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Accra Tour Z RPG & TZ RPG Tour Shaft Review

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The new Tour Z RPG and Tour Z RPG Tour shafts from Accra offer players and club builders a unique array of options.  Steady progression of feel across the three shafts.  Strong performers.

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Introduction

If you’re tired of the overheated hype around so many golf products, you’re a ready-made fan of Accra.  Accra rarely advertises.  The names of their products often feel coded, eschewing flashy names for simple alphanumeric designations.  Yet among the best club builders and players in the world, the Accra brand is accorded huge respect because their shafts deliver.  I tested their new Tour Z RPG shafts so you can be in the know the next time you head to your fitter.

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The Accra Tour Z RPG shafts are a perfect fit for an Olympic year.  Silver is the base color for the standard Tour Z RPG, and the Tour Z RPG Tour is a rich gold.  Both versions keep things clean with only black and white graphics on top of the base.  One interesting distinction between the two versions of the Tour Z RPG is that the LBP (Low Balance Point) is nearly 50/50 black and silver.  The HBP (High Balance Point) is almost entirely silver.

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Graphics on these Accra shafts are bold and straightforward .  There is no “logo down” orientation, but the Accra branding is more prominent on one side, much more subtle on the other.  The “subtle side” is shown above.

Overall, I like the look of the Accra Tour Z RPG, but I love the Tour Z RPG Tour.  Just as in the Olympics, gold is a rare find in the shaft world, and it stands out in a good way .

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Let’s start with the two versions of the Tour Z RPG, the Low Balance Point and High Balance Point .  The first thing to know is that these two shafts are not dramatically different in weight – Accra told me that the swing weight difference is only about one point .  This stands in contrast to many counter balanced shafts which aim to significantly lower the swing weight.

Accra recommended that I build the LBP and HBP to the same swing weight for testing.  In an effort to be comprehensive, I did that and also tested them without any head weight adjustments.

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I found that the three Tour Z RPG shafts share a common bend point but each has a different level of action in the swing.  The Tour Z RPG HBP felt the most active to me, whether it had a standard or heavier driver head.  Just below the grip, I could sense the shaft load and kick.  The HBP also had a softer feeling from the mid section through the tip.  It wasn’t active or wobbly, but it wasn’t stout either.

The other end of the spectrum is the Tour Z RPG Tour.  This shaft has a small kick below the grip that didn’t seem to change whether I swung easily or all out.  From the mid section to the tip, the Tour version felt very strong.

Accra’s Tour Z RPG LBP was that Goldilocks sweet spot between the other two .  There was a little more kick below the grip than in the Tour version, and the lower two thirds of the shaft felt just stable enough.

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Performance

A quick note for the number crunchers.  All of the data in this review was gathered during the same sessions, so it can be compared apples to apples.  That said, the numbers don’t tell the entire story of how these shafts worked for me.

I’m going to discuss the performance of the Accra TZ RPG shafts in ascending order of how well they worked for me.  Despite being largely identical in terms of specs to the LBP, the Tour Z RPG HBP was the bronze medalist of this group.  While I enjoyed the active feel of the butt section, I found it too unpredictable for my aggressive transition.  When I timed this shaft well, the ball went forever on a beautiful trajectory.  Unfortunately, those drives were sprinkled among many pushes and pulls.

The Tour Z RPG LBP was significantly more consistent for me.   I didn’t feel a need to time anything or hold back; I could swing naturally a typically get a very nice result.  The ball launched in a great window and bored through the wind.

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When I got to the Tour Z RPG Tour , I knew I had found my gold medalist .  This shaft gave me just enough kick with all the stability I need to be confident on the tee.  Even with an aggressive transition, my swing speed is on the low end of what this shaft is built for.  As a result, my spin was quite low.  I prefer lower spin and can live with the occasional knuckle ball.  Players who want to shape their tee shots may prefer the non-Tour versions.  Personally, I was very happy hitting drives that rarely moved off their start line.

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It should be emphasized that, as always, these are only my experiences.  Other players will have the exact opposite order of preference.  Still others will find the TZ RPG LBP to be a perfect middle ground.  The key is always to get fit to find what works for your swing. 

