Online Golf Shaft Trimming Instruction Charts Easier To Find Now! View Online Accounts Balances Too!

For those of you who have needed to find the appropriate trim chart for the shaft (and flex) you ordered we have updated our website with a nice new feature to make that task just a bit easier.  All you need to do it go to the webpage with the shaft you ordered.  Next, scroll down to where the product description is located and click on the SPECIFICATION tab.  One the right hand side of the specification table you will find the trim chart entries.  Simply click on the trim code shaded in blue and a pop up box will appear with that trim chart and any trim notes.  This is just another example of how Hireko is striving to make your club assembly operation more efficient.

Online Trim Chart Feature
Online Trim Chart Feature 2

View Account Balances
Now you view your account balances online.
1. First log into www.hirekogolf.com
2. Click on “My Orders” in the left hand column
3. Then click on “View Accounts Receivables”
and that’s it!

View Accounts Balance 1

View Account Balances 2Power Play Warp Speed Irons

 

 

 

What’s The Tackiest Golf Grip Ever? View Independent Test Results On Lamkin ACE 3GEN Grips

Lamkin ACE 3GEN Grips Beats The Competition In Independent Test Results For Tackiness

Lamkin puts their new super-tacky Lamkin ACE 3GEN grips to the test. Find out which grips are the tackiest by watching this video detailing their test results. Lamkin golf grips recently contracted with an independent testing firm to conduct a test on their ACE 3GEN grips to determine their level of tackiness and compare the results of the same test to two other popular golf grips. The results were surprising.

Ask any teaching pro. Too much grip pressure leads to too much tension, which leads to — well, nothing good.

Lamkin ACE 3 GEN Golf GripBut a tackier grip provides you with a confident connection without unnecessary grip pressure. The result: less tension in the hands, arms and swing for longer and more consistent shots. In the end, isn’t that why you play?

Lamkin’s ACE 3GEN (Ace Advanced Cohesive Elastomer) is a proprietary synthetic rubber compound created by Lamkin chemists to deliver the highest level of surface tackiness and shock absorption. A better material to help you play better golf. It is both soft and tacky-providing unmatched “single-strike” vibration-dampening properties that protects a golfer’s hands and arm joints from jarring shockwaves. Used in other applications and industries, ACE 3GEN mutes virtually all vibration and stinging of the hands at impact, providing an incredibly soft feel. The material maintains a high level of tackiness and can be easily wiped for a fresh feel and excellent traction. And unlike competitors’ soft polyurethane grips, Lamkin ACE 3GEN is a form of synthetic rubber that has very low torque – similar to that of a traditional rubber grip-and will not feel as if it’s sliding around the shaft at impact. That firmness lasts throughout the life of the grip. The Lamkin ACE 3GEN also features a vastly improved resistance to environmental aging and weathering factors. The material will not absorb any moisture and its tackiness is activated by toweling off the grip or using a light abrasive brush. It continually performs better if it’s cleaned regularly.

CLICK HERE TO BUY LAMKIN ACE 3GEN GRIPS

GDW Component Golf Adapters

Basics of Golf Clubmaking Video Series Part 3 “How To Read Golf Shaft Trimming Instructions” Now Online!

Basics of Golf Clubmaking SeriesNew To Golf Clubmaking? Follow Our New Clubmaking Video Series!

Download the Hireko Golf CatalogHave fun and learn how to assemble a custom golf club, while getting started In custom golf clubmaking in just a few short minutes. The “Basic Golf Clubmaking Video Series” of easy to understand and step-by-step golf clubmaking videos are taught by Hireko Golf’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt. Jeff will walk you through all the basic steps required and show you how to build a golf club from golf components. The benefits of assembling your own golf clubs are many from the financial rewards to being able to match the components and their specifications specifically to your swing characteristics, naturally lowering your scores. In addition, assembling golf clubs from components in a great new hobby that not only you can enjoy and perfect throughout your lifetime, but can potentially become profitable as well.

BASICS OF GOLF CLUBMAKING VIDEO SERIES
How To Assemble a Golf Club Videos

Part 1. Getting Started With Golf Clubmaking

Contents of this first video on how to assemble a golf club include the tools and materials needed to get started plus handy tips to make sure you always begin your assembly process correctly.

