Matrix Radix S Series Graphite Iron Shafts

Matrix Radix S Series Graphite Iron Shafts


4 R Flex - 40", .370" tip (47gm) 3D3S -
$59.00
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6 A Flex - 40", .370" tip (60gm) 2D3M -
$59.00
In Stock
6 R Flex - 40", .370" tip (61gm) 3D3M -
$59.00
In Stock
6 S Flex - 40", .370" tip (63gm) 4B3M -
$59.00
In Stock
8 R Flex - 40", .370" tip (74gm) 3B2M -
$59.00
In Stock
8 S Flex - 40", .370" tip (76gm) 4B2M -
$59.00
In Stock
Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Matrix Radix S Series Graphite Iron Shafts

RADIX is Latin for "base" or "root". The base for RADIX is The HD design, giving RADIX the most advanced internal structure in its class. Along with the internal structure, an experimental variable tip-to-butt ratio design is introduced with RADIX. The ratio specs change by flex - ball flight lowers as flex stiffens, adjusting for the progressive needs of progressively harder swingers.

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 Matrix Radix S Shaft Specifications

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I have a Taylormade Rocketbladez Tour 3 iron with a still steel shaft, but I want it to play and feel more like my regular Rocketblade irons with regular flex 65 gram shafts. Would you recommend this one?

Asked by: Shay
The Matrix MT2051 shaft will not fit the Rocketbladz Tour 3 iron. The Rocketbaldz Tour irons use a .355" taper tip shaft and this Matrix shaft is only available in a .370" parallel tip size, which is to big to fit the Rocketbladz Tour 3 iron. A shaft like the UST Recoil 65 shaft (US0100), which is available in a .355" taper tip will fit the Rocketbladz Tour 3 iron and could be a good match to the 65 gram shaft you have in the Rocketblade irons. http://www.golfworks.com/ust-mamiya-recoil-65-graphite-iron-shafts/p/US0100/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-05

can you explain the effect of torque in the swing and on the golf ball?

Asked by: ozzie626
A lower torque shaft can have a minor effect on helping to correct a hook and a higher torque shaft can have a minor effect on correcting a slice. Generally lower torque shafts are shafts that are designed for more control and accuracy and higher torque shafts for slower swingspeeds. Higher torque will make the shaft play a little more flexible, all other specifications being equal. More then anything torque effects the feel of a shaft. More torque will feel a little more flexible. Shafts do not torque as much when the club is swung as they do in a static measurement. If you fit the shaft for weight and launch specifications the torque will pretty much take care of itself.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-13

i need a Taylormade Matrix 55 grams ,flex M

Asked by: paulcates
To get the Taylor Made Matrix 55 M flex shaft you would have to send the club back to Taylor Made for repair. The Matrix Radix S iron shaft we have only the 4 R flex shafts in stock. The rest are available by special order only. You would need to contact Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 or golfworks@golfworks.com.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-21
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