The Accra Tour Z RPG shaft comes in three weights – 352, 362, and 372 – translating roughly to 50, 60, and 70 grams.  The 352 is offered in M3 and M4 flexes, approximately regular and stiff.  The 362 comes in M4 and M5, and the heaviest model, 372, only comes in M5.  Each weight and flex is offered in High and Low balance point .  Accra’s Tour Z RPG Tour comes in 462 and 472 at 67 and 75 grams, both in M5+ flex only.

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With the new TZ RPG shafts, Accra has given club fitters the ability to dial in the precise feel and performance that golfers want.  Whether you want a more active feel or a shaft that can stand up to your most aggressive moves, you can find it in this new line.

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Nice article, can you check the Accra I70 series? Thanks

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Thank you. I will talk with Matt Meeker about the i70, as he’s the one playing an iron shaft closest to that weight.

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Great review. I’m going to assume this shaft won’t replace your current Tensei 1K.

You’re correct, I’m very happy with the Tensei 1K right now.

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Those are some good numbers Matt with the tour Z rpg . I would love to hit fit in there iron shafts. They are something special I bet . Thanks again Matt for another quality review.

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I have the older tour z rpg 472 m5+ do you know how they differ?

I don’t have enough experience with the previous RPG to say definitively.

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Hey mate, love your reviews. Was just wondering what head are you using in all of your testing? Cheers

Thank you. I use a PING G425 Max.

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Thanks for the article! I haven’t been able to find an EI curve on these shafts. Sounds like the HBP and Tour sounds like a “black” profile and the LBP is more of a “blue” profile. Would this be accurate?

I don’t think the difference is quite that dramatic, but that’s just my feel/opinion.

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Huge fan of your reviews, thanks!!

Any idea how the Tour Z RPG Tour compares to the previous version- ACCRA TOUR Z 400 RPG.

I am in debate between a Tensei White, a Hzrdus 6.5 and the ACCRA TOUR Z 400 RPG M5+:, haven’t hit any of them but swing speed is about 117mph and currently too strong for my Hzrdus 6.0 62g.

Any feedback welcome.

Regards Ryan

I have not tested the 400 RPG, so I can’t offer a comparison. My best advice is to get a fitting to try the shafts you’re interested in. Buy to try is a very expensive process.

Thanks Matt!

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Hit all 3 today and couldn’t agree more. The HBP felt more active then the other 2. The LBP probably felt a little more stable to me than the Tour though numbers wise they were very close. Between those 2 the LA Golf Tour AXS Blue and my current SpeederTR 757 I was splitting hairs. Great read and great shafts!

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How was the dispersion with the golf tour version, I play the Diamana d+ td so I’m trying to see if rpg would be a better upgrade.

The only way to know if it would be an upgrade for you is to get a fitting.

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Accra Tour Z RPG Shaft Review

Introduction.

The 2024 Accra Tour Z RPG is a high-performance golf shaft that is designed for players who are looking for maximum distance and control. The shaft features a unique blend of materials and construction techniques that provide a combination of stability, power, and feel.

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Additional Information

In addition to the Tour Z RPG and Tour Z RPG Tour, Accra also offers a number of other shafts in the Tour Z series. These include the Tour Z, Tour Z Black, and Tour Z Blue. Each shaft is designed for a specific type of golfer, so it is important to consult with a club fitter to find the right one for you.

Model Breakdown

The Tour Z RPG is available in two models: the Tour Z RPG and the Tour Z RPG Tour. The Tour Z RPG is the more forgiving model, while the Tour Z RPG Tour is designed for players with a higher swing speed.

Sure, here is a more detailed breakdown of the two models of the Accra Tour Z RPG shaft:

The Tour Z RPG is the more forgiving model of the two. It is designed for players with a slower swing speed or who are looking for a shaft that will help them hit the ball more consistently. The Tour Z RPG is available in the following weights and flexes:

  • 352: M3 (Regular)
  • 362: M4 (Stiff)
  • 372: M5 (X-Stiff)

The Tour Z RPG has a low balance point, which helps to promote a higher launch angle and lower spin. This makes it a good choice for players who are looking for more distance and forgiveness.