Part 2 Test Fitting Golf Components


Contents of this second video will teach you proper pre-assembly techniques. It is always a wise practice to check the fit of the head and shaft prior to building your golf club.

Part 3 How To Read Golf Shaft Trimming Instructions


Contents of this third video will explain how to read and understand tip trimming tables so you know how properly tip trim a golf shaft. With shafts becoming more and more expensive, one tip trims the shaft (if any is required) so the shaft plays the flex as the manufacturer and you don’t make an expensive mistake. How to read golf shaft trimming instructions is imperative to building the proper set of golf clubs.

Part 4 Tip Trimming a Steel Shaft with a Tubing cutter (coming April 26)

Part 5
Properly Abrading or Sanding the Shaft
Tip (coming May 3)

Part
6 Ferrule Installation and Epoxy
Application (coming May 10)

Part 7 Turning Down the Ferrule on a Golf Club (coming May 17)

Part 8 Cutting a Golf Shaft to Length (coming May 24)

Part 9 How to Install a Golf Grip (coming May 31)

Part 10 Final Clean Up and Final Thoughts (coming June 7)

What Will the “Basics of Golf Clubmaking Video Series” Teach Me?
– Show you all the materials and tools needed to get started
– How to tip trim and properly abrade a golf shaft
– How to properly install, epoxy and turn down ferrules
– How to cut a golf shaft to length
– Final clean up
For more detailed information on golf clubmaking, refer to Jeff Summitt’s best-selling book,
The Modern Guide to Golf Clubmaking

Basic tools needed for the “How To Assemble a Custom Golf Club” series include:

Bench Vise
Vinyl Shaft Clamp #RAVC $2.20 each
48″ Clubmaking Ruler #MIT025 $10.99 each
Tubing Cutter
Hacksaw
Rod Saw Blade #GG12-50T $3.95 each
Sandpaper (Course 80-110 grit, Medium 150-180 grit)
Utility Knife #MIT051 $9.95 each
Golf Ferrule Installation Tool #FBLOCK $19.95 each
Catch Basin

and materials you will need:

24-hour, high strength Golf Shafting Epoxy #EP05 $5.95 each
Sandpaper
Masking Tape
Two-Way Golf Grip Tape #PIP $.40 per strip
Felt Tip Marker
Golf Grip Solvent #SV02 $3.95 each
Acetone
Paper Towels
Golf Ferrules Starts $2.45
000 Steel Wool


Hireko Has The Lowest Price On All Branded Shafts & Grips It Carries. Period
View our Price Match Guarantee On Branded Shafts & Grips here.

Enjoy!

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KBS Shafts Win 2013 Masters with a Thrilling Playoff Victory

KBS Shafts Win 2013 Masters Golf Tournament

The second major title for KBS Golf Shafts  in under a year

KBS Tour Golf ShaftsThis past weekend KBS Golf Shafts were trusted in an exciting come-from behind victory at The Masters. The KBS Tour golf shaft (130g X flex) has been in this professional’s full setup since 2011 when he was ranked 31st in world rankings. Today, this professional is a major winner and the 3rd ranked player in professional golf. This is the second major for the KBS Shaft brand in under a year (2012 Open Championship).

KBS shafts were in 16 player’s bags this past week at The Masters, including the reigning US Amateur and British Amateur champions. This marks the first victory for KBS shafts at The Masters after coming in second place the past two seasons (2011 and 2012).

In addition to this tremendous victory at The Masters, KBS also won the Web.com Tour’s WNB Classic. This professional has now won twice on the Web.com tour with the KBS C-Taper shaft (125g S+ flex). The KBS team has seen tremendous growth on the Web.com tour the past two seasons, with players looking for every improvement to make it to the PGA TOUR. 31 players trusted KBS this week at the WNB Classic.

KBS golf shafts have been in contention the past four years at The Masters, and we are thrilled this professional won his first major title with our Tour shaft. Already recognized as one of the great ball strikers in professional golf, he has elevated his game since switching into KBS in 2011. We congratulate this player and his team on a terrific performance.” said Kim Braly, Director of KBS Tour Operations.

Model #UKB01
KBS Tour Steel Golf Shaft
$24.95 each



Forging Ahead with the All-New Acer XS Hybrid

Acer XS HybridsThe Acer XS hybrids are a little deeper faced than the Acer XF for those who fear getting right under the ball with a very shallow faced design or those with a steeper angle of attack.

