It gave every impression of durability, but really, really isn't. Sucks.the only knock i have is the screen print durability is shite. lots of flaking, whereas the red printed on the steel have never flaked for me. doesn't affect performance whatsoever, but at the premium these cost i would expect better.
I’ve not hit them but maybe 5-6 swings since I wrote the homepage review with them paired in my Miura CB57’s, so it’ll be fun to see if the data in that article holds true in more modern and technical irons!
For what it’s worth, that’s not the same shaft as these.
It’s a fantastic weight range for sure, just hits a nice sweet spot for a lot of golfers imo.You are correct. Not the same shaft and I did not intend to imply it was the same shaft. Everything changes. It was my favorite Nippon Shaft in that weight class -- Modus Pro 1150 Tour. I went to graphite about 2005-7 or so, but almost did not because of that shaft. Just going down Memory Lane.
I really like Nippon Shafts and felt the need to share.
Using the 105 in wedges.
i loved the gh 1150! had it in a macgregor pro-c that is one of my favorite irons i've ever owned. the whole gh line is fantastic as well.They did not call it "Modus 3" at that time. But the model in the day, looking at it, has an old MacGregor MB attached to it is Modus Pro 1150 GH Tour in R flex. I did like that shaft. About 115g.
I find that a little disappointing. I've never had issues with any chipping/wear with the red logo on the chrome shafts.