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Jon-Paul Maiden

Grafalloy bimatrix tour prototype

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Anyone hit this shaft? I have a 105 ss and like a heavier weight.  I would normally play a heavy stiff shaft but this only comes in 65 which I think is too light.  How's the 80x going to play?  Would I be able to handle it with my ss?

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80 X might be a bit much for 105mph.  I'd look at other shafts, I'm sure you can get an 80 gram stiff from Fuji, Aldila, Diamana, etc.

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Check out the Grafalloy website (currently under revision). At this time, Bimatrx info is included in a PDF of its current products.

Shaft has high bendpoint and low torque (2.0). R and S weigh in at 65 grams, X at 80.

BiMatrx Tour Prototype combines the best of both worlds in materials

and performance. The ultralight graphite BiMatrx body joins with a steel

tip section for ultimate distance and control. BiMatrx also has the unique

combination of allowing golfers to increase driver loft by as much as 30%

while offering a 20% reduction in spin rate. This high launch and low spin

blend delivers incredible carry and roll. BiMatrx is loved by tour players

around the globe and was in the bag of the 2012 Masters champion.

The promo promises high launch and low spin, but a high bendpoint in a shaft normally generates a slightly lower launch. I'll let others sort this out.

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