Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH .355" Iron Shafts

Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH .355" Iron Shafts


R Flex 39.5" (#1 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 39.0" (#2 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 38.5" (#3 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 38.0" (#4 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 37.5" (#5 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 37.0" (#6 iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 36.5" (#7 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 36.0" (#8 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 35.5" (#9 Iron) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 35.0" (Wedge) - .355" tip (111.5g) 3B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 39.5" (#1 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 39.0" (#2 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 38.5" (#3 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 38.0" (#4 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 37.5" (#5 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 37.0" (#6 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 36.5" (#7 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 36.0" (#8 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 35.5" (#9 Iron) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 35.0" (Wedge) - .355" tip (116g) 4B2H
$24.50
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH .355" Iron Shafts

Features:
  • .355 tip
  • Features weight balance and adjusted wall thickness construction to position the 1150GH Tour in the semi-lightweight class.
  • Exclusive two-weight-point design increases rigidity of both tip and grip.
  • Construction adds speed due to the lightweight mid section and stability due to the reinforced tip and butt.
  • Perfect for golfers who want the feel of a shaft that swings fast, but plays under control

Trimming Instructions

Nippon Shaft Specifications

Nippon N.S. Pro 1150GH Tour Steel Iron Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plays like TT S300 but 10% Lighter. I am able to control the ball well and gained 5 yards distance. Ball has good stopping power on greens with the N.S. Pro 1150GH Stiff Shaft.
Date published: 2015-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice These are a little different than the NS Pro 950 & 1050. A bit stiffer in the tip and a bit heavier which was exactly what I was looking for to help my tempo. You cannot go wrong with the NS Pro 1150.
Date published: 2017-04-06
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do you have specs on the uniflex NS Pro 1100 gh or can you tell me the difference between 1100 gh and 1150 gh shafts

Asked by: Pictou
The information we have is that the 1100 gh were a uniflex design used by a few OEM's, Callaway being one of them. They appear to have been similar to the 1050 gh, but were a few grams heavier, which makes them similar in weight to the 1150 gh. We believe they were a parallel tip .370 as well, but can not confirm that all were .370. Best guess is that they would be similar to the 1150 gh, which is a mid trajectory shaft that is 111 -116 grams in weight.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-07-14

I'm looking for the words "Parallel/Stiff" on these Nippon 1150GH Shafts. Do these terms fit?

Asked by: TGC
The Nippon 1150GH irons are manufacture in both a .370" parallel tip shaft and a .355" taper tip shaft. Parallel/Stiff to me would be the NP0002 1150GH .370" parallel tip and in a Stiff flex. https://www.golfworks.com/nippon-ns-pro-1150gh-tour-steel-iron-shafts/p/NP0002/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-07-06

Play steelhead x14 irons with uniflex steel shafts, looking at buying new steelhead xr irons. Was wondering what Nippon or kbs shaft would compare to the uniflex in playability. Hit my 7 iron 150 yards, quick tempo. Thanks,jim

Asked by: Jim
The Uniflex shafts in the X14 irons weighted 108 grams and were made by True Temper. In KBS shafts the Tour 105 (FS0045) would match pretty well. In Nippon shafts the 1150GH or the Modus3 Tour 105 (NP0021) could match pretty well. 7 iron from 150 yards geneally would be an R flex, with a quick tempo A S flex could possibly work well if accuracy is a problem.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-25

Upgrading Mizuno jpx ez forged-XP 95 S currently D2. Could you tell me how the higher balance point works? I think by increasing the the shaft weight 20G I move 2 swing weight points up to D4 but maybe not cause of the higher balance point. Please advise.

Asked by: andy15
With a high balance point shaft the manufacture puts more weight in the shaft towards the grip end of the shaft. Say we have a 39" raw length shaft and the balance point is 20" up from the tip end of the shaft. This would tell me that the balance point is 1" towards the grip end of the club and the clubs swingweight will get lighter. The balance point on a swingweight scale is 14" down from the butt end of the club. Any weight added in that 14" range between the butt end of the grip and 14" balance point will lighten the swingweight of the club. The closer the weight is kept to the butt end of the club the more it will lighten the swingweight. You could still use a heavier shaft but if it has a higher balance point then the lighter shaft you are replacing it will either maintain or lighten the swingweight compared to the lighter weight shaft. It just depends on how high the balance point is on a particular shaft model.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-07

Hello, I am currently playing s300's in my MP54's, I want to install a lighter shaft and am looking at the modus 3 or 1150 ns pro, only issue I have is I have been reading that the are not as stiff as s300 and I'm worried about dispersion.

Asked by: allan
The lighter weight shafts are going to test more flexible then the S300. I really have not seen an exception to that yet. The Modus3 105 S flex and 1150 N.S. Pro both test more flexible then the DG S300. The Modus3 105 X flex tests much closer to the DG S300.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-24

do you carry these NS pro 1150's in X flex?

Asked by: Ryan
No we do not stock the N.S. Pro 1150GH in an X flex. We would have to special order these shafts for you. You would have to contact Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 or by email at golfworks@golfworks.com and they can help you with the special order.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-09

How many inches from the tip to the first step on a Nippon N.S Pro 1150 on a six iron and how long would it measure before being inserted into the  hosel of a ping s55 ?

Asked by: Glenn
Tip to first step on the R flex 6 iron shaft is 11" and on the S flex the tip to first step measurement is 9.5" Most hosel bore depths measure 1.25".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-29

What ferrule would work with this shaft being installed in Mizuno JPX 850 forged irons

Asked by: Rob
Mizuno used just a plain black ferrule that would be like our 61PI with these irons. Even though the shafts are a .355" taper tip you can use .370" ferrules and they will fit closer to the outside diameter of the hosel and require less finishing. .355" taper tip shafts taper out to approximately .370" where the shaft exists the top of the hosel so the .370" ferrules will work well. http://www.golfworks.ca/golf-club-iron-ferrules-black/p/60PI/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-29
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