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The Nippon NS Pro and Modus line of steel shafts are getting more popular every day, but many golfers do not realize that the company also makes graphite shafts.

THP TV sat down with Nippon at their US office in California to discuss the Regio Formula line of graphite shafts and what makes them unique.

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Have you tried out the Nippon Regio Formula graphite shafts? Let us know in the comments section below or on the THP Forum what your thoughts are.

For more information on the graphite line, check out their website at

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Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. T4K says:

    I’ve never tried Nippon shafts. But what a smart feature to have graphite shaft lines parallel iron shaft lines so golfers can move from one to the other and retain the same feel.

  2. mpeterson says:

    I knew about the regio lines, but didn’t know anything about them – interesting that the profiles line up with the modus line. Really cool.

  3. Alex B says:

    I must admit that I didn’t know Nippon offered graphite shafts. After getting my first taste of Nippon irons shafts this week (980 G.H.) I like them a lot.

    The fact that I can get a similar profile in my graphite shafts for my hybrids and woods is exciting, who wouldn’t want the consistent feel throughout the bag?

  4. Jman says:

    Very cool info as I knew they made some graphite options, but had no idea what/where they fit within their whole umbrella of shafts. Would love to give the yellow a rip.

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