Tour Z RPG Tour

The Tour Z RPG Tour is designed for players with a higher swing speed. It is stiffer than the Tour Z RPG and offers more stability and power. The Tour Z RPG Tour is available in the following weights and flexes:

  • 462: M5+ (Stiff)
  • 472: M5+ (X-Stiff)

The Tour Z RPG Tour has a high balance point, which helps to promote a lower launch angle and more spin. This makes it a good choice for players who are looking for more control and accuracy.

Which Model is Right for You?

The best way to determine which model of the Accra Tour Z RPG is right for you is to consult with a club fitter. They can assess your swing speed and playing style and help you choose the shaft that will give you the best results.

Here are some additional factors to consider when choosing between the Tour Z RPG and Tour Z RPG Tour:

  • Swing speed: The Tour Z RPG Tour is designed for players with a higher swing speed. If you have a swing speed of 105 mph or more, then the Tour Z RPG Tour is a good option for you.
  • Playing style: The Tour Z RPG is more forgiving than the Tour Z RPG Tour. If you are looking for a shaft that will help you hit the ball more consistently, then the Tour Z RPG is a good choice.
  • Desired results: The Tour Z RPG Tour promotes a lower launch angle and more spin. If you are looking for more control and accuracy, then the Tour Z RPG Tour is a good choice.

Ultimately, the best way to choose the right model of the Accra Tour Z RPG is to try both shafts and see which one you prefer.

The Tour Z RPG features a number of innovative technologies that contribute to its performance. These include:

  • A five-directional ultra-lightweight weave that provides stability and increases the rate of recovery.
  • Multiple layers of high modulus composite materials that provide strength and feel.
  • A low resin to graphite ratio that results in a lightweight and responsive shaft.

The Tour Z RPG is available in a variety of weights and flexes to fit golfers of all swing speeds. The following are the standard specs:

  • Weight: 50-65 grams
  • Flex: R, S, X

Pros & Cons

  • Long and consistent distance
  • High launch angle with low spin
  • Stable and forgiving
  • Smooth and effortless feel
  • Can be too stiff for some players

Actual Player/User Comments

Here are some  comments from actual players who have used the Tour Z RPG shaft:

“This shaft is amazing! I’m hitting my drives longer and straighter than ever before.” “The Tour Z RPG is the most stable shaft I’ve ever used. I can really trust it on off-center hits.” “The Tour Z RPG feels so smooth and effortless. It’s like the club is just an extension of my arm.”

The 2024 Accra Tour Z RPG is a high-performance golf shaft that is designed for players who are looking for maximum distance and control. The shaft features a unique blend of materials and construction techniques that provide a combination of stability, power, and feel. If you are a player who is looking for a shaft that can help you hit longer and straighter drives, then the Tour Z RPG is a great option to consider.

Overall, the Accra Tour Z RPG is a great option for players who are looking for a high-performance golf shaft that can help them hit longer and straighter drives. The shaft is stable, powerful, and smooth, and it is available in a variety of weights and flexes to fit golfers of all swing speeds. If you are serious about your golf game, then the Tour Z RPG is a shaft that you should consider.

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Accra Tour Z RPG Series

The Tour Z RPG is ACCRA’s most technologically advanced golf shaft ever. The new RPG shaft joins the Tour Z family of shafts as a standalone product designed for Tour yet playable for a wide variety of golfers. The Tour Z RPG is available in two designs and several distinct weights, yet all feature a similar profile that promotes maximum energy transfer. The smooth transition from an extremely stable butt section to a responsive tip section is unique due to the addition of its radial strength and resistance to ovaling. The Tour Z RPG features 9 of the most advanced composite materials using less resin content of any shaft that ACCRA has ever developed. ACCRA has incorporated only Aerospace grade prepreg from Toray Japan to ensure the perfect symmetry of strength and power. Making the Tour Z RPG the smoothest feeling, maximum stability shaft in the industry. Along with the high modulus materials a 360-degree quad weave that stretches the entire length of the shaft has been incorporated to maximize torsional strength and increase the speed in which the shaft recovers. The Tour Z RPG enables golfers to control launch and spin while increasing clubhead speed through its higher CG design and material difference.