What do you get when you combine a popular body shape, with a hot face and a semi-offset hosel that will fit the majority of golfers who would rather opt for a hybrid golf club over a long iron?  You end up with the all-new Acer XS hybrid golf club.  Don’t let the pretty face (not to mention copper crown) fool you as there is lots of technology built into these great all-around golf hybrids to match the rest of extensive Acer XS family.

Breaking the mold
I mentioned this previously when we introduced the Acer XS Titanium Fairway wood a few weeks ago; in order to make something Download Hireko Golf Catalogbetter, you got to change the old ways of doing things.  That’s exactly what we did.  But first, let’s examine the ways that hybrids have been typically fabricated using a two-piece investment cast construction technique.  That is, one piece consists of the crown, hosel, face and skirt and the secondary piece is the sole plate which will be welded together to form the hollow bodied club. This is called a “sole pull” as the tooling is pulled from the sole.

Acer XS HybridsThere are variations of this as well.  For instance a “crown pull” consists of one piece comprising the sole, face, skirt and hosel and then a separate crown piece that is usually thinner and lighter to be able to lower the center of gravity.  There is also a “face pull”, with one piece bearing the crown, skirt, sole and hosel and then a separate face piece, which may be variable thickness and/or a specialty material (such as maraging steel) for performance and added distance.

Using any of these techniques, you can make a good hybrid club.  But what if there was another method – one in which you can control the walls thicknesses and materials in more specific areas?  Well there is and it is called forging.  The Acer XS hybrids are produced the same way as many forged titanium heads, which consists of typically 4 separate pieces: crown, soleplate and skirt, face and hosel. By doing so, we could combine the benefits of both a crown pull and face pull design into one.

Wow! What an amazing sound and feel
While we have better weight distribution in the club for higher launch conditions and added forgiveness, what you are most likely to experience the first time you hit these forged face hybrids is the amazing sound and feel at impact.  That is because of the forged specialty stainless steel face that we made to as thin as we dared.

VIEW TECHNICAL DIRECTOR JEFF SUMMITT’S REVIEW OF THE ACER XS HYBRIDS BELOW!

Final Touches
The XS hybrids are a little deeper faced than the Acer XF for those who fear getting right under the ball with a very shallow faced design or those with a steeper angle of attack who tend to hit up higher up the clubface.  Don’t worry these thin forged crown hybrids still have a very low center of gravity. These are a neutral biased hybrid due to the semi-offset hosel making them easy to align. Lastly, the white and orange contrasting scorelines against the black PVD finish really frames the sweet spot area well.

TIP
If you are asking yourself, “When do I need to use a hybrid golf club”, use this acid test.  Look at your distances of your irons starting from the 9-iron and working backwards.  Let’s say your 9-iron goes 120 yards, 8-iron goes 130 yards and your 7-iron goes 140 yards.  You start to see a pattern that should extend the same (10 yards in this case) per club.  If you are like most golfers, there is a point they see a large drop off somewhere with their current irons due to lack of solid contact or not optimizing the trajectory and spin of their longer irons.  You really don’t need a hybrid golf club distance chart to tell that your current irons need to be replaced with something else.  If that may be the case, then we hope you will consider the Acer XS hybrids to provide you with better course management and less redundancy in your bag.

Model #IW106526
Model #XIW106526
Acer XS Hybrid – Clubhead
Acer XS Hybrid – Custom Assembled
$22.95 each
$49.95 each

Build Your Own Golf Clubs How To Videos

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Basics of Golf Clubmaking Video Series Part 2 “Test Fitting Golf Components” Now Online!

Basics of Golf Clubmaking SeriesNew To Golf Clubmaking? Follow Our New Clubmaking Video Series!

Download the Hireko Golf CatalogHave fun and learn how to assemble a custom golf club, while getting started In custom golf clubmaking in just a few short minutes. The “Basic Golf Clubmaking Video Series” of easy to understand and step-by-step golf clubmaking videos are taught by Hireko Golf’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt. Jeff will walk you through all the basic steps required and show you how to build a golf club from golf components. The benefits of assembling your own golf clubs are many from the financial rewards to being able to match the components and their specifications specifically to your swing characteristics, naturally lowering your scores. In addition, assembling golf clubs from components in a great new hobby that not only you can enjoy and perfect throughout your lifetime, but can potentially become profitable as well.

