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PostSubject: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 10:13 am

Hi,

Anyone here used Miyazaki shaft here. I saw these in couple website and have good reviews. Wondering if there is anyone here that used it?

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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 10:23 am

i'm using the Miyazaki C. Kua shafts in 72x... its really good, infact, among all the shafts i have tried, it is my favorite...
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 11:38 am

shamusan wrote:
i'm using the Miyazaki C. Kua shafts in 72x... its really good, infact, among all the shafts i have tried, it is my favorite...

shaft looks good too!
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:10 pm

Think the price is 'good' too.
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:29 pm

eh, i think its not too bad, should be at worst, the same price as a whiteboard but should be cheaper... i'm not sure cos it came with my driver...
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:50 pm

shamusan wrote:
i'm using the Miyazaki C. Kua shafts in 72x... its really good, infact, among all the shafts i have tried, it is my favorite...


Before ur shaft breaks in heehee lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 3:33 pm

It is a pretty good shaft, we use it as a cheaper 'alternative' to the Proto-K: when we are running out of a certain Proto-K or when customers wanted something cheaper with 'a brand name on it'.

It is light weight, yet pretty stable. Distance is respectable, feel is not so bad. It should cost you about SGD$350.

Shamusan: hope you are enjoying that Superfast 282 of yours. I tried mine with Proto-K and it was good, an all-rounder. But the RIP 70X is a spin killer although I had a hard time launching the ball.
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 8:21 pm

Hi KK,

I have a Miyazaki shaft sitting around idle yet. But from the specs-perspective, it reads the same as a Diamana BB. The build/quality are excellent as well. Typically of high-end Jap shafts.

So i don't think it can be that off in terms of performance. Not sure how it rates as a cheaper brand name. What I can say is that SRI is pretty new to the shaft game so it might take a while more before the brand-name will really take off. Only the SRI - Cleveland pros are using it now. No other notable names yet Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 11:08 pm

kian wrote:
shamusan wrote:
i'm using the Miyazaki C. Kua shafts in 72x... its really good, infact, among all the shafts i have tried, it is my favorite...


Before ur shaft breaks in heehee lol!

ya lor... but i'm assuming that since the CPM is rather high, it should be alright even after it breaks in...
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sun Jan 02, 2011 11:10 pm

Yarra wrote:
It is a pretty good shaft, we use it as a cheaper 'alternative' to the Proto-K: when we are running out of a certain Proto-K or when customers wanted something cheaper with 'a brand name on it'.

It is light weight, yet pretty stable. Distance is respectable, feel is not so bad. It should cost you about SGD$350.

Shamusan: hope you are enjoying that Superfast 282 of yours. I tried mine with Proto-K and it was good, an all-rounder. But the RIP 70X is a spin killer although I had a hard time launching the ball.

bro, i love the 282, since the day i got it, i've not looked at another driver since... and i'm not interested in any other driver... haha... it is by far the longest hitting and straight driver i've used in my life... i've hit some drivers with my baby that are so indecent in distance that we shall not mention them on a public forum...

when are you coming back?
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Mon Jan 03, 2011 3:52 am

shamusan wrote:
Yarra wrote:
It is a pretty good shaft, we use it as a cheaper 'alternative' to the Proto-K: when we are running out of a certain Proto-K or when customers wanted something cheaper with 'a brand name on it'.

It is light weight, yet pretty stable. Distance is respectable, feel is not so bad. It should cost you about SGD$350.

Shamusan: hope you are enjoying that Superfast 282 of yours. I tried mine with Proto-K and it was good, an all-rounder. But the RIP 70X is a spin killer although I had a hard time launching the ball.

bro, i love the 282, since the day i got it, i've not looked at another driver since... and i'm not interested in any other driver... haha... it is by far the longest hitting and straight driver i've used in my life... i've hit some drivers with my baby that are so indecent in distance that we shall not mention them on a public forum...

when are you coming back?

hmm indecent distance..no i thought it was insane!
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:41 pm

Great to hear that. I have yet to found a better shaft to go with the Superfast 282. So I am sticking with the Proto-K until then.