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The ACCRA RPG Series Begins with a unique design that enhances energy transfer more than any previous shaft that ACCRA has developed.

The TZ RPG utilizes the finest materials from Toray Japan including a new five directional ultra-light weight weave that runs the entire length of the shaft to add stability and increase the rate of recovery. This weave is combined with multiple layers of the most advanced aerospace grade, high modulus composite materials with the lowest resin to graphite ratio we have ever achieved. This results in a shaft that exceeds expectations of strength and smooth “feel”.

The butt section is specifically designed to promote “feel” and accentuate a golfers ability to load the club. Combine this with a mid and tip section that enhances torsional stability and a higher rate of recovery than we have ever attained previously creating a revolutionary shaft.

Once ACCRA developed this amazing shaft, we took it one step further. Always thinking of creating options for professional club fitters, ACCRA isolated the balance point as an integral component to fitting a golf shaft. Within the RPG line every weight and flex option there is also and option with a high and low balance point.

This takes fitting and building a club to a new level!!

Many companies offer “Counter Balanced” shafts, but the profile of that shaft never matches other premium shafts. Only ACCRA offers 2 versions of the same shaft – all specifications remain the same…..just the balance point changes.

Once again, ACCRA pushes the boundaries of professional custom fitting.

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Accra Shaft Flex Chart

Accra Shaft has gained a lot of praise in the performance shaft upgrade and replacement market, especially with the release of their latest TZ5 and TZ6 lines. However, many golfers have problems choosing suitable flex options with the aid of the company’s fitting chart. Most shaft models are available in M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, and M5s flex options, representing Ladies, Regular, Stiff, and Extra Stiff, respectively.

The fitting mechanism of the Accra takes on the style of M ratings, similar to the Mitsubishi Grand Bassaras.

Unlike the standard flex rating currently misused in the industry, this M rating for flex represents the flex options Accra provides for its shaft chronologically, from Ladies to Extra stiff.

Some beginner golfers told me they went for fitting and were fitted for an AC by Accra shaft. While most of these new golfers trust their fitters, I often sense that they aren’t confident that it will be a good fit for them due to the difficulty in interpreting the flex chart on the Accra website.

You hear about Accra. You want to try out a shaft but aren’t sure how the flex chart works. This article will explain what the details on the chart mean and how you can use them to make an informed decision on choosing the flex option for your next Accra shaft.

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  • 1.1 The Accra M3 (Regular Flex) Shafts
  • 1.2 The Accra M4 (Stiff Flex) Shafts
  • 1.3 The Acura M5s (Extra Stiff Flex) Shafts
  • 2 Concluding thoughts

Understanding the Accra Shaft Flex Chart For Fitting

The image below is the Accra fitting chart for their Fx 3.0 SRT, I Series, Fx 3.0 100, Fx 3.0 200, Fx 3.0 300, TZ6, TZ5, Tour Z RPG HBP & LBP, and Tour Z RPG Tour shafts.

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In the chart above, you have swing speeds ranging from less than 65 mph to as high as 120 mph and driver distances ranging from less than 155 to over 300. To find the right Accra shaft flex for you, using this chart, match your current swing speed category and your approximated driver distance range against the particular Accra shaft you intend to buy.

Whatever flexible option is central to these factors will work well for you. The flex options are Senior , Ladies, Regular, Stiff, and Extra Stiff, representing my M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, and M5s, respectively.

Each flex is designed to suit different swing speeds and player characteristics.

The Accra M3 (Regular Flex) Shafts

Like every regular flex shaft from manufacturers, the Accra shafts with M3 flex options are more flexible and tend to bend more during your swing.

This is a solid option for you if you have slower swing speeds, say, below 90 mph, with the driver. Also, if you have a smooth, leisurely tempo and a more effortless swing, the M3 flex option works well.

At fitting exercises, many beginners and higher handicap players would mostly be fitted with the Accra M3 since they offer practical forgiveness on the greens.

