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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 Backordered
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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

    UST Mamiya Recoil Irons is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Recoil iron shafts I have been building clubs for 20 years, just assembled a set of irons with 660 shafts, have to say some of the best feeling shafts I have ever assembled. Shaft loads and performs won't be disappointed, plays true to flex...
    Date published: 2015-05-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great shaft I use these shafts the (recoil 660and 670) for re-shafting my hybrids. The weight increase, though minor) is perfect for me. My only complaint is that the 680 does not come in regular stiffness. A real good stick.
    Date published: 2015-06-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Golf shaft Didn't get to buy it they discontinued the shaft. The shaft is great in my pitching wedge. Wish I could buy the rest of my set.
    Date published: 2015-08-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from fantastic shaft put shaft on adams hybrid 6 - super feel and control - these are terrific shafts
    Date published: 2015-05-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lightweight shaft Good enough to be used by an LPGA pro. Lightweight, consistent .
    Date published: 2015-07-28
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    Have 15* Adams Idea Super LS Hybrid. Is this a .370 tip? Also have a Callaway Big Bertha hybrid with a USA Mamiya 460 Recoil shaft in F3 flex. Is this an iron shaft? Can I reshaft Adams hybrid with the 460 Recoil iron shaft to match BB hybrids?

    Asked by: tom71
    UST does make a Recoil Hybrid shaft for Callaway and it would be a little different then the Recoil Iron shaft. You could reshaft the Adams hybrid with a Recoil Iron shaft but it will be a little different then the Callaway Hybrid shaft but not much. If I were trying to match the Callaway Recoil Hybrid shaft I would use the Recoil 460 Iron shaft.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2015-08-20

    Can I get recoil 660 f2 for my Ping G25 irons?

    Asked by: Beau from NC
    The Ping G25 irons require a taper tip .355 shaft. The Recoil 660 are only available in a .370" tip.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-08-18

    What is the specs on Ping G30 irons?? parrallel tip or taper??? .370 or .355??

    Asked by: Mark11
    The G30 irons and all Ping irons with both steel and graphite shafts use .355" taper tip shafts. We can special order the UST Recoil 670 shafts from UST with a .355" taper tip. You would need to call our Customer Service Department and they would be able to help you with this special order.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2015-08-06

    Am considering putting graphite shafts in my set of Callaway Razer irons which now have steel uniflex shafts, what shaft would you recommend (senior flex) and will the tip size be the same?

    Asked by: Oscar Brown
    There are a number of good graphite iron shafts that could work. Callaway has been using UST Recoil 460 in their new Big Bertha irons. We stock both the 460 and 660. The 460 produces a high ball flight and is a 63 gram weight shaft. The 660 produces a medium to mid medium ball flight and is a 68 gram weight shaft. Both could work well depending on which specifications best fit your needs. The Aerotech Steelfiber and Xcaliber graphite iron shafts are also very good. Your Callaway Razr irons use a .370" parallel tip shaft.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2015-07-28

    I have the 660 recoil ?regular shaft in callaway apex clubs. If I change the shaft to the 670 regular will it tighten the dispersion and still give me the same ball flight and distance?

    Asked by: FinL
    UST's descriptions of the 660 and 670 shafts says the 660 produces a medium to medium high ball flight and the 670 a medium ball flight. If the slightly increased weight of the 670 works better for you then it could tighten your dispersion other then that the changes from the 660 to 670 are not that drastic that they should cause drastic changes.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2015-07-13

    I have a set of Hogan Apex Irons. Deadweight 450grams, swing weight D4 - both The irons are taper tips. My driver swing speed is 85MPH. My ball flight is generally lower than average. What to do to get senior flex and weight down?

    Asked by: John Mac
    For every 9 grams you reduce the shaft weight, generally the swingweight will go down by 1 swingweight point assuming the same playing length and no adjustment to the head weight or grip weight. So if you were looking to get the swingweight down to D2 for example, you would want to look for a shaft that is 18 grams lighter than the ones you currently have in the Hogan irons. Nippon has several Taper Tip steel shaft offerings ranging from 73 grams in the Zelos 7 to 93 grams in the NS Pro 8950 at 93 grams. If you are wanting to stay with steel, the NS Pro 8950 could be a good choice. It is a higher trajectory shaft that could help your lower ball flight and it should reduce the swingweight by approximately 4 swignweight points.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-07-08

    ping shaft need a .355 tip

    Asked by: mels
    Ping irons do require a .355" tip shaft.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-06-18

    Is there any difference between 680 F4 and 95 f4 besides the 95 being slightly heavier?

    Asked by: Rbviolin
    The 680 F4 is a .370 prallel tip shaft and the Recol 95 F4 is a .355 taper tip. The 680 parallel tip comes in one length that you would tip trim for flex and then butt trim to final playing length. The .355 tapered 95 can not be tip trimmed. Each individual shaft length would be installe inthe correct head number and then cut to final length from the butt. The 95's would also be a constant weight shaft, where the 680 would get progressively lighter the shorter the shaft is cut.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-06-15
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