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Testers ANNOUNCED! The four forum members who'll be putting this new premium driver shaft from Nippon in their big sticks are: @MrBandit @morningteesheet @RollingGreens

TESTERS ANNOUNCED! As one who's played Nippon Modus shafts in my last two sets of irons, I have to say I'm absolutely intrigued by this test and I'll be following along eagerly with our reviewers

Congratulations Testers!  Composite iron shafts are gaining popularity and attention.  It will be great hearing some feedback from other mere mortals as to their place among the competitors 👍.

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Callaway Mavrik Max 

UST Mamiya Helium - Regular

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Mavrik Max driver, Ping g25 fairway 16.5, Ping hybrids 22*, 27*, 30* Ping I3 irons 6-pw, u, sw, Callaway Heavenwood

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  • First Name/City State:  Paul/Anaheim, CA
  • Driver Swing Speed:  Averages about 120 mph
  • Current Driver in Play:  Titleist TS3
  • Current Driver Shaft and Flex:  Tensei AV Raw White, X-Flex 65g
  • Have you Played Modus Iron Shafts before, if so what Model: No

Driver - Taylormade Burner

3 Wood - Taylormade Burner

3-SW - Callaway X-22

50 and 58 degree - Titleist Vokey SM7

Putter - Ping Anser with superstroke

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On 4/1/2021 at 2:40 PM, Golfspy_CG2 said:

 

Testers Wanted 

Raise your hand if you play Nippon Modus iron shafts.

If that's you, keep your hand in the air and consider that for golfers who find optimal performance with one of Nippon’s Modus Tour iron shafts, it also offers a commensurate driver (or fairway) shaft.

For example, if you play the Modus Tour 105 or 125 series shafts, Nippon would suggest you look at the Regio Formula MB+.

At face value, it’s a concept that seems to almost make too much sense.

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With that said, we'd to get some feedback from MyGolfSpy readers.

HOW TO APPLY

In a new post below DO NOT QUOTE THIS POST provide the following information.

  • First Name/City State
  • Driver Swing Speed
  • Current Driver in Play
  • Current Driver Shaft and Flex
  • Have you Played Modus Iron Shafts before, if so what Model

This testing is open to Residents of the US and we will be choosing the testers in about a week.  So good luck and check back to see if you have been selected.

 

 

 

 

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John/Nashville, TN

Driver swing speed is 90 to 95 mph

Currently playing a Titleist TSi3 9 degrees, TENSEI AV RAW White 65 Stiff (66 grams) standard loft and lie.

I have played the NS Pro MODUS3 Tour 120 stiff shafts for  4 years and love them!  These are for sure the best shafts for me.  ( I had played S300 for most of my life.) 

Current irons are Srixon Z 785. 

 I'd love to test the Regio shaft if they perform like the Modus 120s.   The shafts that I use in my Ping G410 fairway woods is the KBS Wood Category 3 flex, and they are very compatible with my iron shafts  (Tight dispersion). 

Thank you.   

 

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On 4/1/2021 at 12:40 PM, Golfspy_CG2 said:

 

Testers Wanted 

Raise your hand if you play Nippon Modus iron shafts.

If that's you, keep your hand in the air and consider that for golfers who find optimal performance with one of Nippon’s Modus Tour iron shafts, it also offers a commensurate driver (or fairway) shaft.

For example, if you play the Modus Tour 105 or 125 series shafts, Nippon would suggest you look at the Regio Formula MB+.

At face value, it’s a concept that seems to almost make too much sense.

IMG_0296.jpg

 

With that said, we'd to get some feedback from MyGolfSpy readers.

HOW TO APPLY

In a new post below DO NOT QUOTE THIS POST provide the following information.

  • First Name/City State
  • Driver Swing Speed
  • Current Driver in Play
  • Current Driver Shaft and Flex
  • Have you Played Modus Iron Shafts before, if so what Model

This testing is open to Residents of the US and we will be choosing the testers in about a week.  So good luck and check back to see if you have been selected.

 

 

 

Tony - Brier, Washington 

swing speed - 100

current driver - Taylor made SIM

SHAFT EVENFLOW RIPTIDE CB STIFF

NO. Have not played

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Scott | Lexington, KY

105 mph 

Taylormade Sim Max

Ventus Blue 6-S stiff

Yes, currently have Modus 125 in my mizuno irons.


Sim Max | Mizuno 919 (modus 125) | Vokeys | Odyssey Double Width Stroke Lab putter

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Kyle Millville New Jersey.  I currently play cobra speedzone driver with Aldila NV 2KXV Blue 60 Graphite Shaft. I also have the cobra forged tech black irons with the modus tour120 shafts.  Driver speed is 107

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