Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH Tour Steel Iron Shaft

Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH Tour Steel Iron Shaft


R Flex 39.5" (#1 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 39.0" (#2 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 38.5" (#3 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 38.0" (#4 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 37.5" (#5 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 37.0" (#6 iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 36.5" (#7 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 36.0" (#8 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 35.5" (#9 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 35.0" (Wedge) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 39.5" (#1 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 39.0" (#2 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 38.5" (#3 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 38.0" (#4 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 37.5" (#5 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 37.0" (#6 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 36.5" (#7 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 36.0" (#8 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 35.5" (#9 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 35.0" (Wedge) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH Tour Steel Iron Shaft

Features:
  • .355 tip
  • Features weight balance and adjusted wall thickness construction to position the 1150GH Tour in the semi-lightweight class.
  • Exclusive two-weight-point design increases rigidity of both tip and grip.
  • Construction adds speed due to the lightweight mid section and stability due to the reinforced tip and butt.
  • Perfect for golfers who want the feel of a shaft that swings fast, but plays under control

Trimming Instructions

Nippon Shaft Specifications

Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH Tour Steel Iron Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plays like TT S300 but 10% Lighter. I am able to control the ball well and gained 5 yards distance. Ball has good stopping power on greens with the N.S. Pro 1150GH Stiff Shaft.
Date published: 2015-07-18
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I need a shaft of a length of 35.75 so do I need to order one at 36.00 and cut it? 

Asked by: Karim
You need to order the correct raw length shaft for the club number you are reshafting. The shaft will then be cut to the 36" length that you need. With the Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH the raw length shafts for each club number are as follows: 39.5" = 1 iron 39" = 2 iron 38.5" = 3 iron 38" = 4 iron 37.5" = 5 iron 37" = 6 iron 36.5" = 7 iron 36" = 8 iron 35.5" = 9 iron 35" = All Wedges
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-19

I have Mizuno JPX825 irons with KBS tour S flex shafts. My pro told me I should be using a R flex in a lighter shaft. Would the 111gr Nippon NS Pro 1150 be too noticeably light in the R flex or should I use the S flex and soft step the shafts? Others?

Asked by: wildbair
The Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH R flex shaft is 111.5 grams and 116 grams in the S flex. The KBS Tour S flex weights 120 grams and the R flex 110 grams. Soft stepping the Nippon S flex will only lighten the shaft by 4 grams. I would look at the KBS Tour 105 (FS0041) R flex or the Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 105 (NP0016). Even the Nippon N.S. Pro 950GH (NP0012) has been a very popular shaft and with this one using the S flex and soft stepping might work real well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-12

how much should the swingweight be lowered, compared to the Modus for example, because of the higher balance point in the 1150GH?

Asked by: Small Hammer
I do not have the balance point measurements on all the Modus shafts to know just how much difference there might be. The 1150GH on the 39" raw length shaft is 20.5" up from the tip end and on the Modus 130 it measures 20.125". Probably at least 1 and maybe as much as 2 swingweights in these two shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-05

I am interested in reshafting my ping i20 irons with Nippon N.S. pro 1150 S shafts.  I tried one in my 7 iron and like it.  I want them to be std factory ping lengths.  Would I order 4 iron 39", 5 ir. 38.5, 6 ir. 38", 8 ir. 37", 9&W 36" and butt trim? THX

Asked by: Vclay
Nippon references the 38" raw length for the 4 iron. Here are the raw length shafts you would need. 4 = 38" 5 = 37.5" 6 = 37" 7 = 36.5" 8 = 36" 9 = 35.5" W = 35" If you know which raw length shaft was used in the 7 iron you hit I would certainly reference that. Keep in mind that Ping irons will add in the range of 1" to the finished club length so a 38" shaft into the 4 iron would give you a club in the 39" finished length range. You will butt cut to your finished lengths.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-20

Hi, Are these shafts Taper or Parallel tips? Thanks

Asked by: DaveG
The NP0003 is a .355" taper tip and the NP0002 is the .370" parallel tip version.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-22

Are the N.S. Pro 1150GH shafts similar in performance to the Pro Modus 120 shafts?

Asked by: Angel
From looking at our test data the Pro Modus Tour 120 gets stiffer in the lower part of the shaft compared to the N.S. Pro 1150GH. The balance point measurement is 1" higher the 1150GH which would produce a lower swingweight. Nippon lists the Modus Tour 120 as producing a low/mid trajectory and the 1150GH as producing a mid trajectory and the test data seems to back that up.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-08

I play clubs that are longer since I am 6'5". My Titleist 5 iron is 39.5" and my PW is 37". Would it be best to order the Nippon PW shaft at 35" and put extenders in the butt or could I just order the 37" 6 iron shaft for my PW? Would that work? Thank you

Asked by: TheJimmer
It would be best to stay with the recommended shaft length of 35" for your PW and then install the extension to reach your desired playing length.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-04-01

Is 39.5" a one iron, down to 35" pw

Asked by: Small Hammer
Yes, the 39.5" shaft is the #1 iron shaft and the 35" shaft is for the wedges. We have updated the order menu to make this easier to order.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-03-02
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