I am planning to visit Singapore again right after the Chinese New Year. We're gonna have ghoonk in town, too. We should arrange a game together with ghoonk and Jon.

shamusan wrote:
Yarra wrote:
It is a pretty good shaft, we use it as a cheaper 'alternative' to the Proto-K: when we are running out of a certain Proto-K or when customers wanted something cheaper with 'a brand name on it'.

It is light weight, yet pretty stable. Distance is respectable, feel is not so bad. It should cost you about SGD$350.

Shamusan: hope you are enjoying that Superfast 282 of yours. I tried mine with Proto-K and it was good, an all-rounder. But the RIP 70X is a spin killer although I had a hard time launching the ball.

bro, i love the 282, since the day i got it, i've not looked at another driver since... and i'm not interested in any other driver... haha... it is by far the longest hitting and straight driver i've used in my life... i've hit some drivers with my baby that are so indecent in distance that we shall not mention them on a public forum...

when are you coming back?
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:02 am

eiji wrote:
shamusan wrote:
Yarra wrote:
It is a pretty good shaft, we use it as a cheaper 'alternative' to the Proto-K: when we are running out of a certain Proto-K or when customers wanted something cheaper with 'a brand name on it'.

It is light weight, yet pretty stable. Distance is respectable, feel is not so bad. It should cost you about SGD$350.

Shamusan: hope you are enjoying that Superfast 282 of yours. I tried mine with Proto-K and it was good, an all-rounder. But the RIP 70X is a spin killer although I had a hard time launching the ball.

bro, i love the 282, since the day i got it, i've not looked at another driver since... and i'm not interested in any other driver... haha... it is by far the longest hitting and straight driver i've used in my life... i've hit some drivers with my baby that are so indecent in distance that we shall not mention them on a public forum...

when are you coming back?

hmm indecent distance..no i thought it was insane!

bro... average drive is 200m remember....
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:03 am

Yarra wrote:
Great to hear that. I have yet to found a better shaft to go with the Superfast 282. So I am sticking with the Proto-K until then.

I am planning to visit Singapore again right after the Chinese New Year. We're gonna have ghoonk in town, too. We should arrange a game together with ghoonk and Jon.

shamusan wrote:
Yarra wrote:
It is a pretty good shaft, we use it as a cheaper 'alternative' to the Proto-K: when we are running out of a certain Proto-K or when customers wanted something cheaper with 'a brand name on it'.

It is light weight, yet pretty stable. Distance is respectable, feel is not so bad. It should cost you about SGD$350.

Shamusan: hope you are enjoying that Superfast 282 of yours. I tried mine with Proto-K and it was good, an all-rounder. But the RIP 70X is a spin killer although I had a hard time launching the ball.

bro, i love the 282, since the day i got it, i've not looked at another driver since... and i'm not interested in any other driver... haha... it is by far the longest hitting and straight driver i've used in my life... i've hit some drivers with my baby that are so indecent in distance that we shall not mention them on a public forum...

when are you coming back?

yes, we should have a game with ghoonk for sure... the proto K is a perfect shaft for it... DGman just has no stock now... haha hence the usage of the miyazaki
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:14 am

Hahaha! We still have a few 70S and 70X left over here. And 2 80Xs, if you need them.
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Thu May 12, 2011 1:03 am

Anyone to recommend local store to get Miyazaki?
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Thu May 12, 2011 1:39 am

You can get it thru big fish but pls call to check if the specific shaft you want is in stock Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Thu May 12, 2011 12:03 pm

ron81 wrote:
Anyone to recommend local store to get Miyazaki?

Bro can try My Golf Shop at TradeHub21. Very reasonable pricing. They install lots of Miyazaki shafts. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sat May 21, 2011 12:34 am

Thanks dude, will check out the shop. Do you have a exact address for this shop?
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PostSubject: Re: Miyazaki Shafts   Sat May 21, 2011 8:07 am

ron81 wrote:
Thanks dude, will check out the shop. Do you have a exact address for this shop?

It's block 18 tradehub21. Second sty just above the coffee shop . They are open mon - sat 2pm till 10pm
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