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The Nippon Modus 3 wedge shaft provides great control with the best feel of any steel shaft on the market.
Most golf equipment manufacturers shove down your throat every single win or top 10 that their product is a part of. Nippon, however, is one of the companies that prefers to let the results speak for themselves. Over the past few seasons, more and more PGA Tour pros are trusting their game to Nippon’s exquisite iron shafts. Now they can turn over their wedges, too, as Nippon has released the wedge version of their popular Modus 3 shafts.
The major thing that separates the Nippon Modus 3 wedge shaft from any other wedge shaft is the feel. There isn’t a big, pronounced kick, but there is a smooth, tight snap at impact. When the ball meets the club face, the feel is incredibly crisp. This shaft can make an average wedge feel good and a good wedge feel unbelievable.
Many players believe that a shaft with great feel is going to play “loose,” but that’s not the case with the Modus 3. This shaft is designed for high stability and consistency both in terms of spin and direction. I definitely saw both of these attributes in my launch monitor testing of the Modus 3. In fact, I was so impressed that I installed Nippon shafts in all of my Edel wedges. The Modus 3 is designed for a lower trajectory, so its an easy transition for those currently playing the industry-standard wedge shaft.
The Modus 3 wedge shaft is available in 3 different profiles: 105, 115, and 125. They weigh 111, 122, and 133 grams, respectively, and have less torque as you move up in weight.
Most people overlook their wedge shaft. Don’t be like most people. The shaft in your wedge is as important as in any other club for providing the right feel, feedback, and performance. If you want the best feel with solid, controlled performance, check out the Nippon Modus 3.