Grafalloy Bi-Matrix Tour Proto-Type Wood Shafts

Grafalloy Bi-Matrix Tour Proto-Type Wood Shafts


BiMatrx White - R Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 3B1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx White - S Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 4C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx White - X Flex - 46', .335" Tip (80gm) 5C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Pink - R Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 3B1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Pink - S Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 4C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Pink - X Flex - 46', .335" Tip (80gm) 5C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Black - R Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 3B1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Black - S Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 4C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Black - X Flex - 46', .335" Tip (80gm) 5C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Orange - R Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 3B1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Orange - S Flex - 46', .335" Tip (65gm) 4C1H
$79.99
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BiMatrx Orange - X Flex - 46', .335" Tip (80gm) 5C1H
$79.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Grafalloy Bi-Matrix Tour Proto-Type Wood Shafts

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 BIMATRX TOUR PROTOTYPE

Grafalloy Bi-Matrix Tour Proto-Type Wood Shafts is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Really disappointing Bought 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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Looking for a specific pro launch driver shaft, older model describe as black below the grip and above the logo. Originally saw it on a king cobra driver.?

Asked by: Rayme
The older ProLaunch Platinum was black below the grip and was used by some of the manufactures. It was a good shaft. We last had this shaft in 2011 and no longer have any of these available. The R flex was 58 grams 3.5 degrees torque mid bend point and medium tip stiffness. The S flex was 63 grams 3.3 degrees torque and also mid bend point and medium tip stiffness. Grafalloy really does not have a shaft in their product line today that I would match up to the ProLaunch Platinum.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13

If I wanted to purchase the Pink shaft and cut it down for a 3W or 5W to play as a stiff, which flex should I get in order to obtain the correct flex when played?

Asked by: Alex35
The Bi-Matrix shafts can be used in fairway woods. The trimming instructions recommend butt cut only whether installed into a driver or fairway woods. The shaft does have a 3" parallel tip section so you could carefully tip trim up to 1.5" to adjust the flex of these shafts for your 3 and 5 woods. Possibly 1/2" for a 3 wood and 1" for the 5 wood assuming you make the 5 wood 1" shorter then the 3 wood. These shafts do tend to play a little stiffer then normal.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-06

I have installed the "s" in my Ping Anser driver and it works great. My question is can I put it in fairway woods as well? Tipping, swing weighting...?

Asked by: JD21
Hi Sorry! I have a question I bought the R , may i tip trimm 0.5 to reach more S feeling? Or it doesn t work well? Thank you Looking forward to hearing from you Best regards Ale
Answered by: Alecurti
Date published: 2016-12-18

When will the blue stiff shaft and green stiff be in stock  or x stiff

Asked by: Drail
Those colors are discontinued. Moving forward, white, pink, black and orange will be the only offerings in the Bimatrix Tour Prototype shafts.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-09-21

Looking to get a Ping G30  9.5 Dragon Fly head on a White stiff Bi-Matrix shaft.  Is this something that can be done?  I assume an adapter will be needed also Thanx. Tony/26. 909-322-6617

Asked by: Tony
If you already have the Ping Head, we can install the Bimatrix shaft for you into the adaptor. You can have us to this when you order the adaptor and shaft online or may call our customer service at 1-800-848-8358 for thorough help and advice with the order.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-06-16

I'm looking to go up to an 80 gram shaft for my Callaway XR 3 and 5 wood. Not sure if I should go with S or X. I play S400 in my irons. Any suggestions? 

Asked by: Npell
In the Bi Matrix the X flex comes in 80 grams. The Bi Matrix test and tends to play stiffer then normal. We really do not stock any 80 gram wood shafts simply because there is not enough demand for them. You might look at a shaft like the Xcaliber Pro Fairway Wood shaft which is available in a TS flex, which is a Tour S flex in between S and X. It is 78 grams at 45" raw length designed for a low/mid trajectory. It is a shaft we sell a lot of with very good feedback. http://www.golfworks.com/axe-xcaliber-pro-fairway-graphite-wood-shaft/p/AS0046/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-10

Can your team tip these shaft by 1"?

Asked by: dunngm72
Yes, these shafts can be tipped 1" since they have a 3" parallel tip section.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-06-02

Considering the butt end of a shaft is the stiffest if I was to trim the x-stiff shaft down from 46" to 44.5" would it play closer to a standard stiff shaft? I currently have the Ping Tour 80 Stiff shaft in my G30 and would like a similar weighted shaft.

Asked by: jrichards
The butt end of the shaft is the stiffest end but there are 2 things once a shaft is manufactured that control how it flexes and performs. One is how long or short you cut it. Shorter is always stiffer. The second is how much clubhead weight you put on the end of the shaft. At 44.5" with a standard 200 gram driver head weight the X flex will still play like an X flex. The rule of thumb we use for maintaining shaft flex is that if I am making a club 1" shorter in length we want to do 1" less tip trimming. With the Bi-Matrix shaft there is no recommended tip trimming so there is no way to do less to make it play more flexible then it's listed flex unless we could put a much heavier clubhead on the end of the shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-17
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