The Grafalloy BiMatrx Tour Prototype Wood Shaft brings the stability of steel and the high performance of graphite together for the ultimate in performance . through a proprietary process, the ultralight high performance graphite body is combined with a premium steel tip section resulting in the best combination possible for performance and control. The ultralight graphite body provides the distance, and steel tip provides the accuracy. The bend profile provides a low, penetrating ball flight, and when combined with slightly higher driver lofts can provide a high launch angle with lower spin rates to maximize distance. This versatility in creating different launch conditions based on loft and swing speeds makes the Grafalloy BiMatrx Tour Prototype Wood Shaft one of the most versatile high performance shafts available.
Available in R, S, and X in 6 different colors.
Grafalloy Bi-Matrix Tour Proto-Type Wood Shafts is rated
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Really disappointingBought this shaft at the request of a client/ friend as a possible replacement on his driver. When it arrived I noticed the shaft had a slight bend, turned out It was in the graphite section. Interested in how it would flex I ran it through a zone profile or at least attempted to, the shaft cracked about nine inches back from the metal section. Golf works honored the warrantee but informed me this shaft should never be put on a frequency meter. My opinion - if it can't handle a zone profiling it probably wouldn't handle a 105-110 mph swing very long.
Date published: 2015-06-08
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Will this shaft "BiMatrx Pink - X Flex - 46', .335" Tip (80gm) 5C1H" work with my sons Cobra F/Speed?
Asked by: vlad64
Yes, the Cobra Speed F drivers require a .335" shaft. The BiMatrx shafts will fit perfectly.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-06-22
What would it cost to purchase this shaft with a Titleist 913 D2 adapter?
Asked by: Ron S
If you would like to purchase those items it would cost $79.99 for the shaft, $44.99 for the adaptor, $9.99 to ship along with any applicable taxes. We can always trim the shaft to the length you want and install the adaptor for $10.00
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2015-01-08
What is tip trimming
Asked by: Rudy
Butt and Tip trimming are normally done to allow for correct length and stiffness. The more you trim from the tip the stiffer the shaft gets. Normally on woods you only butt trim to make the correct length you desire. So if you sand and prepare the tip of the shaft to fit the head and want a 45 inch driver length, you would set the shaft in the head and epoxy. The next day you would measure the club length and trim from the butt the necessary amount. Irons are different and you would consult the manufactures sheet to determine the correct butt and tip trimming
Answered by: brokepar
Date published: 2014-10-29
I was looking at the Bimatrix X-stiff shaft and I wanted to know if I get it pured as well as get buy a grip from you guys, would you be willing to install the grip so when I have the shaft installed there can be no issues from the installer. Thanks
Asked by: Matt
Yes, that would be no problem at all. The cost to install the grip would be $4.50. Please contact our Customer Service Department @ 1-800-848-8358 and they will be happy to put your order through and getting everything set-up for you.