The new Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Wedge shaft has been designed to optimise feel on short game shots and provide high-level stability to give you more control over your spin and direction
Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Wedge Shaft Introduced
Nippon Shaft has announced the release of its new N.S. Pro Modus3 Wedge shaft, a newly developed steel offering that utilises several of Nippon’s cutting-edge manufacturing technologies.
The new design has undergone a Multi Heat Treatment (MHT) to optimise feel on short game shots of all distance, to help with your pitching and chipping.
Nippon also turned to proprietary wall thickness adjustment technology to provide high-level stability to give you more control over your spin and direction.
“Based on the popular N.S.PRO WV, the new Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Wedge is designed to enable players to enjoy more confident approaches with optimised performance that closely matches their imagined trajectory,” said Garry Price, sales manager for Nippon Shaft Europe.
“Through the use of MHT, we’ve been able to further refine the unique flex and carry that is the mark of traditional N.S. PRO shafts so that golfers of all abilities can approach the green with superior control,” continued Price.
The Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Wedge shaft is available in three weights that offer three different characteristics, enabling players to be fitted for the shaft that best matches their short game style and current iron set.
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For those interested in an upgrade, Nippon Shaft products are available globally either as stock or custom shafts from many of the world's top brands, plus through Nippon Shaft's dedicated global club fitter network.
Nippon Shaft manufactures all of its steel and graphite shafts in a state-of-the-art factory in Komagane, Japan. It is on this site that the company's integrated production lines strictly monitor and control the entire production process with thorough checks. As a result, Nippon says it is able to ensure high product quality - from material selection right through to final testing.
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