UST Mamiya’s ProForce V5 is for the player seeking more distance with improved feel over the previous generation. The firm tip section produces a mid-trajectory while the use of superior materials and design produces a very stable and consistent golf shaft.
UST Mamiya Proforce V5 Graphite Wood Shafts is rated
4.7 out of
Rated 5 out of
3 rounds in, and am so glad I bought this shaftGot this shaft for my Titleist 915f 3-wood. Before this, I was playing a 913f with a Diamana S-flex shaft, and fighting some big misses. I feel like going to the 65g X flex, I have a ton more control. I went from a 16.5-degree to a 15-degree, so I can't speak to distance gain from the shaft. But I feel like control is great. I did have this shaft pure'd.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of
Great shaftI bought this a few weeks ago and I have played 4 rounds with it. I went from a 55 stiff to 65 extra. Club head speed decreased, launch angle is at 12 and ball speed stayed the same. I have added about 20 yards on average and I'm hitting about 90% of my fairways. Great product. I definitely recommend for anyone trying to improve there game.
Date published: 2016-04-14
Rated 4 out of
Mike E from
Very good shaft!Tip is a little stiffer than expected, but I very much enjoy a little extra distance with my driver. More consistent direction is coming around.
The RBZ Stage 2 driver used a .350" tip diameter shaft. The ProForce V5 is only available in a .335" tip diameter shaft. You would need to use the BB9065 shaft adaptor with the ProForce V5 shaft to work with the RBZ Stage 2 driver.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-22
Ive had really good results with the V2 in the past and I'm looking to upgrade my current driver and woods shafts, how does the V5 stack up to the V2, I'm thinking about making the switch.
Asked by: Vic
In looking at test data for the 2 shafts I do not see any real difference. If I had used the V2 and liked it I would stay there but I really do not think you would see much if any difference in playability.