UST Mamiya Recoil 95 Taper Iron Shafts

UST Mamiya Recoil 95 Taper Iron Shafts


Recoil 95 #2 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 41.0" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #3 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 40.5" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #4 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 40.0" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #5 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 39.5" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #6 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 39.0" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #7 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 38.5" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #8 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 38.0" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #9 Iron, R Flex - 355" tip 37.5" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 Wedge, R Flex - 355" tip 37.0" (93g) 3B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #2 iron, S Flex - 355" tip 41.0" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #3 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 40.5" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #4 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 40.0" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #5 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 39.5" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #6 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 39.0" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #7 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 38.5" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #8 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 38.0" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #9 Iron, S Flex - 355" tip 37.5" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 Wedge, S Flex - 355" tip 37.0" (93g) 4B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #3 Iron, X Flex - 355" tip 40.5" (93g) 5B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #6 Iron, X Flex - 355" tip 39.0" (93g) 5B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #8 Iron, X Flex - 355" tip 38.0" (93g) 5B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 #9 Iron, X Flex - 355" tip 37.5" (93g) 5B1M -
$44.99
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Recoil 95 Wedge, X Flex - 355" tip 37.0" (93g) 5B1M -
$44.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

UST Mamiya Recoil 95 Taper Iron Shafts

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.

  • Lightest weight option in a .355 taper tip.
  • Designed to produce efficient energy transfer for increased ball velocity and greater distance. 67% more efficient than steel.
  • Recoil™ 95 produces a medium ball flight.
  • Trimming Instructions

    UST Recoil Graphite Iron Shaft Specifications

    UST Mamiya Recoil Taper Iron Shafts is rated 4.857142857142857 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Taylormade driving iron (UDI) shafts I bought the shafts to put in a collection (2-3-4) of Taylormade UDI's (driving irons). I liked the shafts overall but just felt they were a bit too stiff for my liking. I swapped the Recoil 95's shafts in stiff flex out for some Aerotech SteelFiber i95cw's shafts in stiff flex. It made all of the difference in the world, much more subtle feel & I felt that I wasn't required to swing hard & my best every time. I think if I had used the Recoil 95 shafts in regular flex, I would have been delighted & never would changed to the SteelFibers. All of my other clubs are stiff flex which leaves my thinking the Recoils are a bit firmer flex than others.
    Date published: 2016-07-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from recoil shafts experience i have bought the recoil 95 grams stiff shafts last month and just started to use them. the feeling is i bit different but much better as i use to play with the S 300 steel shafts from Dynamic gold. i think i have to get use to them before giving my final review. all what i can tell that it feels nice and and comfortable. i should check on the swing weight once again as i feel loosing distance... it might be an adjustment to be made at the club fitting center .
    Date published: 2016-02-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from UST 95 Recoil Taper Tip Graphite Shaft I really like the shaft, but for me it's a litle too heavy. It's perfect for someone whose played stteel shafted irons. I''m used to a lighter graphite shaft (70-75 grams.) I'm requesting the 800 Series Recoil Shaft, which UST will only sell through their Club Fitting Alliances.
    Date published: 2015-07-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shafts. I recently reshafted my irons with Recoil 95 F3 shafts. I'm so glad I did. Very pleased with this shaft. Accurate and outstanding feel. Excellent product.
    Date published: 2016-04-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review of recoil 95 .355 tip I bought 95 soft stepped 2x for a ping I25 6 iron and it works well. MY apex2 have f2 660 and I love these. DWR
    Date published: 2016-02-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great replacement for irons Replaced , my KBS extra stiff for Recoil 95 X stiff, very happy..
    Date published: 2015-10-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great feel Put the shafts on dBm forged heads best clubs I have ever hit
    Date published: 2016-07-06
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    Currently w/ taylormade M2 irons 4-AW. Hit my driver between 260-280, 8 iron goes about 155-165. Been playing stiff steel shafts that came on clubs. I seem to fall in between stiff and x stiff. Would these fit, and if so what flex would u recommend?