BASICS OF GOLF CLUBMAKING VIDEO SERIES
How To Assemble a Golf Club Videos

Part 1. Getting Started With Golf Clubmaking

Contents of this first video on how to assemble a golf club include the tools and materials needed to get started plus handy tips to make sure you always begin your assembly process correctly.

Part 2 Test Fitting Golf Components


Contents of this second video will teach you proper pre-assembly techniques. It is always a wise practice to check the fit of the head and shaft prior to building your golf club.

Part 3 How to Tip Trim a Golf Shaft/Reading Shaft Trimming Instructions(coming April 19)

Part 4 Tip Trimming a Steel Shaft with a Tubing cutter (coming April 26)

Part 5
Properly Abrading or Sanding the Shaft
Tip (coming May 3)

Part
6 Ferrule Installation and Epoxy
Application (coming May 10)

Part 7 Turning Down the Ferrule on a Golf Club (coming May 17)

Part 8 Cutting a Golf Shaft to Length (coming May 24)

Part 9 How to Install a Golf Grip (coming May 31)

Part 10 Final Clean Up and Final Thoughts (coming June 7)

What Will the “Basics of Golf Clubmaking Video Series” Teach Me?
– Show you all the materials and tools needed to get started
– How to tip trim and properly abrade a golf shaft
– How to properly install, epoxy and turn down ferrules
– How to cut a golf shaft to length
– Final clean up
For more detailed information on golf clubmaking, refer to Jeff Summitt’s best-selling book,
The Modern Guide to Golf Clubmaking

Basic tools needed for the “How To Assemble a Custom Golf Club” series include:

Bench Vise
Vinyl Shaft Clamp #RAVC $2.20 each
48″ Clubmaking Ruler #MIT025 $10.99 each
Tubing Cutter
Hacksaw
Rod Saw Blade #GG12-50T $3.95 each
Sandpaper (Course 80-110 grit, Medium 150-180 grit)
Utility Knife #MIT051 $9.95 each
Golf Ferrule Installation Tool #FBLOCK $19.95 each
Catch Basin

and materials you will need:

24-hour, high strength Golf Shafting Epoxy #EP05 $5.95 each
Sandpaper
Masking Tape
Two-Way Golf Grip Tape #PIP $.40 per strip
Felt Tip Marker
Golf Grip Solvent #SV02 $3.95 each
Acetone
Paper Towels
Golf Ferrules Starts $2.45
000 Steel Wool


Hireko Has The Lowest Price On All Branded Shafts & Grips It Carries. Period
View our Price Match Guarantee On Branded Shafts & Grips here.

Enjoy!

Acer XS Forged Irons

 

Build Your Own Golf Clubs With The Hireko Golf “Basics of Golf Clubmaking Video Series”

Basics of Golf Clubmaking SeriesNew To Golf Clubmaking? Follow Our New Clubmaking Video Series!

Download the Hireko Golf CatalogHave fun and learn how to assemble a custom golf club, while getting started In custom golf clubmaking in just a few short minutes. The “Basic Golf Clubmaking Video Series” of easy to understand and step-by-step golf clubmaking videos are taught by Hireko Golf’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt. Jeff will walk you through all the basic steps required and show you how to build a golf club from golf components. The benefits of assembling your own golf clubs are many from the financial rewards to being able to match the components and their specifications specifically to your swing characteristics, naturally lowering your scores. In addition, assembling golf clubs from components in a great new hobby that not only you can enjoy and perfect throughout your lifetime, but can potentially become profitable as well.

What Will the “Basics of Golf Clubmaking Video Series” Teach Me?
– Show you all the materials and tools needed to get started
– How to tip trim and properly abrade a golf shaft
– How to properly install, epoxy and turn down ferrules
– How to cut a golf shaft to length
– Final clean up
For more detailed information on golf clubmaking, refer to Jeff Summitt’s best-selling book,
The Modern Guide to Golf Clubmaking


BASICS OF GOLF CLUBMAKING VIDEO SERIES

How To Assemble a Golf Club Videos
Basic tools needed for the “How To Assemble a Custom Golf Club” series include:

