Nippon N.S. Pro 8950GH .355" Iron Shafts

Nippon N.S. Pro 8950GH .355" Iron Shafts


A Flex 39.0" (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 38.5" (#4 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 38.0" (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 37.5" (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 37.0" (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 36.5" (#8 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 36.0" (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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A Flex 35.5" (Wedge) - .355 tip (93g) 2B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 39.0" (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 38.5" (#4 Iron)- .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 38.0" (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 37.5" (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 37.0" (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 36.5" (#8 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 36.0" (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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R Flex 35.5" (Wedge) - .355 tip (97g) 3B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 39.0" (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 38.5" (#4 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 38.0" (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 37.5" (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 37.0" (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 36.5" (#8 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 36.0" (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (97g) 4B2H
$24.50
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S Flex 35.5" (Wedge) - .355 tip (97g) 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 8950GH .355" Iron Shafts

  • Ultralite 97 gram iron shaft designed for golfers of all skill levels who find traditional steel models too heavy to swing naturally, yet find traditional graphite iron shafts too light to control.
  • Features a constant weight system for uniform feel with each iron in the set.
  • Mid Bend Point yields a mid/high launch profile.
  • Available in both .370" Parallel and .355" Taper Tip iron shafts.
  • Trimming Instructions

    Nippon Shaft Specifications

Nippon Pro N.S. Pro 8950GH Steel Iron Shafts is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from senior flex! Re shafted by old Ping eye II heads 4 iron through Wedge and they are great took all of the shock out of the shots and since i can swing them easier it's much more fun!
Date published: 2015-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from quality product. I have been using Nippon shafts for 20 plus years. I have tried others but Nippon is the best and they do what the co. says. I have gone to the "A" flex because of my age and it preforms Great ,as I expected. Chuck
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shaft Perfect shaft for a lot of senior golfers that think graphite is too light.
Date published: 2015-11-07
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Previously I was told that the 8950gh is much softer compared to other R flex shafts. Can you give me some idea how much? Are we talking about half a flex or more?

Asked by: Tom
When I compare our shaft profile data on the 8950GH to the average of all the R flex steel shafted irons we have tested it tests a little more then a full flex more flexible. I have personally not hit this shaft to be able to make that comparison but would expect it to play more flexible.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-26

I am looking for a "soft regular" flex but I have read conflicting info on the 8950gh shafts. Some say it plays firmer than the flex indicates and others say softer. Does any one know for certain?

Asked by: Tom
When I compare the shaft profile data from the 8950GH 39" R flex to the average profile of all the 39" R flex iron shafts we have tested the 8950GH tested much more flexible. I have not hit it to say how it feels to be able to give you that point of view.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-21

I'm planning on ordering a Maltby TE Forged 7 iron with this 8950gh shaft in R Flex. Final length of club to be 37". Going to have GolfWorks assemble it. With the light weight of these shafts will it be a problem getting a D1 - D2 swingweight?

Asked by: Golfball
With a 50 gram grip the estimated swingweight would be around D0. To get to D1 - D2 you would probably need to add 2 to 4 grams with either a tip weight or lead tape. An alternative way to get to the D1 - D2 swingweight would be to use a grip that weighed no more than 42 grams.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-05-22

I'm planning on ordering a Maltby TE Forged 7 iron with this shaft in R Flex. Final length of club to be 37". Going to have GolfWorks assemble it. With the light weight of these shafts will it be a problem getting a D1 - D2 swingweight?

Asked by: Golfball
Assuming a 50 gram weight grip and standard length, 36.75", this would come up in the C7 range. To get it to D2 we would need to add approximately 10 grams and 8 grams for D1.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-22

Are Nippon 8950GH iron shafts to be butt trimmed to lenght?

Asked by: Wheez
Yes, butt trim only, unless you are trying to stiffen up the cpms a bit. But, they recommend butt trim only, even in the .370. I have two sets of irons. One with the Nippon 950GH and another with the Nippon 8950's. I am not convinced that what the Nippon rep said to Dane4480 is true. When I compared these two iron sets on a Maltby frequency analyzer, the 950GH (R) 5-iron at 38" was about 300cpm (cycles per minute) in the butt-end and the 8950's (R) 5-iron was about 290cpm. Maybe he was mistaken and had them reversed? Or, if indeed the 'butt' is supposed to be slightly firmer, regardless, during play, the Nippon 8950's feel much more 'tip soft' than the 950GHs, with quite a bit more kick from the tip end, getting the all in the higher in the air. I like the 950's (R) in my shorter irons and the 8950's (R) in my 5 and 6 irons. Due to my slow swing speed, I just built a new Maltby TE 4-iron with an 8950 (A-flex) shaft to try out. Good result, dead straight, nice medium-high flight, onto the green between two traps.
Answered by: Lee
Date published: 2017-03-19

68 years........6 iron goes 150 Playing Nike Covert Forged 2.0 with stock regular 950GH. Thinking of installing 8950GH senior shaft . Would like to not work quite as hard. Will changing to the 8950GH SENIOR make a difference ?

Asked by: georgie boy
Actually not true. The Nippon 8950 plays 1/2 flex stiffer than the 950GH. Got this from a top fitter in Sarasota last year.
Answered by: dane4480
Date published: 2016-12-16

Will this shaft fit Cobra S3 irons?

Asked by: mjc1xx
Yes it will fit. Cobra used a .355" tip diameter shaft in their S3 irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-14

Thinking about soft-stepping the 8950GH 0.355 Regular rather than going to senior flex. In your opinion, what would be the result?

Asked by: RJM
Soft stepping one club will make the shafts play approximately a quarter of a flex more flexible. Soft stepping 2 clubs will be approximately a half a flex. These shafts do test and play a little more flexible then normal so soft stepping the R flex might not be a bad idea.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-10-14
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