UST Mamiya MP5/MP6/MP7 Graphite Wood Shafts

UST Mamiya MP5/MP6/MP7 Graphite Wood Shafts

MP5 - L Flex 46" - .335 tip (50g) 1D3M
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MP5 - A Flex 46" - .335 tip (50g) 2D2M
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MP5 - R Flex 46" - .335 tip (51g) 3B2M
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MP5 - S Flex 46" - .335 tip (52g) 4B2M
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
Tip Prepping

UST Mamiya MP5/MP6/MP7 Graphite Wood Shafts

  • Manufactured using Advanced Micro Ply Technology
  • 38 Micro-Ply layers improve feel without sacrificing performance
  • Low torque to weight ratio - 52 grams at 3.7 torque
  • Designed for extreme power, excellent feel and total control

Trimming Instructions

UST MP5 Shaft Specifications

UST Mamiya MP5/MP6/MP7 Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent addition to my fairway woods! I purchased the MP5 shaft and had them installed in my X-hot 3&5 woods, one of the best decisions that I have ever made. My swing speed is 85-95 MPH and this shaft gives me the needed release at the head to but my ball flight long and straight. Great feel and a reasonable priced improvement to stock shafts.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very stable shaft I installed this shaft on a 2016 GBB driver. I ordered the club with a Kuro Kage tini black shaft which was very difficult to control (hook). The MP5 gives me the light weight and distance I was seeking along with excellent control and trajectory.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MP5, Excellent UST Shaft Purchased the MP5 R-Flex for its lighter weight and lower torque as an alternative to the Mitsubishi Zibuki ZT 60 S-Flex shaft for a Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver. Tipped the MP5 a half inch to play a tad stiffer. The MP5 is more stable and smoother through the hitting zone than the Zibuki. More club head speed/distance is still to be evaluated pending spring weather in Wisconsin, but anticipate good results.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from With Yamaha RMX216 Head Dr. It is parfect fit to me. I got 20y more distance. I'm happy
Date published: 2016-09-07
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My 16 year old HS daughter has a Callaway Big Bertha Driver with a stock Bassara E42 shaft.  Her swing speed has increased to 85-90 mph (she is an 8.1 handicap). She is 5'2" and 94 lbs.  What would be a good new shaft for her and at what length?

Asked by: SammyB
You might look at a shaft like the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue 45 (TT0106) especially if you are wanting to stay in a lighter weight shaft. The Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black HBP 2nd Gen 50 (MR0044) is another good choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-13

Re-shafting my BB V series 3 wood R flex, it has the 52g Bassara shaft but i dont like how it feels, what shafts would work well for this re-shaft, the mp5 seems to be a close match, also, what is the correct shaft tip size for this club head. Thanks

Asked by: Squirreleye
The UST MP5 will likely play more flexible then the stock 52 gram Bassara shaft you currently have. You might look at the Kuro Kage Black HBP 2nd Gen 50 (MR0044) in the R flex as a better match. It would help to know what you do not like about the existing shaft and what you want the new shaft to do for you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-23

I plan on re-shafting my fw woods soon but the tip trim procedure for fw woods on some of these shafts say trim an additional 1 inch for 3w then another 1/2 inch for 5w etc. Doesnt the shaft become too stiff from trimming so much off ? Thanks

Asked by: Monkey
Keep in mind that the clubhead weights for fairway woods get progressively heavier then a driver so if the shafts were all trimmed the same as the driver the shafts would actually play progressively more flexible because of the heavier clubhead weights. Here are traditional clubhead weights for drivers and fairway woods. driver = 200 grams 3 wood = 210 grams 5 wood = 220 grams 7 wood = 230 grams Shafts flex and bend based on their length and how much clubhead weight is on the end of them.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-22

I want to duplicate the specs of the shaft in my Ping G30 and put it in a Cobra Fly Z. The shaft is a ping tour 65 stiff. I am told that UST makes these shafts for Ping. Is there one with similar specs I can get with the cobra adapter?

Asked by: Blubill
The Ping Tour 65 S flex is 61 grams, 3.4 degrees torque and a low/mid launch shaft. In the UST line the ProForce V2 65 (US0001W) would be the closest shaft we have to these specifications. UST may have made the Tour 65 but I know over the years that Aldila made the majority of the graphite shafts for Ping. The Aldila NV 65 (1205W) would also be a shaft that matches up pretty well with the Tour 65.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-15

I have a stock shaft in the Cobra Amp driver, 50g senior, low bend point, mid torque, MPF code, 2D3M. Would the UST MP5, 50g, low bend point, MPF code 2D2M work a replacement shaft?

Asked by: Golfmorr
The MP5 is a 2D2M MPF code but it could still work as a good replacement. It is listed as a high trajectory shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-14

Hello, I'm currently playing the UST Mamiya 680's in F4 in my irons and 4 hybrid and love them. I'm playing the XR16 driver and 3 wood and am wondering what UST shaft might work in these. My driver swing speed is 100 -102.

Asked by: pjbrien
Wood shaft and iron shaft dynamics are very different. The 680 is an 82 gram parallel tip shaft that you obviously like, but doesn't mean that a similar weight would feel or perform the same way in your woods. That being said, UST has come out with Recoil wood shafts that are suppose to be the same technology as in the irons, only designed for woods. They are expensive, at $285.00. There is a 57 gram F4-S flex option. Best selling UST over the last several years is the Proforce V2 Series, available in 55, 65, 75 gram options and is a mid trajectory shaft. Priced as $59.99. With your swing speed, S flex should work in most models you may consider.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-31

I replaced my X2 Hot 4 wood (R) with the XR16 4 wood (A). Stock shafts. I hit a high draw with my X2 Hot and now hit it low and left with the XR16. I love the Recoil shafts in my Apex irons. Please recommend a UST shaft that I can hit a high draw again.

Asked by: Keeg2
We will have a UST Recoil (US0102) wood shaft this year. We are showing they are due in by the end of March. At this link if you scroll down the page you will see the specification box for this shaft. Another UST shaft you might look at would be the ProForce Axivcore Blue 59 (US0037). Callaway listed the stock shaft in the X2 Hot fairway woods as an Aldila Tour Blue 55 gram weight shaft. We do not have that shaft but the Aldila NVS 55 (AL202202) would match up fairly well. It could be another option.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-10

I am hitting a Taylormade M1 Driver. Was thinking about changing to the MP5 and getting the PUREing service. Also, if I get the Tip and Butt trimming and Tip Prepping service would you guys install the tip adaptor?

Asked by: Jeff
You have to order the shaft tip adaptor (TM0023) and request to have us install it. If you want the shaft so that all you have to do is stick it in the M1 driver and tighten the screw then you want to check the tip and butt trimming. We would also need to know which setting in the shaft adaptor you would like the shaft aligned too. It can be best to call this type of order in to Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 and they can help you and make sure they get all the correct information.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-07
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