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UST Mamiya Recoil 660/670/680 Irons



UST Mamiya Recoil 660/670/680 Irons

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Recoil 660 Iron, A Flex - 370" tip (68g) 2B2M - $39.99 In Stock
Recoil 660 Iron, R Flex - 370" tip (71g) 3B2M - $39.99 In Stock
Recoil 670 Iron, R Flex - 370" tip (75g) 3B2M - $39.99 In Stock
Recoil 670 Iron, S Flex - 370" tip (78g) 4B2M - $39.99 In Stock
Recoil 680 Iron, S Flex - 370" tip (82g) 4B2M - $39.99 In Stock
Recoil 680 Iron, X Flex - 370" tip (84g) 5B1M - $39.99 In Stock
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UST Mamiya Recoil 660/670/680 Irons

Finally, a revolutionary technology that will change how you think about iron shafts. UST Mamiya’s new recoil iron shafts are a game changer. In the past, heavy weight graphite iron shafts felt dead and stiff. With UST Mamiya’s exclusive recoil™ technology, we have brought feel back into the shaft, while allowing players to hit a wide range of shots that result in better distance control and pin seeking accuracy.

By positioning over 19 different layers within the shaft, we were able to create a design that outperforms the best steel shafts in the market.

  • Great feel and lightweight options to increase club head speed for greater distance
  • Lighter weights for faster club speed
  • Medium to medium high ball flight
  • Trimming Instructions

    UST Recoil Graphite Iron Shaft Specifications


     
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    I was interested in replacing steel shafts in Ping S56 with graphite but am confused with the tip spec. ?What is the tip spec for this iron?

    Asked by: Rscott
    Your Ping irons require a shaft with the tip size of .355. The Recoil shaft models 95, 100 and 125 are available with this tip size. Code US0085, US0087 and US0088
    Answered by: Kevin F
    Date published: 2015-04-08

    I am thinking about replacing the dynalite 90 R shafts in my Cobra AMP cell irons with Recoil shafts. ?The Recoil 95 has been recommended, but I worry that might be a little heavy, since my goal is to hit the ball higher. ?Which model do you recommend?

    Asked by: RickC
    Comparing steel to graphite is never an apples to apples comparison. The Recoil 95 is probably going to have a slightly higher ball flight than the Dynalite 90 shafts but without fitting you personally the difference may not be that significant. If you need a significant change in ball flight you might want to consider a different model shaft. If you have .370" iron heads any of the other Recoil (660, 670, 680) would produce a higher ball flight. If your irons require a .355" shaft you might look at the XCaliber iron shafts. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_AS0028S
    Answered by: Admin
    Date published: 2015-04-06

    What is the difference between the Recoil 95 and Recoil 95 prototype shafts?

    Asked by: RickC
    The Recoil 95 Proto-type shafts are not available to us for resale. From looking at the specs on the UST website it appears the only difference is the torque. The proto-type has a slightly lower torque.
    Answered by: Admin
    Date published: 2015-04-06

    Last year, I purchased Titleist iron set AP-1 714 whit r?larise graphite shafts KUROYANAGI KAGE low balance iron ( hand right). My accuracy is better, but I lost five to ten yards. What is the shaft do you hav?o suggestion to me

    Asked by: Real
    Without seeing you hit the irons and without comparing the specifications of your old irons and the new irons, it would be difficult to determine the cause of your distance loss. I would suggest you see a qualified professional club fitter to determine the best direction to take to get your distance back. It could be a s simmple as your old irons had stonger lofts than your new ones. Or, it could be related to the shaft fit. A qualified fitting professional should be able to determine the cause and find a solution.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-03-13

    I am going to purchase the Calloway Xr irons that comes with the standard shaft 55. they are offering free upgrade in shaft and I was looking at the UTI 660. How much difference will this make. I am a 12 handicap and I am 71 yrs old.

    Asked by: Mike71
    We do not know the details of the specification of the Standard shaft 55 you refer to. No information we could find. The UST Recoil 660 is an excellent shaft, but hard to say what difference it will make. If we assume the "55" is a weight, then the UST 660 is heavier (68-70 grams), so that might make a difference. If you are looking for distance, we always stress going with the lightest club you can control that still provides you with the feel you prefer.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-03-10

    I have Ping I20 with steel shafts (D2) in regular flex. I'd like to go to a UST Recoil shaft, what would you recommend..

    Asked by: Momo
    The stock steel shafts listed for the I20 irons were the CFS which weight wise is in the 110 gram weight range and designed to produce a higher ball flight. The Ping irons use a .355" taper tip shaft design. In the Recoil graphite shafts the 95/110/125 weight shafts are available in .355" taper tip. The Recoil 110 weight wise would be the closest to the CFS steel shafts in the Ping but might produce a little lower ball flight. The question I would ask you is compared to the performance with your steel shafts what do you need or what do you want the Recoil graphite shafts to do for you. That would help to narrow down the selection.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2015-02-24

    planning on purchasing the recoil 670 shafts,winn drytac midsize grips.Which ferrule is best for the TE heads and graphite shafts.Will this package play to D0-D2 swing weight,or will shaft weights be needed.Thanks

    Asked by: Skinny Cycles
    If you like a basic black, standard .500 length ferrule, the 60PI is the choice. The swingweight largely depends on the length you are going to make the clubs. If you are making them standard length, you will need to add soem weight to get to the D0, D2 swingweight. The reason is the shaft weight is 75-78 grams, which will make it difficult to get to thse swingweights without either adding weight or making the clubs longer.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-02-16

    I am looking for a touch up paint for the Mamiya 660 shaft (chrome finish). ?Any suggestions.

    Asked by: Bob 70
    There isn't an aftermarket paint that you could use to touch up the finish on a graphite shaft. Chrome paint is very difficult to match and the entire shaft would need to receive a clear cote of paint to keep it from peeling off. If the touch up area is small you could try a silver sharpie or other similar marker.
    Answered by: Admin
    Date published: 2015-02-13
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