UST Mamiya Recoil 440/450 ES Graphite Wood Shafts

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Wood-45, L-Flex $285.00 In Stock
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Wood-55, A-Flex $285.00 In Stock
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Wood-55, S-Flex $285.00 In Stock
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UST Mamiya Recoil 440/450 ES Graphite Wood Shafts

  • The new UST Mamiya Recoil 440/450 ES Wood Shafts are designed using Recoil Technology which optimizes the spring effect in the multi-layered graphite walls of the golf shaft for more efficient energy transfer to the ball resulting in greater distance and shot dispersion. This is for the golfer looking to increase initial launch and maximum distance.
  • Ultra-Lightweight wood shafts designed using Recoil Technology to provide greater consistency, distance and trajectory control.
  • Optimal spring effect in the walls of the shaft and more efficient energy transfer to the ball at impact produces increased velocity and greater distance.
  • Ion Plating (IP) creates a stunning and premium finish. The raw shaft is put into a vacuum chamber where metal ions are emitted and bond to the shaft. The process takes extra time and is more expensive than traditional methods.
  • Designed for the player looking to increase initial launch and maximize distance
  • Bend Point: Low-Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Swing Speed: 440: 60-75 mph (L), 70-85 mph (A), 80-95 mph (R); 450: 70-85 mph (A), 80-95 mph (R), 90-105 mph (S)
  • Tip Trimming: Driver: 0"; #3 W: 0.5"; #5 W: 1"; #7 W: 1.5"; #9W: 1.5"
  • Pls. note: This item requires extra 2 business days of processing time before shipping

Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Par Tip Flight
440 Wood L 6.3° 0.335" 0.590" 45" 44 g 3" High
440 Wood A 6.3° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 46 g 3" High
440 Wood R 6.3° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 47 g 3" High
450 Wood A 5.7° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 53 g 3" Mid-High
450 Wood R 5.7° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 56 g 3" Mid-High
450 Wood S 5.7° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 57 g 3" Mid-High
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UST Mamiya Recoil 440/450 ES Graphite Wood Shafts

  • The new UST Mamiya Recoil 440/450 ES Wood Shafts are designed using Recoil Technology which optimizes the spring effect in the multi-layered graphite walls of the golf shaft for more efficient energy transfer to the ball resulting in greater distance and shot dispersion. This is for the golfer looking to increase initial launch and maximum distance.
  • Ultra-Lightweight wood shafts designed using Recoil Technology to provide greater consistency, distance and trajectory control.
  • Optimal spring effect in the walls of the shaft and more efficient energy transfer to the ball at impact produces increased velocity and greater distance.
  • Ion Plating (IP) creates a stunning and premium finish. The raw shaft is put into a vacuum chamber where metal ions are emitted and bond to the shaft. The process takes extra time and is more expensive than traditional methods.
  • Designed for the player looking to increase initial launch and maximize distance
  • Bend Point: Low-Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Swing Speed: 440: 60-75 mph (L), 70-85 mph (A), 80-95 mph (R); 450: 70-85 mph (A), 80-95 mph (R), 90-105 mph (S)
  • Tip Trimming: Driver: 0"; #3 W: 0.5"; #5 W: 1"; #7 W: 1.5"; #9W: 1.5"
  • Pls. note: This item requires extra 2 business days of processing time before shipping

Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Par Tip Flight
440 Wood L 6.3° 0.335" 0.590" 45" 44 g 3" High
440 Wood A 6.3° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 46 g 3" High
440 Wood R 6.3° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 47 g 3" High
450 Wood A 5.7° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 53 g 3" Mid-High
450 Wood R 5.7° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 56 g 3" Mid-High
450 Wood S 5.7° 0.335" 0.600" 46" 57 g 3" Mid-High
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