The Accra M4 (Stiff Flex) Shafts

Accra shafts with the M4 flex configuration are less flexible than the M3s. So when you handle this shaft, you tend to use more force to bend it during the swing.

With this understanding, you don’t want to choose M4 flex shafts if you don’t have moderate to fast swing speeds (around 90–105 mph with the driver).

It’s a perfect fit when you have an aggressive swing and can generate higher clubhead speeds. The M4 is ideal if you desire control and accuracy.

For example, the Accra TZ6 shaft appeals to the average golfer in the M3 and M4 flexes as a mid- or high-launching driver shaft with its active tip section that controls spin and adds power.

The Acura M5s (Extra Stiff Flex) Shafts

The extra-stiff flex shafts are the least flexible and require even more force to bend during the swing. Accra recommends it for players with fast swing speeds.

The bottom line is that the ideal flex option depends on your swing speed, tempo, and ball flight tendencies.

With the help of a professional club fitter, you can Accurately assess your swing characteristics and select the most appropriate flex for your game.

Accra states on its website, “ The charts and graphs provided by any golf manufacturer are only guidelines concerning fitting. 

“The only way to properly ensure that a shaft/head combination is truly the best fit for your swing is to have it analyzed by a professional club fitter .”

I like how Jake and Brad from Accra debunked a lot of misconceptions on Club Champion about Accra M-rated flex shafts and how they can only affect the game by little differences.

Concluding thoughts

Accra graphite shafts have been in the industry for years. The flex chart could serve as a guide if you decide what flex options to choose.

However, some people think that when you use softer shafts (M1, M3), they tend to veer to the right, while others believe they tend to hook and go to the left. The reality is that there’s no industry standard for shaft flex.

An Accra shaft with M3 (regular) on it might play a little softer or stiffer than advertised. So, the best you can do is get a professional fitting.

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The ACCRA TZ RPG Tour, takes the technology used to win the 2019 US Open and takes it to a new level of performance. What would make a US Open Champion switch from a great shaft that he had so much success with…….make it even better!

RPG Tour is Engineered to provide maximum performance for those that need it most. Designed for those with high club head speeds and looking for the ultimate combination of stability, power and feel.

Dubbed “RPG Gold” as it truly ranks as the gold standard of golf shafts, emphasizing quality, tight tolerances and exceptional performance.

The TZ RPG Tour features 10 of the most advanced composite materials using less resin content of any shaft that ACCRA has ever developed. The increased Composite material ratio by incorporated only Aerospace grade prepreg from Toray Japan ensures perfect symmetry, strength and power. Making the Tour Z RPG the smoothest feeling, ridiculously stability shaft in the industry.

Along with the high modulus materials a 360-degree 5 directional weave that stretches the entire length of the shaft has been incorporated to maximize torsional strength and increase the speed in which the shaft recovers.

ACCRA looked at the needs of PGA Tour players and discerning golfers given the playability of the latest driver and fairway wood heads. The TZ RPG Tour enables the world’s strongest golfers to control launch and spin while increasing clubhead speed through its unique design and material difference.

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I was wondering if anyone has had any experiance with these shafts. I have been a fan of Accra, since the SE, SC, and T series. Just kind curious!

Driver: Titleist TSi3 9.5* w/ UST Mamiya Chrome 6TF5 

3 Wood: Tour Edge CBX 119 16.5 w/ PX Evenflow Blue 6.5

Hybrid: Fourteen Prototype 2 iron Bent to 20* w/ UST Mamiya Proto 125 X

Irons: Fourteen FH1000 4-PW 1*Strong/1*Up w/ KBS $Taper S+ +1/2

GW: Fourteen RM12 - 50/10    w/ KBS $Taper S+ +1/2

SW:   Fourteen RM12 – 54.5/10.5    w/ KBS 610 130 +1/2

LW:   Fourteen RM12 - 59/9     w/ KBS 610 130 +1/2

Putter: Odyssey 1W Milled / EVNROLL ER2 @ 34”,4* & 71* w/ Ionmic Mid Size

Ball: Taking Applications For Open Position !!! 

