Nippon Golf Shafts

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By David R

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  1. David R
    South Bend, IN

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    Hello! I am interested in upgrading to the 712 AP2's!! Here is the question that I have, is it possible to get the Nippon 950gh installed instead of the "made for" Titleist Nippons??? Thanks in advance for your help!!

     

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    Hello David,  Yes, you will be able to order the NS pro 950 in the new 712 irons.  The difference between the shafts is that the NS pro 970 is a double walled shaft and is a little stiffer in the tip than the 950.

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    I live in Atlanta and I'm trying to demo the AP2 irons with the 950GH Regular flex shafts.  Nobody in this city has these shafts.  I have searched your website and visited multiple stores/courses.  Can you please have the Titleist rep contact me and let me know where I can find/hit these?  Thanks.

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    The NS pro 950's are not part of the fitting matrix and the only fitters that would have that shaft are ones that have ordered it individually.  If you are looking to be fit for the AP2's and want to try that shaft and others, Chris Moulder is the fitter at Capital City Club and his number is:  404.231.6939, or Tommy Brannen at Augusta Country Club and his number is:  706.736.5322.  If they are not close to your location, please give us a call and we will try to locate a closer fitter for you that could help.

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    hi there im new here ... i just purchased a set of 712 ap2 which the shafts were shortened ... 2 questions ... will Nippon N.S. Pro 990GH shafts fit and could the shafts just have extensions put on the ends and then regripped ? thx
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    SPittelli said:

    hi there im new here ... i just purchased a set of 712 ap2 which the shafts were shortened ... 2 questions ... will Nippon N.S. Pro 990GH shafts fit and could the shafts just have extensions put on the ends and then regripped ? thx

    The Nippon 990GH shafts may be a proprietary shaft for another OEM as Nippon has no information on that shaft on their site. You would need to use a .355 taper tipped shaft to reshaft them.

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