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Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black Dual Core TiNi Hybrid Graphite Shafts

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GMRC-7056-HY
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Hybrid 60 - A-Flex
MRMX705-IA
$75.00 In Stock
Hybrid 60 - R-Flex
MRMX705-IR
$75.00 In Stock
Hybrid 60 - S-Flex
MRMX705-IS
$75.00 In Stock
Hybrid 70 - R-Flex
MRMX706-IR
$75.00 In Stock
Hybrid 70 - S-Flex
MRMX706-IS
$75.00 In Stock
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Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black Dual Core TiNi Hybrid Graphite Shafts

  • The new KURO KAGE Black Dual-Core TiNi Hybrid Series is the lightest weight Hybrid option offered under the KURO KAGE brand.
  • This smooth Mid/High launching Hybrid Series was designed to complement the recently released KURO KAGE Black Dual-Core TiNi Wood Series that also includes Dual-Core TiNi Wire technology in the tip section for max stability and feel.
  • Kuro Kage Black Hybrid features a stable and versatile profile, to match the playing characteristics of the Kuro Kage wood series.
  • Mitsubishi's signature "smooth" bend profile offers balanced stiffness along the entire shaft length.
  • High Density Prepreg is positioned in the lower third of the shaft for enhanced feel and stability.
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Tip Stiffness: Firm
  • Swing Speed: 80-90 mph (R), 90-105 mph (S), 105+ (X)
  • Tip Trimming: #1H 0"; #2H 0.5"; #3H 0.75"; #4H 1"; #5H 1.5".
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Hybrid 60 A 4.0° 0.370" 0.580" 42" 55 g Mid-High
Hybrid 60 R 3.9° 0.370" 0.584" 42" 58 g Mid-High
Hybrid 60 S 3.8° 0.370" 0.588" 42" 61 g Mid-High
Hybrid 70 R 3.6° 0.370" 0.588" 42" 67 g Mid-High
Hybrid 70 S 3.5° 0.370" 0.590" 42" 70 g Mid-High
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Asked by MrSmooth on Jan 10, 2020
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The Mitsubishi KuroKage Silver Hybrid shaft has a firm tip section and promotes a mid ball flight, i.e. the mid section of this shaft is soft. if the butt section is soft, it will promote a low ball flight. if the tip section is soft, it will promote a high ball flight.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jan 10, 2020


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Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black Dual Core TiNi Hybrid Graphite Shafts

  • The new KURO KAGE Black Dual-Core TiNi Hybrid Series is the lightest weight Hybrid option offered under the KURO KAGE brand.
  • This smooth Mid/High launching Hybrid Series was designed to complement the recently released KURO KAGE Black Dual-Core TiNi Wood Series that also includes Dual-Core TiNi Wire technology in the tip section for max stability and feel.
  • Kuro Kage Black Hybrid features a stable and versatile profile, to match the playing characteristics of the Kuro Kage wood series.
  • Mitsubishi's signature "smooth" bend profile offers balanced stiffness along the entire shaft length.
  • High Density Prepreg is positioned in the lower third of the shaft for enhanced feel and stability.
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid
  • Tip Stiffness: Firm
  • Swing Speed: 80-90 mph (R), 90-105 mph (S), 105+ (X)
  • Tip Trimming: #1H 0"; #2H 0.5"; #3H 0.75"; #4H 1"; #5H 1.5".
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Flight
Hybrid 60 A 4.0° 0.370" 0.580" 42" 55 g Mid-High
Hybrid 60 R 3.9° 0.370" 0.584" 42" 58 g Mid-High
Hybrid 60 S 3.8° 0.370" 0.588" 42" 61 g Mid-High
Hybrid 70 R 3.6° 0.370" 0.588" 42" 67 g Mid-High
Hybrid 70 S 3.5° 0.370" 0.590" 42" 70 g Mid-High
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Asked by MrSmooth on Jan 10, 2020
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The Mitsubishi KuroKage Silver Hybrid shaft has a firm tip section and promotes a mid ball flight, i.e. the mid section of this shaft is soft. if the butt section is soft, it will promote a low ball flight. if the tip section is soft, it will promote a high ball flight.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jan 10, 2020