MCS 70 Orange Graphite Wood Shafts

 
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GMS-MCS70-W

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Price: $13.95
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GMS-MCS70-WAL
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GMS-MCS70-WRS
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MCS 70 Orange Graphite Wood Shafts

  • Unlike conventional graphite shafts MCS graphite shafts are filament wound, not table rolled. The result is virtually no spine for increased consistency, improved uniformity and more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. If all the talk about spine aligning and shaft pureing made you confused, don't look further.
  • The MCS (Multi Control System) features a mid bend point for controlled trajectory. The firm tip section offers accuracy and superior control.
  • The MCS 70/75 share the same specifications and come in two color combinations.
  • Guaranteed 100% high modulus, high strength graphite.
  • Bend Point: Mid-High
  • Ball Flight: Low-Mid
  • Tip Trimming:
    • Wood L-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood A-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
    • Wood R-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood S-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5".
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A/L 4.2° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 71 g Mid
Wood R/S 3.3° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 71 g Mid
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5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Thomas Reese
Nov 8, 2013
I paired this shaft with an Acer XK Titanium Driver 460cc 200g. This shaft has excellent reaction for my slower temple swing which pomotes a mid ball flight

Advantages: 100% high modulus, high strength graphite. Bend Point: Mid-High
Ball Flight: Low-Mid

Disadvantages: None that I can find
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ALLAN CLAPP
Mar 13, 2021
At age 69 I thought I'd never have to worry about drives that surpassed my eyesight, until today. I married this orange MCS 70 r/s shaft to an X Force P42 10.5 driver head. It was only 50 here today but my drives carried well past 200yards which has always been a barrier for me, and they were straight as well. Can't wait for the warm weather to get here now. I've been totally impressed with every club I built from Monark components.

Advantages: Perfect flex for 80+mph swing. well balanced, I felt in total control of my swing. This is go-to wood shaft from now on.

Disadvantages: Wish I would have found it sooner.
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Jesse Casteel
Sep 3, 2015
Best shaft for the dollar and better than shafts costing 10x as much. Reshafted my Exotics XCG 3 driver and Reshafting my exotic fairway woods with this shaft

Advantages: Quality

Disadvantages: None
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Lance Matteo
Oct 16, 2014
The MCS 70 Graphite shaft is a great deal for the price and the performance of these shafts are really good. I was impressed with the stability and feel in these shafts.

Advantages: You can tweak these shafts to fit your swing in that you can experiment with the tip trimming to dial in exactly the flex you need and not be afraid to ruin an over priced high end shaft. I have had high end shafts that don't perform as well as these MCS 70's do.

Disadvantages: Haven't found any as of yet!
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Bobby
Dec 28, 2013
This customer purchased the item at our site.
First I like Monark Golf overall for quality products at lower prices then most other golf component sites. I also like their fast shipping. I have used MCS shafts before and find them of very good quality. My drive averages about 270 yards. Some times I put a long one out there lol

Advantages: Quality made and attractive at a good price

Disadvantages: none
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Q
1 out of 1 found this question helpful. Do you? YES NO
Asked by Curtis Hansen on Jun 21, 2020
A
wood shafts have 0.335' tip diameter. the hosel bore of hybrids is 0.370". A wood shaft will not fit. Hybrid head needs a shaft with 0.370" tip diameter
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jul 10, 2020


Description

MCS 70 Orange Graphite Wood Shafts

  • Unlike conventional graphite shafts MCS graphite shafts are filament wound, not table rolled. The result is virtually no spine for increased consistency, improved uniformity and more consistent recovery rate at moment of impact. If all the talk about spine aligning and shaft pureing made you confused, don't look further.
  • The MCS (Multi Control System) features a mid bend point for controlled trajectory. The firm tip section offers accuracy and superior control.
  • The MCS 70/75 share the same specifications and come in two color combinations.
  • Guaranteed 100% high modulus, high strength graphite.
  • Bend Point: Mid-High
  • Ball Flight: Low-Mid
  • Tip Trimming:
    • Wood L-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood A-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5"
    • Wood R-Flex: Driver 0"; #3W 0.5"; #5W 1"; #7W 1.5"; #9W 1.5"
    • Wood S-Flex: Driver 1"; #3W 1.5"; #5W 2"; #7W 2.5"; #9W 2.5".
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Wood A/L 4.2° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 71 g Mid
Wood R/S 3.3° 0.335" 0.605" 46" 71 g Mid
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10 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Thomas Reese
Nov 8, 2013
I paired this shaft with an Acer XK Titanium Driver 460cc 200g. This shaft has excellent reaction for my slower temple swing which pomotes a mid ball flight

Advantages: 100% high modulus, high strength graphite. Bend Point: Mid-High
Ball Flight: Low-Mid

Disadvantages: None that I can find
Loading...Was the above review useful to you? Yes (2) / No (1)
ALLAN CLAPP
Mar 13, 2021
At age 69 I thought I'd never have to worry about drives that surpassed my eyesight, until today. I married this orange MCS 70 r/s shaft to an X Force P42 10.5 driver head. It was only 50 here today but my drives carried well past 200yards which has always been a barrier for me, and they were straight as well. Can't wait for the warm weather to get here now. I've been totally impressed with every club I built from Monark components.

Advantages: Perfect flex for 80+mph swing. well balanced, I felt in total control of my swing. This is go-to wood shaft from now on.

Disadvantages: Wish I would have found it sooner.
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Jesse Casteel
Sep 3, 2015
Best shaft for the dollar and better than shafts costing 10x as much. Reshafted my Exotics XCG 3 driver and Reshafting my exotic fairway woods with this shaft

Advantages: Quality

Disadvantages: None
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Lance Matteo
Oct 16, 2014
The MCS 70 Graphite shaft is a great deal for the price and the performance of these shafts are really good. I was impressed with the stability and feel in these shafts.

Advantages: You can tweak these shafts to fit your swing in that you can experiment with the tip trimming to dial in exactly the flex you need and not be afraid to ruin an over priced high end shaft. I have had high end shafts that don't perform as well as these MCS 70's do.

Disadvantages: Haven't found any as of yet!
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Bobby
Dec 28, 2013
This customer purchased the item at our site.
First I like Monark Golf overall for quality products at lower prices then most other golf component sites. I also like their fast shipping. I have used MCS shafts before and find them of very good quality. My drive averages about 270 yards. Some times I put a long one out there lol

Advantages: Quality made and attractive at a good price

Disadvantages: none
Loading...Was the above review useful to you? Yes (1) / No (1)

Product Q&A
Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
Q
1 out of 1 found this question helpful. Do you? YES NO
Asked by Curtis Hansen on Jun 21, 2020
A
wood shafts have 0.335' tip diameter. the hosel bore of hybrids is 0.370". A wood shaft will not fit. Hybrid head needs a shaft with 0.370" tip diameter
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jul 10, 2020