Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 45 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.
Prolaunch Blue 45 Series
- Ideal for slow controlled golf swings
- Super lightweight design for increased club head speed
- Increases kick velocity and energy transfer through impact for a more solid hit
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- Monday, September 24, 2007
Reviewed By: Alex Hawley
I really enjoy This shaft in my driver. It has cut down on my slice and allows me to "swing for the green" on all my drives. I recomend it to the hard swingers out there like me.
- Sunday, July 18, 2010
The best I've hit
Reviewed By: Gary
Replaced Fujikura shaft in my TM Burner driver.Had a feeling my good drives should have been longer.I was right ,now at least 15-20 metres longer on best drives.Great feel also.
Can't wait for the summer golf.
- Thursday, March 01, 2012
Blue 65gram X-Flex
Reviewed By: Ross McElroy
I have a 105mph swing speed and am a 9 handicap 38 years old. I put this shaft in a 2007 Burner 9.5 degree head cut down to a total club length of 44 inches. The results have been nothing short of greatness. I usually play a stiff flex but with the softer tip and lower bendpoint I figured the X-Flex would be just right and I was correct. The low torque was important to me as well and there are few shafts with a flexible tip and low bendpoint that offer a torque rating at 2.8 usually they will be closer to 4 if not higher. The low torque really cutdown sidespin making hooks and slices pretty hard to pull off now if I mishit or overswing the result is more of a push fade or slight hook. If I hammer it I can get it out there around 280-300 without fear of excessive spin. I highly recommend this shaft to ppl that like a livelier shaft with low torque. I would recommend ppl to try one flex stiffer in this shaft unless you really need help getting the ball up or have a really smooth transition. I have tried many shafts, Proforce V2, Diamana Blue and White and Prolaunch Red among others. Another option would be to tip the shaft to get the right flex so if you play a stiff in most shafts tip the stiff an inch or so. Read More Reviews