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[quote name='pccasstpro' timestamp='1349282545' post='5744609'] I was wondering if anyone has had any experiance with these shafts. I have been a fan of Accra, since the SE, SC, and T series. Just kind curious! [/quote] What do you want to know? I am biased as I own a Tour Z fitting studio but I play the products as well. Tour Z+ 55 M4 in an Adams Fast 12 LS, best driver shaft combo I have ever played. I went through a few shafts before settling on this one happy to discuss if you are interested. Also i am in the UK so cant be accused of trying to sell to you.

Good shafts. Very solid. I know UST bought them a few years back.

DRIVER:  Callaway Rogue ST 10.5

FAIRWAYS:  Callaway Rogue ST 3, 9, 11 Fairway Woods

HYBRIDS:  Callaway Big Bertha 3 Hybrid, Rogue ST 4 Hybrid

IRONS:  Callaway Rogue ST 4-AW

WEDGES:  Callaway Jaws Raw 50 S Grind, 54 S Grind, 58 Z Grind 

PUTTER:  Odyssey Toulon Las Vegas

BACKUPS:  Odyssey Toulon Garage Le Mans Tri-Hot 5K Double Wide, MannKrafted Custom, Slighter Custom

BALL:  Testing

A man has to have options!

WHat do you want to know? I was fitted at Accra in Ontario, and couldn't be happier. Tour Z M4 75gr tipped 1.5" - Prefered the active tip and launch, but with tipping get a tighter flex and lower spin rate. Perfect and absolutely monstruous since dropping it in my Anser. It is smooth but stout, made to hit and can take a pounding without getting out of whack. Straightest shaft and longest. Previous shaft for me were a long time 73X Whiteboard, a short stint with RIP Alpha and Axiv Red/Black shafts. Tried AD DI, and while curious, I somehow don't think my Tour Z can be outdone in on course play. There's just no complaints to make in any head I have had them in. None.

TaylorMadeMiura

This shaft is money! Play one in my Supertri 8.5*, been in the bag for a long time. Used to play a Voodoo SVS6 in the same head before, but changed to the Tour Z+ M4 75. The flight went down, and accuracy drastically improved, probably with the extra weight and the stiff tip. If you haven't yet, go try it!

The accuracy is in the biuld I think. During my fitting both Z and Z+ were dead on straight and shapeable with a bit of work. It came down to feel and the guys at Accra worked on tipping a Z to get me feel and have my launch sit a touch more than a Z+ but not by much. Even the 85gr Z/Z+ still felt smooth and great. If Ping ever release Anser tips I will try playing the 85 at 44" and try to get the swingweight out right. [quote name='TaylorMadeMiura' timestamp='1349284812' post='5744853'] This shaft is money! Play one in my Supertri 8.5*, been in the bag for a long time. Used to play a Voodoo SVS6 in the same head before, but changed to the Tour Z+ M4 75. The flight went down, and accuracy drastically improved, probably with the extra weight and the stiff tip. If you haven't yet, go try it! [/quote]

[quote name='tbowles411' timestamp='1349284395' post='5744797'] Good shafts. Very solid. I know UST bought them a few years back. [/quote] That's not quite right. They were originally agents for UST and licensed the ACCRA name from them when they started to make their own shafts. Later bought the rights to the brand and are now independent. Totally agree about the good quality, though! I've had a Tour Z in a driver and still play Dymatches in my hybrids

Thanks , I just wanted some feedback from users . I'v been curious after reading and then hitting a friends driver. I had a SE80 M5 a few years ago , and LOVED it! I still cant figure out why I got rid of that driver.

