of the HZRDUS T1100 shaft in his 3 wood (See DJ’s full WITB).
The HZRDUS T1100 ($450 each) is currently available in two weights (65 and 75 grams) and three flexes: 5.5, 6.0 and 6.5.