Bench Vise
Vinyl Shaft Clamp #RAVC $2.20 each
48″ Clubmaking Ruler #MIT025 $10.99 each
Tubing Cutter
Hacksaw
Rod Saw Blade #GG12-50T $3.95 each
Sandpaper (Course 80-110 grit, Medium 150-180 grit)
Utility Knife #MIT051 $9.95 each
Golf Ferrule Installation Tool #FBLOCK $19.95 each
Catch Basin

and materials you will need:

24-hour, high strength Golf Shafting Epoxy #EP05 $5.95 each
Sandpaper
Masking Tape
Two-Way Golf Grip Tape #PIP $.40 per strip
Felt Tip Marker
Golf Grip Solvent #SV02 $3.95 each
Acetone
Paper Towels
Golf Ferrules Starts $2.45
000 Steel Wool


Part 1. Getting Started With Golf Clubmaking Video

Contents of this first video on how to assemble a golf club include the tools and materials needed to get started plus handy tips to make sure you always begin your assembly process correctly.

Part 2 Test Fitting Golf Components (coming April 12)

Part 3 How to Tip Trim a Golf Shaft/Reading Shaft Trimming Instructions (coming April 19)

Part 4 Tip Trimming a Steel Shaft with a Tubing cutter (coming April 26)

Part 5
Properly Abrading or Sanding the Shaft
Tip (coming May 3)


Part
6 Ferrule Installation and Epoxy
Application (coming May 10)

Part 7 Turning Down the Ferrule on a Golf Club (coming May 17)

Part 8 Cutting a Golf Shaft to Length (coming May 24)

Part 9 How to Install a Golf Grip (coming May 31)

Part 10 Final Clean Up and Final Thoughts (coming June 7)

Hireko Has The Lowest Price On All Branded Shafts & Grips It Carries. Period
View our Price Match Guarantee On Branded Shafts & Grips here.

Enjoy!

Power Play Zero Gravity Shaft

Introducing the Acer XS Iron Series – A Model to Suit Any Skill Level

Acer XS Irons

From beginner to professional and everything in-between, the Acer XS Iron Series provides game improvement where it is needed most! Download Hireko Golf Catalog

Acer X-series irons of the past years have been all about providing a specific model offering varying degrees of forgiveness for golfers of any skill level with a stylish design and yet an affordable price.  This year we have taken it up a notch by providing four distinctive irons in the all-new Acer XS iron series. If you are asking what makes these different from the popular Acer XF irons we currently offer, the answer is plenty.  Without further ado, let’s examine each of the four models and see who each is intended for.

 

Acer XS Standard Iron
Let’s start out with what will be the most popular of the four models. The Acer XS Standard Iron was created to fit the widest range of players from mid to higher handicappers.  First of all, the XS irons have a revamped face profile (not just a facelift) giving it a fresh new look compared to the previous Acer XF version.

Since this model is all about forgiveness, we concentrated a greater amount of weight toward the low, toe region of the cavity to create a high moment of inertia iron for maximum performance and a more solid feel at impact.

Acer XS Standard Iron Cutaway

The sole width is narrow for an iron in the game-improvement category. This enables it to be hit from a variety of lies you might encounter on the course.  It has a good amount of offset to help the average golfer square the face at impact, but not so much that it makes it hard to align at address.  This is just a great all-around club for the average player who is uncertain of what iron they need.

Model #I3686
Model #XI3686
Acer XS Iron – Clubhead
Acer XS Iron – Custom Assembled
$9.95 each
$24.95 each

 

Acer XS Pro Iron
The XS Pro Iron model is a modified version of the standard model as the weighting principles are the same, but how we went about it varies slightly.  The blade length is shorter as a better player is less likely to miss as far out on the heel or toe as a less accomplished player. Therefore, it allows for a little more workability, but still far more forgiving than a muscle or forged cavity back that the “Pro” designation may allude to.

The Acer XS Pro’s could be used by some mid handicapped players too.  The reduced offset iron (45% compared to the XS standard) is preferred by better players who generally don’t need the assistance of added offset to help square the face at impact.  However, there are a number of average golfers who still need a forgiving head without the excessive offset found in most game-improvement heads.  Those of you who fall in that category will really appreciate the Acer XS Pro irons.

These also feature the narrow sole, but with a thinner topline and progressive center of gravity (become higher the more loft) to control ball flight.