May be. My results weren't as good with the non-plus version, and neither did the 65 gram Z+ produce as good results... Anyone tried the 85 and 95 in fws? [quote name='Fatz' timestamp='1349285633' post='5744997'] The accuracy is in the biuld I think. During my fitting both Z and Z+ were dead on straight and shapeable with a bit of work. It came down to feel and the guys at Accra worked on tipping a Z to get me feel and have my launch sit a touch more than a Z+ but not by much. Even the 85gr Z/Z+ still felt smooth and great. If Ping ever release Anser tips I will try playing the 85 at 44" and try to get the swingweight out right. [quote name='TaylorMadeMiura' timestamp='1349284812' post='5744853'] This shaft is money! Play one in my Supertri 8.5*, been in the bag for a long time. Used to play a Voodoo SVS6 in the same head before, but changed to the Tour Z+ M4 75. The flight went down, and accuracy drastically improved, probably with the extra weight and the stiff tip. If you haven't yet, go try it! [/quote] [/quote]

Puppetmaster

Awesome shafts. I have a Z+ 65 driver shaft and Z 85 in a fw, smooth and low spin.

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I have the Accra Tour Z+ M5 75 in my Driver, 120 SS+ and it feels great and has a low ball fight. I met Gwain and Franco at the Barclays this year fantastic guys that stand behind their product.

[quote name='TaylorMadeMiura' timestamp='1349288165' post='5745409'] May be. My results weren't as good with the non-plus version, and neither did the 65 gram Z+ produce as good results... Anyone tried the 85 and 95 in fws? [/quote] I just put a Tour Z+ 95 in my 5 wood. It replaced a Dymatch S3 98 that I broke a couple of weeks ago. I've only had a chance to get to the range with it twice, but so far, so good. The dymatch was tipped 1" and the Tour Z+, untipped, have very similar ball flights. Overall, the Tour Z+ might be a little flatter, but I have no problem hitting a high shot with it. Granted, all of this is with range balls. I hope to get a round in next week. Some additional info: the sticker on the butt from Accra said that it weighed 98.6 grams and when I cut it down to play at 42", it ended up at 86 grams. Edit: I haven't tried the 85+, but I did just put a Tour Z LT in my 3 wood. We'll see how it compares to the XE80.

[quote name='pccasstpro' timestamp='1349287519' post='5745299'] Thanks , I just wanted some feedback from users . I'v been curious after reading and then hitting a friends driver. I had a SE80 M5 a few years ago , and LOVED it! I still cant figure out why I got rid of that driver. [/quote] The SE/XE series are the shafts that got me hooked on Accra. I've also played the original Dymatch and the Dymatch 2.0 and for me, the Tour Z+/Tour Proto profile is the best in the driver. Like Puppetmaster said earlier, [i]smooth and low spin[/i], and I'll add to that by saying medium/high launch with a strong flight.

I've got a Z+ 55 M4 in a J40 430 9.5 and it is a SUPER combo! Great smooth feel, and a great fit for me.

[quote name='Aitch' timestamp='1349306242' post='5746831'] [quote name='TaylorMadeMiura' timestamp='1349288165' post='5745409'] May be. My results weren't as good with the non-plus version, and neither did the 65 gram Z+ produce as good results... Anyone tried the 85 and 95 in fws? [/quote] I just put a Tour Z+ 95 in my 5 wood. It replaced a Dymatch S3 98 that I broke a couple of weeks ago. I've only had a chance to get to the range with it twice, but so far, so good. The dymatch was tipped 1" and the Tour Z+, untipped, have very similar ball flights. Overall, the Tour Z+ might be a little flatter, but I have no problem hitting a high shot with it. Granted, all of this is with range balls. I hope to get a round in next week. Some additional info: the sticker on the butt from Accra said that it weighed 98.6 grams and when I cut it down to play at 42", it ended up at 86 grams. Edit: I haven't tried the 85+, but I did just put a Tour Z LT in my 3 wood. We'll see how it compares to the XE80. [/quote] Dude, you got all the good stuff there. The LT is a hugely underrated shaft, heck, the entire Tour Z line is, but I'd be interested to see what you think of it. I hit it in a driver and it was nice, but I think it'd be a great FW shaft. Launch and spin for me were higher in the LT than the Z+, but not by a lot. To address the question above, the Tour Z 85 (non +) isn excellent FW shaft, it's not as tip stiff as the Z+, but it only launches slightly higher. They both feel just as good, I honestly can't feel the difference. I pulled mine out of the Sonartec it was in because I didn't like the head, but I can't wait to find another 3W to install it in.

