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Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65



Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65

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Product Name Price Status Qty
65R Flex - 335 tip (64g) 3B2H $39.99 ($22.75) Backordered
65X Flex - 335 tip (64g) 5B2H $39.99 ($22.75) 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

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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what is the difference between this shaft(tt202207) & tt0107? seem to be same specs for 65 gm r flex - tt202207 r flex listed as backordered - is it coming back in - like paint more than the tt0107

Asked by: squeelers
The shafts are the same. The TT0107 has new graphics and paint for 2015. The TT202207 is sold out in R and S flex and has been discontinued and replaced with the TT0107.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-05

Can this .3350tip shaft fit into a Taylor R1 driver with the Taylor adaptor. Or does the Taylor require a .350 tip?

Asked by: JAM57
The original R1 driver came with a .350 adaptor. You could order the the shaft in a .335 and a .335 adaptor (TM0019) and install in the R1. If you want to use the original adaptor, you would need a .350 shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-04-29

would it be advisable to put the pro launch blue 65R in a 3 wood. I currently have a stiff shaft and don't have the swing speed to accommodate the shaft. I am a senior golfer w 70 mph swing speed.

Asked by: Barry Todd
There would be no issues in putting a Pro Launch Blue 65R into a #3 wood. However, if your driver swing speed is 70mph I would suggest using a senior or "A" flex shaft. The ProLite HL is available in a senior flex. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=TT0057
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-03-25

I need to replace the shafts in my Taylormade V-steel 3 and 5 woods. What would be best? Some fool at the Golfmart in SF installed 45 gram Prolaunch Platinums when I ordered heavier shafts. They came with 70 gram Taylormade shafts to start.

Asked by: DJBII
The options of fairway specific shafts are limited. That being said, most graphite wood shafts can be trimmed for fairway woods. We have had a lot of success with the Xcaliber Fairway (AS0021) or the Xcaliber Tour Fairway (AS0025) shafts. They are both in the mid 70's for gram weight and very reasonably priced.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-09

Is this shaft designed to play true to flex in a through bore driver head?

Asked by: just
Yes this original ProLaunch Blue was designed to play at it's listed flex when installed into a bore through.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-12

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: 2014-12-10
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