Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 .355" Tip Iron Shafts

Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 .355" Tip Iron Shafts


R Flex 37.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 37.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 38.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 38.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 39.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 39.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 40.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 40.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 41.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 37.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 37.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 38.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 38.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 39.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 39.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 40.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 40.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 41.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 37.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 37.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 38.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 38.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 39.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 39.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 40.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 40.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 41.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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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 Modus 3 Tour 120 .355" Tip Iron Shafts

The benefits of the high quality and consistent performance of our award winning lightweight N.S. PRO 950GH series can now be found in our new series, N.S. PRO Modus³.

The N.S. PRO Modus³ series shafts are popular with touring pros because they offer optimal performance in the three key areas:
1) High tip rigidity strengthens trajectory. The high-rigidity design of the tip steadies impact to help minimize unwanted spin and realize a stronger trajectory.
2) Low mid-section rigidity controls shaft flex. Low rigidity in the mid section improves shaft control so players with any swing tempo can more easily control their shots.
3) Low butt rigidity enhances comfort. Low butt rigidity improves swing tempo and contributes to a comfortable, smoother feeling upon impact.

Features:

  • Provides Desired Trajectory as a result of the unique structure of a stiff tip section and softer mid section.
  • Provides Accurate Distances due to the unique raw steel material and accompanying heat treatment.
  • Provides Tight Dispersion coming from the exacting tolerances of the highest quality level
  • PGA Tour tested and designed to meet the demands of the stronger player.

Trimming Instructions

Nippon Shaft Specifications

Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 .355 Tip Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smooth, long and great trajectory! Installed in a few clubs to test... now I'm putting in all my irons. Smoother than the KBS Tour... with the trajectory of Project X. Simply the best iron shaft I've ever hit. Expensive, but well worth it.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality steel shaft for the better playet A very tight great feeling steel shaft of the highest quality
Date published: 2016-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Iron Shaft I've ever hit! Have the 105g shaft in all my irons. The trajectory is perfect. The shaft provides consistency in trajectory and feel with every iron and in every shot. In 30 years of playing it is the best shaft I have ever used
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft I tried KBS Tour, C-taper, Tour V, and Project X before I found these awe some shafts. They feel great, and perform very well. Mid launch and spin are perfect for me.
Date published: 2016-12-29
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Thanks for answering my prior question. I have another one. I can hit R or S flex. I'm a tweener. I'm leaning more towards the R flex. Swing speed with 6 iron is around 80-85. Your thoughts?

Asked by: Mick
You could use the S flex and soft step the shafts. If you install the 2 iron shaft into the 3 iron and so on down through the set you will make the shafts play approximately a quarter of a flex more flexible. You could also hard step the R flex by putting the 37" shaft into wedges and 9 iron and then progressing up through the set in 1/2" increments. In the Modus Tour 120 shafts the 37" raw length shaft is the wedge shaft and the 37.5" shaft would be the 9 iron shaft. In this case you would be making the R flex play approximately a quarter of a flex stiffer and you would have the lighter weight R flex shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-31

I play Titleist 716 CB irons with TT AMT S300. Want something a little lighter. It says these are 120g but your description says 114g. What weight will it play when I install it and cut it to normal factory length?

Asked by: Mick
With the Modus3 Tour 120 the S flex weights 114 grams. The X flex weights 120 grams. If you are working from a 38" finished length 5 iron with the 716 CB irons the cut shaft for this club would be approximately 36.75" long and would weight approximately 106 grams.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-31

I broke my Callaway CF 16 6 iron with Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 120 stiff steel shaft. The clubs were custom fitted and the 6 iron is 37.75". Do you cut it to that length? If so will you install a grip?

Asked by: skip
For the 6 iron you need to order the 39" raw length shaft. Yes we can cut the shaft for your 37.75" finished length and install the grip for you. You might want to call Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 and they can get all your specifications for you to get this shaft set up correctly for you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-16

Can't decide between an S or x in the 120's, I currently play kbs tour in an S but was told I might want x in the modus 120 because my 7 iron swing speed is 90-92 mph and carry of around 170.  9 iron 145 carry.  Any thoughts on which might work better?

Asked by: Pkcpga
The KBS Tour S flex is a stiffer shaft then the Modus 120 S flex. Even the Modus 120 X flex tests more flexible then the KBS Tour S flex. We reference an S flex for an 8 iron from 150 yards and an X flex for a 9 iron or wedge from 150 yards.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-16

What would be the better flex in this brand shaft I average 150 with a 9 iron would the x stiff be to much would be putting them in them in the mmb-17 heads

Asked by: jake24
We would fit an X flex for a 9 iron from 150 yards. If you have a smooth swing tempo the S flex could still work well. If your swing is more aggressive and you are looking for more control the X flex could work better. Another option would be to take the X flex and soft step them 1 or even 2 clubs. Soft stepping 1 club means installing the 2 iron shaft into the 3 iron and cutting it to the 3 iron length. This will make the X flex play a quarter of a flex more flexible. Soft stepping 2 clubs means putting the 2 iron shaft into the 4 iron and this will make the shaft play a half a flex more flexible or between an S and X flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-03

can i put Cobra s2 forged 355 or 370 tip in Thos heads ?

Asked by: chasz
The Cobra S2 Forged irons use a .355" taper tip shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-25

7 iron length  Modus 120 stiff taper tipped What length shaft?

Asked by: Longputter
In the Modus3 Tour 120 shaft the 7 iron shaft is the 38.5" raw length shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-11

I put the G30 head on the shaft and it came loose twice. Do I need a special ferrule? and If so will I now have to pay a shipping charge possibly making it a $10.00 to $12.00 ferrule?

Asked by: Ted
The ferrule would not cause the shaft to come loose. It sounds like an epoxy issue or were the shaft and hosel prepped properly. Epoxy bonds to a clean abraded surface. The epoxy manufactures recommend a shelf life of 1 year for epoxy. If you have had your epxoy longer than 1 year that could be an issue. Also was the epoxy mixed properly. These are things I would always look at when a clubhead comes loose.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28
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