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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.



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I have that shaft in 115 grams in one of my wedges. I just took it out of the bag as I did not like the feel of it. Going back to my old Cleveland 50* with a TTDG s300 in it.



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I too have the shafts in my vokey wedges.  I thought I'd get better feel out of them.  When I went for my iron fitting, I immediately could feel the smoothness of the Modus 120 x compared to KBS, Project X, etc.  In the wedge, I just don't notice enough difference to warrant spending extra for that shaft in the future.  

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