Project X Denali Blue 60TX Shaft Review – Specs, Flex, Weight
The Project X Denali Blue 60TX is billed as the mid-spin and mid-launch entry into the new line which consists of two shafts: the Denali Blue and the Denali Black.
Today we will be taking a close look at the Project X Denali Blue 60TX specifically. How did it fare during testing? Read on to find out!
Project X Denali Blue 60TX Shaft Overview
Project X states that the new Denali line is the culmination of exhaustive collaboration between their tour and engineering teams.
The goal was smooth transition in any swing condition. And I must say, the Project X Denali Blue 60TX delivers.
Even as a tour extra stiff shaft, the Project X Denali Blue 60TX didn’t feel boardy. Instead, it felt smooth even when I stood on it.
I can describe the feel of the Project X Denali Blue 60TX shaft as moderate.
There is a moderate action that can be felt through the transition. And the grip section feels moderately stiff as well while letting up a bit in the tip section.
The result is a moderate kick that really flows with your swing and seems to accelerate the club head through the ball.
And I really liked the looks of the Project X Denali Blue 60TX shaft.
Just under the grip are white/silver “snow-like” graphics that are representative of the snow capped mountains of the denali.
This gives way to a solid, midnight blue color in the mid and tip sections.
They gave the Project X Denali Blue 60TX a metallic finish that looks really impressive up close.
Why is the Project X Denali Blue 60TX So Popular?
The Project X Denali Blue 60TX will be a favorite among fast swing speed players who want a shaft that can keep up with their swing; but one that feels smooth as well.
It offers a good blend of stability and smoothness that’s hard to capture.