Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts

Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts


Grafalloy Blue 60, R Flex - 335" tip (63g) 3B1H -
$79.99
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Grafalloy Blue 60, S Flex - 335" tip (64g) 4C1H -
$79.99
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Grafalloy Blue 60, X Flex - 335" tip (65g) 5C1H -
$79.99
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Bore Thru Tip/Butt Trim
$15.75
Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts

The original Grafalloy Blue remains one of the most popular graphite golf shafts in the history of the game. For 2013, Grafalloy has redesigned Blue using the best materials available today while still maintaining the performance benefits golfers loved about the original.

The new Blue delivers maximum stability and distance for stronger swingers. Blue is available in two weights, 60 g and 70g for heavier drivers and fairway wood applications.

Trimming Instructions

UST Grafalloy Blue Shaft Specifications

Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from True Blue Purchased this mainly because of the color and it had a firm tip. I added the 70X to my R1 and it is working wonderfully. Added the 70X to my R11 3 Wood and it is a dream. Swing speed is about 115 mph. It holds up but, may have to upgrade to a stiffer shaft for my driver. But, this shaft can hang better than I expected it. I will say this purchase is definitely what I was looking for. If Grafalloy can make Blue to a Tour X I would definitely buy it and this would make my day.
Date published: 2013-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing value for money! This review is based on using the Grafalloy Blue [White] 60g S in my D2 913 Driver, and also the 75g S in FD13 3 wood. My swing speed with driver is between 98 - 106 depending how warmed up, loose and hard I'm going at the ball. Stock shafts with my clubs were shocking, dispersion was all over the place but this shaft is accurate, firm, powerful and gives me low/medium spin with medium launch. In my opinion the S flex definitely performs best when you're swinging nearer the 105 mark and if you never go above 95-100mph Driver Swing Spd, I'd recommend also trying the Reg before getting the S. The 75S in 3 wood off the tee is phenomenal and sometimes makes me wonder if Driver is necessary. It's a good value for money shaft, much better than stock.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grafalloy Blue 60 I have been one of those golfers that missed the old Grafalloy Blue and looked long and hard to find one before finally giving up. I happened to hear about the re release of the Grafalloy Blue over the winter and finally got one for my Titleist 913 d3 and I played with it over the weekend and it the same shaft just a few grams lighter. It is a low launch low spin shaft that I felt like I could swing as hard as I wanted without worrying about hitting it left. What a great shaft.
Date published: 2013-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly like the Old Blue Having broken my original Blue on the range a few years ago and not being able to find a shaft I really liked since, I was ecstatic when I heard they were re-releasing it. I have a New Blue 65X in each of my drivers and have just ordered the 75X for my 4 wood. Just as stable as the original and just crisp on every swing. Bravo Grafalloy for re-releasing my favorite shaft. Please don't let it go away again...
Date published: 2013-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft Replaced a custom X-flex Kuro Kage shaft in my Nike Covert driver with the 70X and couldn't be happier. I'm getting at least 15-20 yards more distance and am no longer hitting it left, which was a big problem with the Kuro Kage.
Date published: 2014-06-16
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Do you carry the Grafalloy Blue 75 gram shaft? I only see the 60 gram.

Asked by: Golfman
We do not have the 75 gram Blue and Grafalloy tells me they no longer make the Blue 75 gram shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-20

Looking for X stiff shaft for my 3 wood

Asked by: Papa
The Grafalloy Blue could be a good choice, especially if you are wanting a lower ball flight. It is one of the stiffer X flexes we have tested. There are a number of good X flex shafts that could work well in a 3 wood depending on what playing characteristics you need.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-16

I LIKE THE COLOR OF GRAFALLOY  BLUE GRAPHITE  SHAFTS CAN I USE IN MY 3 WOOD 2015 AERO BURNER BY TAYLOR MADE. I MY SWING SPEED IS 74 TO 81 MPH

Asked by: philie62
The Grafalloy Blue is designed for players with faster swingspeeds wanting a shaft for more control and lower ball flight. Probably not the best fit for you swingspeed. That being said it can be installed into a 3 wood. The Taylor Made Aero Burner 3 wood does use a .350" tip diameter shaft so this or any other .335" tip diameter shaft would need to be shimmed to properly fit the .350" hosel bore. We offer the SHIM15 or Universal Plastic Shim for properly doing this assembly. http://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-brass-adaptor-shims/p/SHIM/ http://www.golfworks.com/universal-shim-with-ferrule-335/p/BB9018/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-11

I play the 60 S in my driver and the 75 R in my 3 wood.  I recently added a 7wood, what would be the trimming instructions for a 7 wood?

Asked by: kenstl
For the Grafalloy Blue the trim code is W1 which is a butt cut only shaft design. Graphite Design is not recommending any tip trimming whether installed into a 3 wood or a 7 wood. Just sand the tip, install and butt cut to the finished length. The shaft has a 3" parallel tip section and you always want to leave 1.5" for proper installation so if you wanted to you could tip trim up to 1.5". http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/shaft_trim_inst.pdf
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-22

My driver swing is 88 to 91 I have the pro launch blue 65 regular in the r5 .love it but looking for a higher trajectory. What would you recommend and looking to put in a modern head..m1/m2,king cobra and so on. Thx Rick 

Asked by: Rick
The ProLaunch Blue 65 R is a High Trajectory shaft. Loft will influence trajectory far more than you can with any shaft dynamic, so the suggestion would be on your new driver to go with more loft than you currently play. The R flex is probably the correct flex and you would want to stay with a High trajectory shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-03-18

how does this shaft compare to prelaunch blue 65s that is 10 years old

Asked by: 2laps running
The TT0107 ProLaunch Blue is the same as the ProLaunch Blue from 10 years ago just with a new paint job. The TT0095 Grafalloy Blue is a much different shaft then the ProLaunch Blue. The Blue is a low trajectory shaft, high bend point firm tip design compared to the ProLaunch Blue which is a high trajectory design. More of a low bend point soft tip design.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-25

What does the Graffaloy Blue 60 S CPM at? Wanting to put one in a Titleist (915 D3), thank you.

Asked by: Steve712
I do not have an assembled club with this shaft installed to be able to measure an assembled frequency. The frequency of the raw 46" ungripped shaft with a 205 gram weight on the tip is 271. In checking the web I found an assembled frequency on a 45" driver, D1 and gripped at 261. This was listed as being in a blind bore head design which would make the shaft a little stiffer then todays drivers that are more standard bore. Based of this information I would think in the high 250's at 45" D1. Finished frequency depends on finished length and swingweight.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-27

Hello,  How does this shaft compare to the original "BLUE" shaft?    

Asked by: BSprink
The "original" Blue was listed as a mid bend point, med/soft tip stiffness with 2.8 degrees torque. The "white" Blue is listed as a high bend point, stiff tip stiffness with 2.8 degrees torque. This data is from the S flex. Our shaft profile data shows the two shafts being quite similar with the "white having a slightly higher balance point.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-06
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