Matrix OZIK TPHDe is the full extension of the Hexadecagonal geometry for enhanced feel. Advanced Zylon and Boron Interply Technology. The center of gravity has been revised to allow for longer builds and use of heavier heads.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Ozik HX3 white tie hybrid is the counterpart to the ever popular X3 white tie wood shaft. The X3 white tie series generates from the highly successful Ozik Xcon series, performing with the same high launch low spin characteristics. The Ozik HX3 white tie hybrid is offered in 85 grams with multiple flexes to choose from.
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The Ozik HQ3 red tie hybrid was released as a matching hybrid to the Q3 red tie wood shaft offering mid launch and spin characteristics with a stiff tip section for added stability. The Ozik HQ3 hybrid is offered in 85 grams with multiple flexes to choose from.
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The Ozik HM3 black tie hybrid is the counterpart to the tour proven Ozik M3 black tie wood shaft. The Ozik M3 black tie series was designed on the industry leading and patented HD platform which features a flat, lower spinning ball flight often preferred by players with higher ball speeds. Better players preferring additional stability in the tip section will benefit from the tightest design construct ever released by the Matrix R&D team. The Ozik HM3 black tie hybrid is offered in 85, 95, and 105 grams with multiple flexes to choose from.
Designed for the serious player, OZIK PROGRAM HD iron shafts are the first iron structure in golf to incorporate HD technology. After advanced DE analysis of the leading steel iron shafts, Matrix engineers discovered inefficiencies that are manifested in shaft instability and dispersion. To combat this inefficiency Matrix head of R&D Daniel You, engineered the OZIK PROGRAM HD iron shaft to be more stable and launch progressively higher as you get into the longer irons. Additionally, OZIK PROGRAM HD irons are designed to add 12% more spin to offset the loss in spin rate caused by the new USGA groove rule.