Matrix Ozik Red Tie HQ3 Hybrid Graphite Shaft

 
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Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Hybrid HQ3 S+ (Strong) 2.5° 0.370" 0.646" 42" 91 g Mid
Hybrid HQ3 X 2.4° 0.370" 0.648" 42" 92 g Mid

 

  • On Sale $22.95, Was $125.00 - 86% OFF
  • Brand new and original Matrix graphite shaft, not an OEM version.
  • The Matrix Ozik HQ3 Red Tie .370 Graphite Hybrid Shaft was released as a matching hybrid shaft to the Q3 Red Tie Wood Shaft, offering mid-launch and mid-spin characteristics with a stiff tip section for added stability.
  • Red Tie in a hybrid, The Matrix HQ3 Red Tie Hybrid Shaft has a tour-like feel, with mid launch and mid spin.
  • HD Design: Hexadecagonal (16-sided) internal platform on which the shaft designs are built. HD allows for new levels of structural strength. With  the stronger 16-cut butt section, Matrix engineers are able to better structure and strengthen the tip section without adding overall weight. At times this even lowers balance points to better match high MOI and low CG heads. The result is a stronger "tip-strength-to-weight" ratio.
  • CFI Technology: Circumferential Flexural Integrity is an innovative layup method devised to insure a shaft's flexing properties are consistent around the 360º circumference. It is imperative to keep these values as close together as possible during manufacturing to ensure consistent dynamic response and output performance of the shaft. A shaft must have the same flex characteristics around it's circumference before it can be truly matched to another shaft. Matrix also manufactures a testing apparatus called The Universal. This was designed to provide technically advanced club builders and OEMs an opportunity to test any shaft on the market.
  • Gradient Energy Flow tip design (GEF) : Conventional golf shafts experience their greatest amount of energy deformation between the mid and tip sections. This "weakness" will reduce the stability of the clubhead at impact and can accentuate the "sliding" of the clubface across the ball, leading to higher spin rates. GEF minimizes energy loss at tip section and Allows for more stability at impact.
  • Tip Torsional Resistance is a proprietary method of controlling the unwanted deformation and add stability in the lower sections of a golf shaft. TTR greatly reduces the tendency of the tip of a shaft to twist in the impact zone and significantly reduces the longitudinal deformation ("S" curve) while in dynamic motion. This added structural stability results in controlled side launch deviation, more centered contact, more consistent spin results, and higher energy transfer into the golf ball.
  • Bend Point: High
  • Ball Flight: Low
  • Tip Stiffness
  • Tip Trimming: 14º 0"; 16º 0"; 19º 0.5"; 22º 1"; 25º 1.5"; 28º 2"; 31º 2.5"

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Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Hybrid HQ3 S+ (Strong) 2.5° 0.370" 0.646" 42" 91 g Mid
Hybrid HQ3 X 2.4° 0.370" 0.648" 42" 92 g Mid

 

  • On Sale $22.95, Was $125.00 - 86% OFF
  • Brand new and original Matrix graphite shaft, not an OEM version.
  • The Matrix Ozik HQ3 Red Tie .370 Graphite Hybrid Shaft was released as a matching hybrid shaft to the Q3 Red Tie Wood Shaft, offering mid-launch and mid-spin characteristics with a stiff tip section for added stability.
  • Red Tie in a hybrid, The Matrix HQ3 Red Tie Hybrid Shaft has a tour-like feel, with mid launch and mid spin.
  • HD Design: Hexadecagonal (16-sided) internal platform on which the shaft designs are built. HD allows for new levels of structural strength. With  the stronger 16-cut butt section, Matrix engineers are able to better structure and strengthen the tip section without adding overall weight. At times this even lowers balance points to better match high MOI and low CG heads. The result is a stronger "tip-strength-to-weight" ratio.
  • CFI Technology: Circumferential Flexural Integrity is an innovative layup method devised to insure a shaft's flexing properties are consistent around the 360º circumference. It is imperative to keep these values as close together as possible during manufacturing to ensure consistent dynamic response and output performance of the shaft. A shaft must have the same flex characteristics around it's circumference before it can be truly matched to another shaft. Matrix also manufactures a testing apparatus called The Universal. This was designed to provide technically advanced club builders and OEMs an opportunity to test any shaft on the market.
  • Gradient Energy Flow tip design (GEF) : Conventional golf shafts experience their greatest amount of energy deformation between the mid and tip sections. This "weakness" will reduce the stability of the clubhead at impact and can accentuate the "sliding" of the clubface across the ball, leading to higher spin rates. GEF minimizes energy loss at tip section and Allows for more stability at impact.
  • Tip Torsional Resistance is a proprietary method of controlling the unwanted deformation and add stability in the lower sections of a golf shaft. TTR greatly reduces the tendency of the tip of a shaft to twist in the impact zone and significantly reduces the longitudinal deformation ("S" curve) while in dynamic motion. This added structural stability results in controlled side launch deviation, more centered contact, more consistent spin results, and higher energy transfer into the golf ball.
  • Bend Point: High
  • Ball Flight: Low
  • Tip Stiffness
  • Tip Trimming: 14º 0"; 16º 0"; 19º 0.5"; 22º 1"; 25º 1.5"; 28º 2"; 31º 2.5"

HD from matrixshafts on Vimeo.

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