UST Mamiya Recoil 660/670/680 Irons

UST Mamiya Recoil 660/670/680 Irons

Recoil 670 Iron, S Flex - 370" tip (78g) 4B2M -
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Recoil 680 Iron, S Flex - 370" tip (82g) 4B2M -
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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UST Mamiya Recoil 660/670/680 Irons

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.

  • Great feel and lightweight options to increase club head speed for greater distance
  • Lighter weights for faster club speed
  • Medium to medium high ball flight
  • Trimming Instructions

    UST Recoil Graphite Iron Shaft Specifications

    UST Mamiya Recoil Irons is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 15.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Recoil iron shafts I have been building clubs for 20 years, just assembled a set of irons with 660 shafts, have to say some of the best feeling shafts I have ever assembled. Shaft loads and performs won't be disappointed, plays true to flex...
    Date published: 2015-05-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lateral control perfect ball flight. I now have two sets of irons with the shafts. I am 64 and a 3 handicap. Hit my 7 iron about 155 with light weight steel stiff shafts about 163 to 165 with UST shafts. Can shape my shots. Hit it high or low. The best shafys I have found for me yet. Very consistent daft to shaft. Picked up 9 to 10 yards carry with my 4 iron. 195 to 205. Big difference.
    Date published: 2016-08-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lightweight shaft Good enough to be used by an LPGA pro. Lightweight, consistent .
    Date published: 2015-07-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mamiya 670 F3 Recoil graphite shafts!!! Fantastic graphite shafts that give you the feel of steel along with the lightweight performance of graphite. I'm a 56 yr old male that used to have tired/sore shoulders and forearms after every round of golf or visit to the range. Not with my new Regular flex Recoil 670s. AWESOME!!!
    Date published: 2016-07-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great shafts I put these shafts in my old Cleveland TA5 gunmetal irons (6 to PW). On the launch monitor at my local golf fitter I hit these clubs further than "new" irons from cleveland, TM, Titleist, Callaway and Mizuno. The fitter was just laughing, he finally said- "ok, you got me, the new graphite shafts are as controllable as iron shafts and are longer (in my case 10 yds). I also put the Recoil 95's in my PW, SW and LW. I hit them higher and again about 10 yds longer. Most importantly way better feel on chip and pitch shots. I am 58, 12 index and no longer have sore joint pain in shoulders, hands and elbows. UST graphite irons are all over LPGA and now are showing up on champions tour. My prediction is next big advances in technology is increased iron distance. This distance will come more from shafts then club material design. My fitter (a very good one) agrees. So try your favorite set you have used over past 15-20 yrs(remember those DCI's ;-) with these shafts- try it in one club, say 7i, be objective and you may surprise yourself and scare the *%#! out of your buddies. BTW I installed shift shafts and not R (f4 in UST speak). Fitter was very good at explaining that the correct stiffness is a factor of both swing speed and tempo and not just swing speed.
    Date published: 2017-01-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great shaft I use these shafts the (recoil 660and 670) for re-shafting my hybrids. The weight increase, though minor) is perfect for me. My only complaint is that the 680 does not come in regular stiffness. A real good stick.
    Date published: 2015-06-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Golf shaft Didn't get to buy it they discontinued the shaft. The shaft is great in my pitching wedge. Wish I could buy the rest of my set.
    Date published: 2015-08-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Alternative to light weight steel I made a set of equal length irons with these shafts and I am very satisfied with the irons which I made. They are slightly stiffer than the rating, but are very consistent.
    Date published: 2016-01-23
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    Does UST MAKE A RECOIL 680 in a F3 flex? If so, what is the gram weight? Thanks, greg

    Asked by: Greg
    No, UST does not manufacture the Recoil 680 iron shaft in an F3 flex. They do make the Recoil 780ES (US0099) in an F3 flex. It would be very close to what a 680 F3 flex would be if they made one.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2018-01-04

    What happened to the Recoil 670 iron shaft in regular flex? It was listed on the web, but now is not. If I buy the Recoil 670 stiff, would soft stepping work to make them regular flex? If so, how would that affect trajectory?

    Asked by: Bill
    They are being replaced for 2018 with a new model. From what I have been told the shafts will be the same with a new finish. If you purchase S flexes you would have to tip trim approximately 1" less then what is recommended to make them play closer to an R flex. Your set makeup will dictate if this is possible.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-22

    what kick point do these have high or low ths

    Asked by: sacky
    The Recoil 660/670/680 iron shafts would have a mid to mid/low kick point.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-15

    Jim, Replacing a set of Ping G30 irons/TFC419i R shafts with Wishon 771CSI heads and am considering the Recoil 670 F3 shafts. Do you have any comparison data on the two shafts? I play the G30's well, 7 iron distance 145-148 but flight is a little high.

    Asked by: napapat225
    I do not have any comparative data from the TFC419i iron shafts to be able to compare to the Recoil 670 F3 shafts. In the R flex the shafts would be similar in weight and I would expect them to be similar in launch and trajectory. I just do not know if the Ping shafts play true to flex. The Recoil shafts do play true to flex.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-11

    When will the 660 f3 be back in stock?

    Asked by: Juice93
    We will not be getting this 660 F3 flex back in stock. It is being discontinued and will be replaced by the 660SC which is the same shaft with a different finish. We could possibly special order the 660 F3 for you. You would need to call Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358. We have the newer 660SC on order and hopefully will have them soon but I do not have a date at this time.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-11

    660 or 670, is it possible to get either of these up to a firm frequency

    Asked by: Tim
    I do not have any assembled frequency numbers with the Recoil shafts to compare what might make a firm frequency. The Recoil shafts have a 5.5" parallel tip length and we recommend keeping 1.5" of parallel tip length for proper installation. To create a firm flex, between and R and S flex, you would have to start with the S flex (F4) and tip trim less then what is recommended to create an in between flex. Approximately 1/2" less tip trimming would create an in between flex but I am not sure what frequency it will create.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-04

    Trim spec calls for 1 inch tip trim.If I add a 10 gram weight to tip do I have to trim extra off tip.if I do cut extra off tip does that change flex. Thks

    Asked by: Brad
    If adding 10 grams of weight gets you into a normal swingweight range then no you would not do any addtional tip trimming. A heavier then normal swingweight will make the shaft play more flexible and a lighter then normal swingweight will make the shaft play stiffer. An average swingweight would be in the D2 range.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-04

    Just cleaned out hostels on cf16 1.5 inches deep. my new recoils only go in 1.25 Leaving .25 gap at bottom can I use that gap for the 10 gram tungsten weight. Seems hosel is slightly tapered I tried putting pulled shaft  in they two only go in 1.25 

    Asked by: Squat17
    With the tip weight installed in the shaft you want it to install all the way to the bottom of the bore. If you were installing the shaft without the tip weight you would want the shaft to go all the way to the bottom of the bore. Make sure you have sanded the shaft properly. With the Recoil shafts once the tip is sanded it should be the same color as the unpainted butt end of the shaft.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2017-12-04
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