Model #I3691
Model #XI3691
Acer XS Pro Iron – Clubhead
Acer XS Pro Iron – Custom Assembled
$9.95 each
$24.95 each

 

Acer XS HT IronsAcer XS HT Irons
The Acer HT Irons or high trajectory irons are targeted more for mid to higher handicappers, slower swing players and those that have more of a sweeping-type swing or really anyone wanting an extremely forgiving head that will get the ball up in the air.

There are three things we did differently to the Acer XS HT irons versus the standard version even though they share the exact same blade length and offset.  For starters, the loft is 1º weaker (or higher lofted). By itself, that will not help much to increase the ball flight.  However, if you look at the toe profile diagram, you can see that the HT club is shallower to lower the center of gravity. Lastly, this model has 20% wider sole than our standard Acer XS model to shift the center of gravity back further, which also assists making the shaft bend more forward upon impact and create additional loft.  All these parameters work in harmony to make this one of (if not) the easiest to hit iron in our entire line product line. The perfect irons for those that struggle to get the ball up in the air!

Acer XS HT Irons

 

Model #I3690
Model #XI3690
Acer XS HT Iron – Clubhead
Acer XS HT Iron – Custom Assembled
$9.95 each
$24.95 each

Acer XS Forged Iron

Acer XS Forged Irons
The Acer XS Forged iron was designed for a smaller segment of the golfing population – the better ball strikers.  This is why I describe it as a player’s cavity.  These forged cavity back irons offer some game-improvement over a traditional muscleback or blade iron, but not nearly as forgiving as the XS Pro.

The Acer XS Forged iron is precision forged from soft carbon steel and then the entire back is CNC milled into the cavity shape you see including an additional step to create an undercut cavity. This is very similar the best forged iron of ours in recent history – the Dynacraft Prophet Tour CNC iron, but with a fuller cavity.

Acer XS Forged IronsGOLF TIPS MAGAZINE GAVE THE ACER XS FORGED IRON A “FORGIVENESS SUPREME” AWARD IN THEIR 2013 ANNUAL GOLF TIPS BUYERS GUIDE! GOLF TIPS STATED “”Wow Factor: These are silky smooth and nicely balanced.”

Model #FI303516
Model #XFI303516
Acer XS CNC Forged Iron – Clubhead
Acer XS CNC Forged Iron – Custom Assembled
$34.95 each
$49.95 each


Quikfit Clubfitting SystemThe QuikFit Clubfitting System
For professional club fitters, remember we offer the standard, Pro and HT in our QuikFit Clubfitting program in both right and left hand.  The QuikFit cuts down on the initial cost and inventory of demo clubs in your shop, while making it portable and being able to fit your customer with the right head and shaft combination leaving no guesswork or doubt when it comes time for your customer to pick up their clubs.

As you can see, there are four very distinctive irons to fit virtually any player or skill set as golfer may have. From beginner to professional and everything in-between, the Acer XS provides game improvement where it is need most.  Each of these irons can be mixed with any of the XS drivers, fairways or hybrid to build your ultimate set of golf clubs.

 Acer XS HT Irons
Model #QI3686
Model #QI3691   Model #QI3690
Acer XS Iron with Quikfit
 Acer XS Pro Iron with Quikfit
 Acer XS HT Iron with Quikfit
$14.95 each
 $14.95 each  $14.95 each
   


View Technical Director’s Jeff Summitt’s Video Review on the Acer XS Iron Series

 

Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue Shaft Spring Sale! Get Over $10 Off When You Buy Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 45, 65 and Red Shafts! Buy Now For Only $39.95 (reg. $49.99)!

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Buy the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 45, 65 or Red Shafts now for only $39.95! Reg. $49.99. Sale ends April 30. 2013 so buy now! No coupon necessary.

Download the Hireko Golf CatalogGrafalloy ProLaunch Blue Shafts

Grafalloy Prolaunch is the first golf shaft developed, designed and tested utilizing the latest in launch monitor technology in order to help golfers achieve optimal launch conditions for added distance.

The Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 45 Graphite Shaft is our lightest shaft, ideal for slower, controlled swing speeds.

The Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 65 Graphite Shaft is our most popular weight for a wide range of players. It features a lower torque design for added stability.

The Grafalloy ProLaunch Red Driver Shaft features a low ball flight counterpart to the original ProLaunch. Proprietary Micro-Mesh tip technology provides lower torque for greater stability while offering superior feel at impact compared to other low trajectory, tip-stiff composite shaft designs.

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