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Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid Golf Shaft Review

Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid Golf Shaft Review

By Russ Ryden, Fit2Score, A Dallas Fort Worth Club Fitter & Builder
The Highlands Performance Golf Center, Carrollton Texas 
Golf Digest Certified America’s 100 Best Club Fitter

The Mitsubishi MMT Model Golf Shaft is available for Hybrid, Iron, Wedge and Putter. This review will focus on the hybrid shafts. We have seen carbon fiber shafts with outer wraps of stainless steel wire, here we have a shaft with an inner wrap. The Metal mesh technology is only in the tip of the shaft. This is not the first time Mitsubishi has integrated metal into their shaft prepreg. I have fond memories of the TINI wire used in the KuroKage shafts. Mitsubishi tells us the metal mesh added weight without having to add material which would have change the balance of the shafts. And like the TINI wire, the mesh adds a responsive straighten to the shaft.  

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Russ

Mitsubishi MMT Taper Iron Golf Shaft Review

Mitsubishi MMT Constant Weight Taper Iron Golf Shaft Review

By Russ Ryden, Fit2Score, A Dallas Fort Worth Club Fitter & Builder
The Highlands Performance Golf Center, Carrollton Texas 
Golf Digest Certified America’s 100 Best Club Fitter

We have seen carbon fiber shafts with outer wraps of stainless steel wire, here we have a shaft with in inner wrap. The Metal mesh technology is only in the tip of the shaft. This is not the first time Mitsubishi has integrated metal into their shaft prepreg. I have fond memories of the TINI wire used in the KuroKage shafts. Mitsubishi tells us the metal mesh added weight without having to add material which would have change the balance of the shafts. And like the TINI wire, the mesh adds a responsive straighten to the shaft. You will find the Mitsubishi MMT iron shafts offered as an upgrade by several of the major brands.

To read this review, you must register . 

If you want to truly understand golf shafts, register for an annual subscription of $10. Ten dollars is less than the cost of a sleeve of premium golf balls or a bucket of range balls. Your support will keep Golf Shaft Reviews going and growing. This website is the only comprehensive information source about golf shafts available to the public. I do not receive compensation from the shaft companies nor clutter the site with ads.

The technical section of the site is open to all. In it you can learn about the terms and concepts discussed in the reviews.

Information provided at registration will NEVER be shared with ANYONE. To be notified of new reviews, follow DevotedGolfer on facebook.

Enjoy and Good Golf,
Russ