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: 2015-04-12
Is 39.5" a one iron, down to 35" pw
Asked by: Yarm8888
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
pro a12 what shaft should I put in them. I have kBS X STIFF IN THEM NOW WANT TO DOWN GRADE BUT KEEP SIMILAR WAIGHT
Asked by: BIG BOY
The Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH Tour S flex shaft weights approximately 15 grams less then the KBS Tour X flex. If by down grade you mean more flexible then you might want to just consider using the KBS Tour S flex. It is only about 3 grams lighter in weight. The Nippon shaft that stays closer to the weight of the KBS Tour is the N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 130. However it is a softer tip stiffness design then the KBS Tour.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-14
I want to order shafts for a 7 iron thru gap wedge at standard lengths. Which length shafts do I order or does it not matter? I want to get the nippon 1150 GH tour with stiff flex. Thanks....Dave
Asked by: deckles02
Several ways you could go, but the most basic way, based on you wanting to build the clubs to standard length would be to buy the 37.5" thru 35.5" shaft. 37.5" for the 7 iron, 37" for the 8 iron, 36.5" for the 9 iron, 36" for the PW, 35.5" for the GW. Once these lengths are installed, you would cut to final standard playing length from the butt. There really is no standard playing length, but industry average "standard" playing length for a 7 iron would be 37", 36.5" for the #8 iron, 36" for the #9 iron, 35.5" for the PW iron. The GW, depending on the head weight and personal preference, could be played at the same length as the PW, or progressed by 1/2" shorter to 35".