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#1 eriquinho



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Posted 14 October 2006 - 02:30 PM

I am considering getting this shaft for my 3 wood. Does anyone know if you trim the shaft from the steel side or the graphite side?


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Posted 14 October 2006 - 07:22 PM

I know the previous bimatrix model was butt cut only.


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Posted 17 October 2006 - 11:01 AM

this one is butt trim only also, you can tip trim it if you want but the tourque is already around 2.0 so your looking at a 3wood shaft with 1.0 tourque if you tip trim it.  the bi matrx plays alittle weak in my opinion so if you usually use a regular a butt trimed stiff should be fine, if you use a stiff, the butt trim Xstiff would play fine,  I'm a stiff to x stiff tweener and am using the bimatrix Xstiff in a sq 15* 3 wood and am having smashing sucess, a great shaft if you use your woods off the tee alot since it is a long distance low spin high launch combo similar to a second driver type club,  not the most workable shaft, but if you are good at working the ball(my strenght) you should have no problem working this shaft either, if you are into higher spin shafts (gd ys+, graffalloy pro launch blue, not the original graffalloy blue) that are easy to work, don't go here its just too big of a difference and will not really fit well with the rest of your clubs.  I think that the graffalloy comp NT in 75 is a better shaft if you like that higher spin smoother feel, with comparable distance,  just my two cents


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