It's not that easy. When I first started, I played steel shafted drivers and fairways for the first 5-6 years because even though I could swing a graphite shafted club faster, I was nowhere near as consistent with them and I actually hit the steel shafted clubs further and more accurate because I could square the clubface up easier.Graphite is preferred in woods because of its higher strength to weight ratio vs steel. That translates into lighter weight, which translates into higher clubhead speeds and more distance.
I'd be willing to bet steel shafted offerings from the OEMs are non-existent. Luckily, reshafting isn't exactly rocket science. I'm currently playing a steel shafted SLDR 3h, but planning to try out a VS Proto 95g shaft in it soon.It's hard to find a driver, fairway, or hybrid offered in steel these days
Except it’s not really accurate outside of a few standard offerings. Most graphite companies offer iron shafts as heavy as one would want and certainly as stiff.Found this comment on the web . . .
"Graphite shafts are generally much lighter than steel, which should make them easier to swing for those with slow swing speeds or that lack strength, like lady and senior golfers. But use shouldn't be limited to these demographics alone. ... One key advantage of graphite shafts over steel is the feel." - https://www.golf-monthly.co.uk/videos/gear-video/the-advantages-of-graphite-shafts-over-steel