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JUNE 2017

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Matrix Shafts

Matrix TPHDE Golf Shafts

Matrix Altus Tour Golf Shafts

Matrix Ozik Altus MFS Series Shafts


Matrix Shafts, located in Anaheim's Canyon Center for Advanced Technology, was founded in 1993 with the aim of creating class leading golf shafts for tour players and weekend players alike. What sets Matrix apart in the shaft industry is near obsessive attention to performance advancements, quality control, and a desire to use emerging technologies regardless of expense. After years of slowly building a cult following among elite club makers and technically savvy tour players, the growth Matrix always knew would come has been increasing exponentially in the last few years. The disciplined approach of cutting edge design theory, precision craftsmanship and innovative aesthetics has positioned Matrix to make bold steps moving forward. Chief Designer Daniel You has earned a reputation for intuitive designs and a keen ear to tour players to further refine his products. Similar to the trickle down of technology in motor racing, the Matrix line of shafts created for developing players has benefited through a "First to tour, first to market" approach.

The Matrix Product Advisory Board is an elite group of representatives in the golf industry who serve as true ambassadors of the Matrix brand. Consisting of PGA Professionals, dealers and highly competent golfers from around the globe, the Product Advisory Board plays an important role in the developmental stages of shaft design. Members test and provide feedback on all prototype shafts allowing the Matrix R&D team to receive an "all important feel aspect" of shaft testing, which is highly valuable before sending shafts out to tour and into the final production stages. Matrix Shafts is honored to have these individuals on the Product Advisory Board and truly value their contribution in knowledge and expertise into making our products the best available.

Matrix Shafts

Matrix Shaft Technology

The "HD" Design refers to the 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 than with any previous Matrix shaft.

Angular Velocity Fulcrum butt design (AVF) : Much like in a modern archer's bow, the AVF design seeks to create momentum and angular velocity by using the biggest and strongest portion of the shaft (the butt section) more effectively. Conventional golf shafts do not focus on the butt section to build kinetic energy, preferring instead to allow the shaft's tip section (the shaft's smallest and weakest point) to control angular velocity, launch angle, and backspin rates. In AVF shafts, using ideas borrowed from archery, energy is built in the butt section and then dynamically released towards the mid section. With this high-energy butt section and gradient energy flow through the tip section, a giant, powerful fulcrum is created which greatly increases the force that is applied to the clubhead and the golf ball.

Circumferential Flexural Integrity is an innovative layup method devised to insure a shaft's flexing properties are consistent around the 360 degree 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.