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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


 

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KUJOH Series

The Matrix KUJOH represents the new structure of fitting. Each year the availability of new materials and the evolution of research allow Matrix to further refine our products. With the success of the STUDIO line and the advances we have made in both design and manufacturing, the re-engineering of our venerable performance line promises to draw more attention than ever. The Matrix KUJOH shafts employ the most advanced flag design and layup method of any shaft in its class and widens performance characteristics, ensuring greater coverage of player types than were previously achievable. With an unmatched variety of wood, hybrid and iron weights, KUJOH provides the serious player a chance to fully construct a set from driver to wedge without mixing and matching bending profiles.
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X3 White Tie Wood


The OZIK X3 White Tie generates from the highly successful OZIK XCON, performing with the same high-launch, low-spin characteristics. The Matrix R&D team took the designs of the XCON and found a way to increase the stability and provide a tighter feel through the shaft in the OZIK X3, without having to increase the overall weight. The OZIK X3 has a progressively linear graduation at impact, making it more efficient in energy, travel and transfer, resulting in higher ball speed.
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Q3 Red Tie Wood


Replacing the HD series, the OZIK Q3 builds on the sensational success of its predecessor by further refining dispersion patterns while increasing ball speeds.  The OZIK Q3 fits neatly into the middle of the Matrix Flight System, producing mid-launch, mid-spin trajectory, fitting the greatest numbers of players in the bell curve.
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M3 Black Tie Wood


The OZIK M3 series represents the culmination of what Matrix has learned in recent years regarding what the young, aggressive power players on the PGA Tour demand. Designed on the industry leading and patented HD platform, the OZIK M3 features a flat, lower spinning ball flight often preferred by players with higher ball speed. The genesis of the M3 resonates from the flight model of the highly successful M2 series, a winner of numerous PGA Tour events including two Majors. Better players preferring additional stability in the tip section will benefit from the tightest design construct ever released by the Matrix R&D team.
 
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RUL Wood


OZIK RUL is a mid-launching, mid-spinning shaft that incorporates Matrix's Asymmetric Crossply Technology (ACT), enhancing the shaft's ability to recover quickly prior to impact without increasing torque, while at the same time increasing tip velocity. Designs utilizing ACT Technology feature a more active feel without sacrificing stability, resulting in greater distance without a loss of accuracy. Additionally, ACT maximizes club head accelaration producing greater potential tip velocity. This is especially effective for todays modern fairway metals. Widely used on the PGA Tour, OZIK RUL has fast become one of the best selling shafts in the golf industry.
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PZ


Volumes have been written about putting technique and the design engineering involved in making a better putter head. Of late, we have seen more emphasis on scoring with the putter since putting makes up approximately half of a round of golf. Little attention has been afforded to the putter shaft until now. Matrix engineers developed a multi-material composite structure to accentuate the stability and precision of the putter head, while isolating the feel of the golf ball in the hands. By experimenting through robot testing and blending composites such as Zylon and GMAT, Matrix engineers found a way to remove undesirable vibration through the shaft while also reducing putter head oscillation, leaving the isolated feel of the ball on the face and greater stability from start to finish of the stroke. 

Available in black or white along with weight options of 125g, 135g or 145g. 

Also, Available in belly length black or white in 180g