NEW 2012 UST TOUR LINE UP!!!
Posted 24 January 2012 - 09:17 AM
Yeah they have really done good things over the past two years. You should try an Attas Element DK, I think you would like it a lot.
Do you have any spec on it? Where can I purchase?
Posted 30 January 2012 - 06:48 PM
When do you expect the RBZ's 3wd's Will?
Yeah it does! I actually have a couple coming tomorrow, email me. Waiting list gets first dibbs but I am pretty sure you are up at the top anyways.
Posted 03 February 2012 - 10:07 AM
Posted 03 February 2012 - 02:42 PM
Edited by fairwayallday, 03 February 2012 - 02:47 PM.
Posted 03 February 2012 - 07:06 PM
I have one in stock, it could be yours!!!!
Ask John (3GWrX09) how sweet they are! One of the best looking clubs I have seen. As he said TM and UST worked together on this build. The green matches perfectly.
Edited by willpeoples, 03 February 2012 - 07:11 PM.
Posted 03 February 2012 - 07:13 PM
The Black is actually a really good looking shaft. Also the main reason they changed it was to give the TourSPX shaft a different look so it would be easier to differentiate the two.
Edited by willpeoples, 03 February 2012 - 07:14 PM.
Posted 03 February 2012 - 07:15 PM
Agreed man, I am getting great results with these. I was surprised they could actually make a shaft better than the VTS but they did with the element.
Posted 03 March 2012 - 01:19 AM
Posted 03 March 2012 - 01:21 AM
Posted 25 May 2012 - 12:13 AM
MK is mid launch (60g torque- 4.5)
DK is high launch (60g torque- 3.4)
Some contradictory info circulating around regarding kickpoint and launch conditions with these shafts. Will, you list the characteristics you believe them to be, above, while the ones below are from Spy Zinger. Let's make sure we don't confuse launch angle and kickpoint. Obviously, a high kickpoint will generally launch lower, while a low kickpoint will generally launch higher. It looks like one you guys have the MK and RK mixed up. So, which is it?
Spy Zinger reports:
"The ATTAS Elements is offered in three profiles:
the DK (Dynamic Kick/Highest Launch),
the RK (Radical Kick/mid launch), and
the MK (Macho Kick/lowest launch)."
When these first came out they didn't know exactly where to place each one. At first they said MK was Mid. After experimenting and getting more data it is closer to low. I have found it to be very similar to the RK with just a slightly stiffer tip which causes it to launch a tad lower than the RK. I would say RK is low launch, MK is low launch stiffer tip, and DK is high launch. Truth be told these don't really fit into the three launch characteristic groups they might want them to, also every player is different so one might find it to be a little different than the next...
Also the VTS still remains the more popular one on tour and off, it really is one of the best shafts ever made IMO. Here is who is playing what, last i checked.
Hunter Mahan - VTS Silver in Ping 3wood, VTS Black in Ping Hybrid
Jamie Lovemark - VTS Silver in all 3 Nike woods
Anthony Kim - Attas Elements MK in Nike Driver, Axivcore in Hybrid
Harris English - VTS Black in hybrid(Ping)
Webb Simpson - Axivcore in Driver 69x red, VTS 8TX in 3 wood and 5wood (all Titliest)
Heath Slocum - VTS Black in both Ping Hybrids
Nick Ohern - VTS Black in Ping 3wood and both hybrids
Bill Lunde - VTS Black in Ping 3 wood
Alex Cjeka - VTS Silver in TM Driver
Chris Dimarco - VTS Black in Ping 3 wood
Kevin Stadler - VTS Silver in Driver and VTS Silver or Attas 3 in Callaway 3 wood
Kyle Reifers - VTS Black in both Ping 3wood and hybrid
Steve Wheatcroft - VTS Red in both Adams hybrids
Brandt Jobe - V2 in both Taylormade Driver and 3 wood, VTS Red in TM Driving Iron
Kevin Streelman - VTS Black in both Ping 3 wood and hybrid
Spencer Levin - VTS Silver in TM 3 wood
JB Holmes - VTS Silver in Adams hybrid, Axivcore in Callaway Driver
Brendan Todd - VTS Silver in TM 3 wood, VTS Red in both TM hybrids
Charlie Hoffman - V2 in both Titleist 3wood and hybrid
Ben Crane - Axivcore in Titliest hybrid
Cameron Tringale - Axivcore in both Titliest 3wood and hybrid
Bryce Molder - Axivcore in Titliest hybrid
Ryan Palmer - Axivcore in TM Driver
David Mathis - Attas T2 in TM Driver
Justin Leonard - Attas T2 in TM Driver
Carl Petterson - Attas in Nike hybrid
Mark Leishman - Axivcore in both Titliest Driver and hybrid
Robert Karlson - Axivcore in hybrid
Bud Cauley - V2 in Titliest 3 wood
Steve Stricker - V2 in all 3 Titliest woods
John Huh - V2 in Ping 3 wood
Lee Westwood - V2 in Ping 3 wood
Martin Kaymer - V2 in TM hybrid
Bo Van Pelt - V2 in TM hybrid
Jim Furyk - V2 in TM hybrid
Jonathan Bryd - V2 in TM Driver, V2 in Mizuno hybrid and 3wood
Posted 25 May 2012 - 04:43 PM
Posted 25 May 2012 - 05:05 PM