Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts

Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts

Grafalloy Blue 60, R Flex - 335" tip (63g) 3B1H -
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Grafalloy Blue 60, S Flex - 335" tip (64g) 4C1H -
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Grafalloy Blue 60, X Flex - 335" tip (65g) 5C1H -
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts

The original Grafalloy Blue remains one of the most popular graphite golf shafts in the history of the game. For 2013, Grafalloy has redesigned Blue using the best materials available today while still maintaining the performance benefits golfers loved about the original.

The new Blue delivers maximum stability and distance for stronger swingers. Blue is available in two weights, 60 g and 70g for heavier drivers and fairway wood applications.

Trimming Instructions

UST Grafalloy Blue Shaft Specifications

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I need to replace the shaft in Cleveland hybore driver, trajectory is to high, which shaft do you recommend. 350 tip

Asked by: mike
There is a variety of low trajectory shaft options, but .350 tip options are minimal. The good news is it is routine to put a .335 tip shaft in a .350 hosel. Several adaptors or shims available for this purpose. Without knowing you game, swing speed, loft of the driver, etc. it is difficult to make an absolute recommendation. Look for low shafts identified as low trajectory in the flex and weight category you prefer.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-04-10

Do these shafts come complete ready to use, just insert in my current Driver? I have a Nike Vapor driver.

Asked by: Kent
The shaft would have to be installed into the existing shaft adaptor that is in your Nike driver. With Nike being out of the golf club business we no longer have any of their shaft tip adaptors.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-04

How much can you tip grafalloy blue white shaft.looking for it to play at 44 inches

Asked by: Colin
The Grafalloy Blue white shaft has a 3" parallel tip section so we would not recommend tip trimming more then 1.5". You need to have 1.5" of parallel tip section for proper shaft installation. You can cut from the butt end to your 44" finished length.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-04

Do you sell the tip attachment for the ping G driver?

Asked by: Roland
Yes we have the shaft adaptor for the Ping G (PGC002) driver. Here is the link.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-27

do you have Grafalloy Pro-Launch Blue 45/65

Asked by: Ernie
Yes we do. You will find the ProLaunch Blue 45/65 at this link. (TT0106 & TT0107)
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-06

what is the trimming instructions

Asked by: Longjohn007
The recommended tip trimming instructions are: 0" for a driver 1/2" for a 3 wood 1" for a 5 wood 1 1/2" for a 7 wood or higher
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-01

I have a swing speed of 90 to 100 I have a big bertha driver with a stock stiff flex shaft it seems a little to whippy what you recommend ,I have a mid ball flight an would like a little more distance thanks for your help

Asked by: Dhardy
A shaft that I like and have recommended a lot with very good feedback is the Graphite Design YS 6+ (YS633WPL). It will play truer to flex and is designed to produce a mid/high ball flight. The Grafalloy Blue is a shaft that plays stiffer then normal and produces a low ball flight. Another good shaft can be the Kuro Kage Black 2nd Gen (MR0044). It is designed for a mid ball flight. At these links if you scroll down the page you will see the specification box for these shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-14

I have used the original blue X for many years in a 3-wood, un-tipped and butt trimmed to 42.5". It was very recently destroyed (I know, I cried a bit) and I need a replacement. How similar is the bend profile, feel and specs of the new blue to the old?

Asked by: The Mad Bomber
In our shaft profile data the new Blue (TT0095) is a little more flexible in the middle part of the shaft. I would tell you that it is still going to be your closest match to the originial Blue.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-02
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