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LIVE Q&A with UST Mamiya: Ask a question for a chance to win a set of proto iron shafts!

by   |   June 21, 2012
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UST Mamiya and GolfWRX will offer an opportunity to all qualifying members to win prototype iron shafts
from UST Mamiya.

Michael Guerrette, VP of Product Research and Tour Development and Jamie Pipes,
Director of TOURSPX Operations will be on Wednesday, 6/26 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT to discuss any questions you have.

They will spend an hour answering as many questions as they can. All questions
asked will be entered into a drawing for a set of Prototype IS980 or IS990 Iron shafts (3-PW)!  4 winners!

For reference, take a look at our article on Getting Serious With Shafts.  Lots of great info to digest.

Since 1991, UST Mamiya graphite shafts are favored by recreational and competitive golfers worldwide.
In 2009, UST (U.S.) combined operations and assumed responsibility for the sports division of its parent
company, Mamiya-OP (Japan) and now leads the drive for quality and innovation globally. Distributed
in 30-plus countries, UST Mamiya provides shafts to consumers, retailers, club-fitters and original
equipment manufacturers Adams, Bridgestone, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, Mizuno, Nike, PING,
Taylor Made, Titleist, Wilson and more. Company R&D and manufacturing facilities are in the U.S.,
Japan, China and Bangladesh. UST Mamiya advisory staff includes renowned instructors among GOLF
Magazine’s “Top 100” and at Golf Digest’s “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses.

For more information: www.ustmamiya.com, 817.267.2219.

Can’t join us for the Live Q&A?  Ask a question ahead of time here.  If answered, you will be entered in the random drawing!

About

Around GolfWRX from the beginning, Rob is a golf junkie through and through, always mixing up equipment to try to find the latest and greatest. Born and bred in NJ. Favorite golfers: Phil, Freddie.


One Comment

  1. Mitchell

    June 22, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    Can you explain how the relationship between torque, weight and kickpoint are used to fit golfers into the various UST shafts?

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