New Grafalloy BiMatrx Tour Prototype In Stock At Hireko!


It’s back by popular demand. We are talking about the Grafalloy BiMatrx Tour Prototype which is now available in six custom color options: Pink, Black, Neon Orange, White, Lime Green and Neon Blue.

If you are not familiar with the BiMatrx Tour Prototype it is an ultralight graphite body joined together with a steel tip section to combine a shaft with both distance and control in mind. The R and S flexes of the new version are now a full 15% lighter (65g) compared to the original as better and lighter pre-preg materials have been substituted in the graphite section. The X flex remains the original 80g weight and is the same shaft played by Masters Champion Bubba Watson.

The BiMatrx Tour Prototype is a low launching, low spinning shaft ideal for high ball hitters but that doesn’t mean the shaft can’t be played by golfers that don’t launch the ball as high. Those golfers can pair the BiMatrx Tour Prototype with a higher lofted driver as the low spinning shaft can negate some of the spin of a higher lofted driver for increased carry and roll. Put the ball in play off of the tee this year and color coordinate your driver at the same time with the Grafalloy BiMatrx.

Grafalloy BiMatrx Prototype Graphite/Steel Shaft Black #GRFMBMBK $79.99 ea.
Grafalloy BiMatrx Prototype Graphite/Steel Shaft Pink #GRFMBMPK $79.99 ea.
Grafalloy BiMatrx Prototype Graphite/Steel Shaft White #GRFMBMWH $79.99 ea.
Grafalloy BiMatrx Prototype Graphite/Steel Shaft Neon Orange #GRFMBMOR $79.99 ea.
Grafalloy BiMatrx Prototype Graphite/Steel Shaft Neon Blue #GRFMBMBL $79.99 ea.
Grafalloy BiMatrx Prototype Graphite/Steel Shaft Lime Green #GRFMBMGR $79.99 ea.

3 comments

  1. Justin says:

    Who isn’t surprised by this? While the $80 tag is still high in my opinion, at least they aren’t trying to gouge people by charging $100+ for this shaft…

  2. Mike says:

    These are great now we need to bring back the true temper crossfire shafts for hybrids and fairway woods.

  3. Pin High Golf says:

    Mike,

    Your statement about the Crossfire shafts is very true. That was probably the finest shaft they ever developed for the purpose and it is a shame they discontinued it.

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