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Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65 Graphite Wood Shaft



Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65 Graphite Wood Shaft

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Product Name Price Status Qty
65R Flex - 335 tip (64g) 3B2H $39.99 ($34.99) In Stock
65S Flex - 335 tip (64g) 4B2H $39.99 ($34.99) In Stock
65X Flex - 335 tip (64g) 5B2H $39.99 ($34.99) In Stock
65R Flex - 350 tip 3B2H $39.99 ($34.99) In Stock
65S Flex - 350 tip 4B2H $39.99 ($34.99) In Stock
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Pureing 1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming $4.95
Tip Prepping $2.95

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Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65 Graphite Wood Shaft

The Grafalloy Prolaunch Blue graphite wood shaft is the first graphite shaft designed and engineered through the use of a launch monitor - available in .335" and .350" tip diameters.

Prolaunch Blue 65 Series
  • Incorporates patent-pending Dynamic Torsional Stability for added control
  • Shaft design decreases the likelihood of hooks or slices
  • Increases launch angle for more distance

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I'm 56 years old 5'9" and have a swing speed of 84 mph, currently I have a stiff shaft on my driver and I'm not sure if it's the correct fitting for me. can you recommend what I should be using for maximum distance? Thanks.

Asked by: Rich
Obviously it is difficult to be precise in a recommendation without seeing you hit shots, but based on what you are telling me, and assuming you want to maximize distance and feel, you need to go to a Regular flex shaft in as light a weight as you can, without sacrificing feel. I am 55, and have a swing speed of 110 and use a 56 gram stiff flex. If you can use, for example, a 60 gram or less weight shaft, in a true R flex, I think you will immediately notice a difference. You want to use the lightest, longest club you can control, with the flex matched to your swing speed, to maximize distance.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-08-29