Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts

Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts


Grafalloy Blue 60, R Flex - 335" tip (63g) 3B1H -
$29.99
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Bore Thru Tip/Butt Trim
$15.75
Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

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

Grafalloy Blue Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from True Blue Purchased this mainly because of the color and it had a firm tip. I added the 70X to my R1 and it is working wonderfully. Added the 70X to my R11 3 Wood and it is a dream. Swing speed is about 115 mph. It holds up but, may have to upgrade to a stiffer shaft for my driver. But, this shaft can hang better than I expected it. I will say this purchase is definitely what I was looking for. If Grafalloy can make Blue to a Tour X I would definitely buy it and this would make my day.
Date published: 2013-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing value for money! This review is based on using the Grafalloy Blue [White] 60g S in my D2 913 Driver, and also the 75g S in FD13 3 wood. My swing speed with driver is between 98 - 106 depending how warmed up, loose and hard I'm going at the ball. Stock shafts with my clubs were shocking, dispersion was all over the place but this shaft is accurate, firm, powerful and gives me low/medium spin with medium launch. In my opinion the S flex definitely performs best when you're swinging nearer the 105 mark and if you never go above 95-100mph Driver Swing Spd, I'd recommend also trying the Reg before getting the S. The 75S in 3 wood off the tee is phenomenal and sometimes makes me wonder if Driver is necessary. It's a good value for money shaft, much better than stock.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from True Blue Purchased this mainly because of the color and it had a firm tip. I added the 70X to my R1 and it is working wonderfully. Added the 70X to my R11 3 Wood and it is a dream. Swing speed is about 115 mph. It holds up but, may have to upgrade to a stiffer shaft for my driver. But, this shaft can hang better than I expected it. I will say this purchase is definitely what I was looking for. If Grafalloy can make Blue to a Tour X I would definitely buy it and this would make my day.
Date published: 2013-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grafalloy Blue 60 I have been one of those golfers that missed the old Grafalloy Blue and looked long and hard to find one before finally giving up. I happened to hear about the re release of the Grafalloy Blue over the winter and finally got one for my Titleist 913 d3 and I played with it over the weekend and it the same shaft just a few grams lighter. It is a low launch low spin shaft that I felt like I could swing as hard as I wanted without worrying about hitting it left. What a great shaft.
Date published: 2013-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grafalloy Blue 60 I have been one of those golfers that missed the old Grafalloy Blue and looked long and hard to find one before finally giving up. I happened to hear about the re release of the Grafalloy Blue over the winter and finally got one for my Titleist 913 d3 and I played with it over the weekend and it the same shaft just a few grams lighter. It is a low launch low spin shaft that I felt like I could swing as hard as I wanted without worrying about hitting it left. What a great shaft.
Date published: 2013-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly like the Old Blue Having broken my original Blue on the range a few years ago and not being able to find a shaft I really liked since, I was ecstatic when I heard they were re-releasing it. I have a New Blue 65X in each of my drivers and have just ordered the 75X for my 4 wood. Just as stable as the original and just crisp on every swing. Bravo Grafalloy for re-releasing my favorite shaft. Please don't let it go away again...
Date published: 2013-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly like the Old Blue Having broken my original Blue on the range a few years ago and not being able to find a shaft I really liked since, I was ecstatic when I heard they were re-releasing it. I have a New Blue 65X in each of my drivers and have just ordered the 75X for my 4 wood. Just as stable as the original and just crisp on every swing. Bravo Grafalloy for re-releasing my favorite shaft. Please don't let it go away again...
Date published: 2013-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft Replaced a custom X-flex Kuro Kage shaft in my Nike Covert driver with the 70X and couldn't be happier. I'm getting at least 15-20 yards more distance and am no longer hitting it left, which was a big problem with the Kuro Kage.
Date published: 2014-06-16
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I have a Vokey SM 5 sandwedge. Can you resurface and regroove it? What is the cost?

Asked by: Rog 1952
We are not set up to regroove with the new groove. We could rechrome the wedge but if we were to regroove it would become non-conforming to the USGA rules. Our rechroming price is $59.95. You can see those charges and services at this link from our web site. https://www.golfworks.com/golf-club-services-and-repairs/a/194/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2018-01-08

re: hosel depth, is that on the brand's website? What is club head type? Is that the brand name. club name and number? If I get a 46" and later cut to 43" will that affect the performance?

Asked by: TomT60
We list the bore depths of our clubs in our catalog and web site. The major manufactures do not list bore depths on their web sites. If you start at 46" and later shorten it to 43" it will effect the performance. A shorter shaft is always stiffer unless you add weight to the clubhead to make the swingweight the same as it was when the club was 46". 1" is equal to 6 swingweights so 3" is equal to 18 swingweights. I swingweight is equal to 1 cpm in a frequency machine and with most graphite shafts there are 10 to 12 cpm's in a change of flex. So shortening the club from 46" to 43" could make an S flex shaft play like an X+ or between an X and XX flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2018-01-03

i would like this shaft for the cobra max driver, will it fit and will it fit the titleist 917 d2 driver

Asked by: kenny
Yes the Grafalloy Blue shaft will fit both the Cobra Max and Titleist 917 D2 driver.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-14

Hey there. I'm interested in the shaft for both Driver and Spoon. Titleist 915D3 and 915F. Do I buy 2 of the same shaft and then just shorten to 45 and 43 or how does it work normally? 110-115 swing speed straigh shots = S or X?

Asked by: Petter
Yes you would order two of the Grafalloy Bue shaft and follow the recommended trimming instruction for setting the shafts up for a driver and spoon. The recommended tip trimming for the driver is 0" and for the Spoon you would trim 1/2" from the tip end of the shaft. You would install the shafts and then cut the clubs for your finished lengths of 45" and 43". Your swingspeed at 110 to 115 would put you into an X flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-23

Hi, I'd be interested in buying a couple of Grafalloy Blue shafts, but I would prefer the 75g X version. Do you have any of these? Thanks

Asked by: Naader
Grafalloy is only manufacturing the Grafalloy Blue shaft in the 65 gram version these days. They do not manufacture this shaft in a 75 gram version.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-17

I have a Taylormade R1 driver with an adjustable Graffalloy shaft. The shaft needs to be replaced. What is the replacement part number.

Asked by: DSG
I would need to know which Grafalloy shaft you have in your R1 driver? If it is the Blue the part number is TT0095 and you would order the flex you need.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-02

I have a taylormade 2016 m2 driver 9.5 degree. I swing a regular shaft. I would like to get a lower launch and get total club length at 44 inch with m2 adaptor and original crossline grip installed. Believe swing speed around 100. Want club ready to go.??

Asked by: TJW
You would need to order the shaft along with the TM0023 Taylor Made shaft adaptor and the Crossline grip. It would probably be best to call Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 with your order and they can get all your specifications so that we set this up correctly for you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-06

Hello I'm looking to use this shaft for the Defiant 300 head. Will this combination work together? Thx

Asked by: R B
Yes the Grafalloy Blue shaft will fit the Defiant 300 driver head. As long as the shaft specifications fit you it will work fine in the Difiant 300 clubhead.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-05
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