    Asked by: Bryan
    The M2 irons use a .370" parallel tip size shaft. The US0085 Recoil 95 iron shafts are a .355" taper tip. You will need to shim these taper tip shafts to fit the .370" parallel hosel bore. We have the SHIMT shims for doing this and they work very well. We can special order the Recoil 95 shafts from UST with a .370" parallel tip, which would be another option. We reference an 8 iron from 150 yards for an S flex and a 9 iron or wedge from 150 yards for an X flex. We do not stock the Recoil 95 in the X flex but could special order those from UST for you.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-08-16

    Are the recoil 660 and 95 shafts ascending weight. Looking to do a MOI set using recoil. I have found references to these being ascending weight but seems like on your site the weights are constant?

    Asked by: sgtTy
    The Recoil 95, 110, & 125 are assending weight shafts in that they are lighter for the long irons and get heavier in the short irons. You can see the weight progression at these links on UST's web site. http://www.ustmamiya.com/golf-shafts/irons/recoil-95 http://www.ustmamiya.com/golf-shafts/irons/recoil-110 http://www.ustmamiya.com/golf-shafts/irons/recoil-125 The Recoil 65 (US0100) are constant weight. The Recoil 660 shafts are a .370" parallel tip shaft and will get lighter from the long irons to the short irons as the shafts get cut shorter in length.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-08-10

    Hitting CallawayRazor X forged Irons with Project X 5.5. Will Recoil 95 be a good switch for these forged heads? Still want feel and control but a lighter shaft that will fit. Do you have a lighter weight suggestion?

    Asked by: rich
    The Recoil 95 shafts could work well with the Razor X forged irons. The Steel Fiber Aerotec 95 shafts (AT0015I) are another good option as well as the 80CW (AT0019I). Any of the UST Recoil shafts that are listed as a .370" parallel tip can be special ordered in a .355" taper tip from UST. You would need to contact our Customer Service Department at golfworks@golfworks.com or by calling 1-800-848-8358 for help with a special order.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-08-08

    Since my wrist injury I have changed the steel NS Pro 850 R flex shaft to recoil 65 F3 in my 716 Titliest irons. Plan to change the stock shafts of my Vokey SM6 50,54,58 Deg Wedges to Recoil 95 F3. Is it a good option. My swing speed is 85mph.

    Asked by: Ravi
    I would think the Recoil 95 F3 shafts could work well. Having tried lighter weight graphite shafts in the 70 gram weight range in my wedges I found them to be to light for the touch shots around the greens. The 95 gram weight shaft should help with maintaining the feel on those shots.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-07-05

    I currently use Mizuno MP-25 clubs with KBS C taper lite stiff shafts and would like to change to the Recoil shaft.  I have about a 88 mph swing speed on the seven iron and hit it about 165 yards.  What Recoil shaft would you recommend?

    Asked by: Tom
    The Mizuno MP-25 irons use a .355" taper tip shaft so the Recoil 95, 110, 125 or new 65 are available in .355" taper tip. We can special order the other Recoil iron shafts with a .355" taper tip from UST. The 95 or 110 could be a good choice for someone changing from steel to graphite in your swingspeed range. If you have a smooth swing tempo the 95 should not cause you any problems.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-06-21

     80 miles an hour I'll swing you recommend a 95 Mancia

    Asked by: hammer
    In your previous question you mentioned that you hit a 7 iron 162 yards. That distance could put you into an S flex in the Recoil 95. If you have a smooth swing tempo the R flex could still work as well. You are close to being in between and R and S flex.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-06-13

     I have the new ping i would like to put in a recall 95 regular and will that work i love the carry. swing speed 80  Miles an hour hit 7 our 162 yards 55 yards a carry

    Asked by: hammer
    The Recoil 95 shaft will fit the new Ping irons. It could work well.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-06-13

    I currently play Miura 501 CB's that are 1/2 inch longer. I want to replace the 4 iron with a Titleist 712U with the Recoil shaft. In order to keep lengths consistent, do I need to order the 4iron or 3 iron shaft? Should graphite irons be longer in length

    Asked by: G Swing
    For the Titleist 712U #4 iron you would still order the 4 iron shaft to maintain the proper flex of the shaft. Titlieist listed the 4 iron in the 712U at 38.5" and with graphite you will need to assemble to 39" to maintain a similar swingweight that the club had with a steel shaft.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-06-07
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