[quote name='Aitch' timestamp='1349308581' post='5746995'] Like Puppetmaster said earlier, [i]smooth and low spin[/i], and I'll add to that by saying medium/high launch with a strong flight. [/quote] I don't spin the ball as much as you, for me they are more mid launch, but yes, very strong, flat flight.

[quote name='Puppetmaster' timestamp='1349355094' post='5748693'] [quote name='Aitch' timestamp='1349308581' post='5746995'] Like Puppetmaster said earlier, [i]smooth and low spin[/i], and I'll add to that by saying medium/high launch with a strong flight. [/quote] I don't spin the ball as much as you, for me they are more mid launch, but yes, very strong, flat flight. [/quote] Instead of medium/high flight, I probably should have wrote that the shaft doesn't keep me from hitting the driver as high as I want...if that makes sense. For example, before I started playing Accra, two of my last driver shafts were the ProtoPype and pre-retail RIP 80x. Both of those were low spin, but definitely lower launch and it took more effort to get them to launch higher.

rodney24

I recently put a M5 Z+ 75 tipped 1.5 ( a little strong for me really) in my Mp titanium strong 3. Lets just say I never really had the best control with the stock shaft in it. Easy to hook it or overdraw. Just felt a little loose. Now since putting this shaft in I have to really try to make it draw. It is fade city now, and when it isnt quite right it is easy for it to slice way out there haha. This is without a doubt the most antileft shaft I have had in any club. It is perfect launch and spin though with this setup, exactly what I was looking for as far as ball flight goes, but the inability for me to make it turnover when I need to has me on the fence. When I connect though it is easily driver long! I really wished I would have got one that was only tipped like 1/2 to 1 inch. I feel that would have been perfect for me. The Mp-titanium doesnt make things any easier with the shaft. Small open head with fade bias, missed get exaggerated haha. I would love to stick this in a more neutral type head. I20 fairway or someting else similar. Defintiely want to try one of these in a driver sometime soon, and if I can find one without as much tipping to go in my fairway wood. If you guys are looking for a anti left shaft, this is it!! BTW driver swing speed is 112-118 and pretty quick tempo

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NHauss

I recently got a tour z+ m5 65 and paired it up with a fast 12ls 8.5 at -1 degree. I really like the feel of it, playing at 45.5 and untipped when it probably should be for the adapter. Swing speed around 110. I don't know if it is as low launch as claimed but it is definetly a low spin and long combo for me. may take a half inch off the tip though... No regrets buying and they are relatively cheap, go for the z+ and dont be afraid!

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Will probably have to get one of those 85 or 95 shafts just to test it during the winter... The season is already over here in Norway.

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I love the tour z st, I have tried to replace it and nothing yet can touch it. Has any one tried the ls version in a fairway wood?

Yes! I have one in a rbz tour fwy 85x tipped 1 inch and a bit - nothing comes close to it for directional stability and get this....feel?! I know, very surprised. Feels like a blueboard but launches straighter with less spin and a bit lower. Best fwy shaft Ive ever used, and allows you to play a shot with full confidence it wont go off the planet(like my old Blu103x) on hrd swings.

[quote name='Swingie' timestamp='1364570125' post='6720489'] Yes! I have one in a rbz tour fwy 85x tipped 1 inch and a bit - nothing comes close to it for directional stability and get this....feel?! I know, very surprised. Feels like a blueboard but launches straighter with less spin and a bit lower. Best fwy shaft Ive ever used, and allows you to play a shot with full confidence it wont go off the planet(like my old Blu103x) on hrd swings. [/quote] Which model? They have the tour z stable tip, tour z counter balance, and the tour z low spin. I was thinking I want to try the low spin in a fairway wood, but was worried about the website saying it had a draw bias, I fight going left.

ucdan5

Not to thread jack, but how is the shaft profile on the Tour Z's compared to the Dymatch 2.0 shafts? I have a White Dymatch 2.0 shafts in my driver and its great, but I wanted to try the Tour Z but haven't had the chance to. I feel as though the 2.0 is butt soft, tip stiff but would like to know what the profile is.

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