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  1. Testers Wanted (3) One of the ongoing debates, or maybe decisions among golfers is graphite or steel for iron shafts. It was long ago decided that graphite is the way to go for drivers, fairway woods and hybrids. But the use of steel in the iron category--maybe due to the name--who know, is still holding strong as the most common material used in most sets of irons on the market. With the ever increasing models of graphite and it's lighter weight benefits in the marketplace, steel has fought back with technology and new materials to offer some of the same benefits as steel--namely weight. Enter Nippon with the N.S. Pro Zelos model. A true lightweight steel that offers some of the benefits of graphite--mainly increased speed due to a lighter weight. And, just as Nippon has multiple models in the very successful Modus lineup, it offers three different models in the Zelos line. Zelos 6 is the lightest coming in at 68 grams Zelos 7 offers a range of 73 to 77 grams depending on the flex Zelos 8 comes in 84 or 87 gram for a bit heavier feel, but still very much in the lightweight category for an iron shaft. You can click Here to see the details of each model. How To Apply Link to our Here We will be choosing one tester for each model. In a post below, please provide the following information-DO NOT QUOTE this post when applying! Per the request of Nippon the testing is open to U.S. residents. Name/City State Zelos Model & Flex You Wish To Test Swing Speed Current Shaft/Flex In Use That's it! We'll be choosing the testers sometime next week, so check back and see if you have been chosen. Note: please apply one once; multiple entries will be removed. If you'd like to have a discussion regarding the clubs or other things related to them please start a new thread.
  2. Just to share my experience with NSPro Modus 105 Wedge Shaft. This shaft is made softer in flex considering the nature of wedge play. However, the heavier weight of wedge head adds up to the flexibility and makes the shaft feel flimsy at full swing. For information, I am using Vokey SM5 and 716 MB. I wonder how Modus 105 Stiff and Modus 120 Stiff function in wedges. Welcoming inputs. Thanks.
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