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The popular inpres RMX UD+2 Irons have been taken to an all-new level in the inpres UD+2 series.

"Get +2 clubs longer distance" without any additional effort!
The inpres UD+2 series starts here.

inpres UD+2

A full lineup, from Drivers to Irons.

Yamaha Corporation has taken the technology of the popular inpres RMX UD+2 Irons, which deliver Two Clubs Longer Distance, and developed it to an all-new level to launch the inpres UD+2 series, which features this technology in each and every club.

Product Overview

Since its launch in 2014, inpres UD+2 has delivered highly praised flight distance that has rewritten the standards for golf irons.
The revolutionary technology of inpres RMX UD+2 Irons (delivering the same flight distance as two clubs lower) has been further developed in the first clubs of the all-new inpres series.
All the clubs in the series—Drivers, Fairway Woods, Utilities, and Irons—feature repulsion that pushes the limit allowed by SLE rules, a super-low CG design, and loft designed for high kick velocity. These three technologies are what deliver the same flight distance as two clubs lower.
The all new inpres series has been made for the "smart golfer" who wants a logical approach to longer flight distance and is designed around the concept of delivering unmistakable flight.

Main Product Features

inpres UD+2 Driver

1. Challenge the limit allowed by SLE rules by using a wide repulsion area designed through supercomputer analysis.
UD+2 Ultimate Face (sample image)
UD+2 Ultimate Face (sample image)

The thickness of the clubface has been optimized by using a supercomputer to achieve both lighter weight and a larger repulsion area. We chose from over 30,000 calculated shape designs, selecting those that offer the best performance for maximizing the repulsion area. The resulting UD+2 Ultimate Face delivers an enlarged repulsion area to minimize the loss of flight distance from off-center hits. Additionally, we achieve the ultimate face through precision crafting in a process called "milling and press molding."

2. The super center of gravity (CG) design combines an ultra-low and ultra-deep CG with a large CG angle.

Optimally placing 40 grams of weight—35 grams of fully integrated weight in the sole (which takes up some 20% of the head weight) and 5 grams of badge-shaped weight—creates the dual benefits of an extremely low CG height and a deep CG. This ultra-low deep CG allows flight with high trajectory and low spin. Additionally, the large 34° CG angle allows the face to bounce back easily and improves the sweet spot.

3. Loft designed for high kick velocity, allowing extremely efficient repulsion
Loft designed for high kick velocity (sample image)
Loft designed for high kick velocity (sample image)

Since the super-low CG design delivers a high launch angle, the repulsion efficiency and kick velocity are also high, which translate into strong loft. Furthermore, this strong loft allows a low CG for the face, which prevents energy loss and minimizes loss of flight distance, even if contact is made with the lower part of the face.

inpres UD+2 Fairway Woods & Utilities

1. Challenge the repulsion limit allowed by SLE rules by utilizing a titanium body fully integrated with the face.COR of 0.815 *Yamaha golf research
  • Precision cast titanium body fully integrated with the face. Fairway Wood #3 (sample image)
    Precision cast titanium body fully integrated with the face.
    Fairway Wood #3 (sample image)
  • Cup face designed with uneven maraging thickness (sample image) Fairway Woods (#5, #7, #9) & Utilities
    Cup face designed with uneven maraging thickness (sample image)
    Fairway Woods (#5, #7, #9) & Utilities

The Fairway Wood (#3) uses a precision cast titanium body that is fully integrated with the face. Eliminating welding between the body and face increases the deflection area and achieves greater repulsive force. Additionally, the Utilities and other Fairway Woods, besides the #3, use a maraging steel cupface of uneven thickness, which allows deflection across the face, enlarges the repulsion area, and increases repulsion performance.

2. Super CG design delivering both an ultra-low and ultra-deep CG
  • Full tungsten alloy sole (sample image) 118-gram Fairway Wood #3
    Full tungsten alloy sole (sample image)
    118-gram Fairway Wood #3
  • Inner weight in the sole (sample image) Fairway Woods (#5, #7, #9) & Utilities
    Inner weight in the sole (sample image)
    Fairway Woods (#5, #7, #9) & Utilities

The Fairway Wood #3 utilizes a 118-gram full tungsten alloy sole. Additional weight across the entire sole achieves a super-low CG, in addition to a super-deep CG. Furthermore, the Utilities and other Fairway Woods, besides the #3, use inner weights in a sole that is thicker overall, which achieves a low CG height and a deep CG.

3. Loft designed for high kick velocity, allowing extremely efficient repulsion from the super CG design

Since the super-low CG design delivers a high launch angle, the repulsion efficiency and kick velocity are also high, which translates into strong loft.

inpres UD+2 shafts (Drivers/Fairway Woods/Utilities/Irons)

Launching a new, original shaft that is lightweight and has a softer tip
Launching a new, original shaft that is lightweight and has a softer tip

The series uses original shafts jointly developed with Mitsubishi Rayon. The tip is designed with less stiffness and more softness for better contact and a shaft that flexes well. The torque is greater, and you can hit with a swing path that is automatically stabilized.

inpres UD+2 Irons

1. Uses the new L-Unit face for repulsion that challenge the limit allowed by SLE rules.
COR value of 0.815 *Yamaha research

New side slits are even more forgiving of lateral mishits. The repulsion area is approximately 13% larger, compared to previous inpres RMX UD+2 Irons. Additionally, the new L-Unit Face expands the deflection area down to the sole for repulsion right at the limit allowed by SLE rules.

  • Side slits (sample image)
    Side slits (sample image)
  • Comparison of repulsion areas
    Comparison of repulsion areas
  • New L-Unit face (sample image)
    New L-Unit face (sample image)
2. The super CG design achieves high trajectory from an ultra-low and ultra-deep CG
  • A new level of evolution in head
    A new level of evolution in head
  • A new level of evolution in sole
    A new level of evolution in sole

We designed the Iron to have a low and deep CG by using a "blade undercut" structure that makes the top blade lighter and moves the surplus weight to the back of the sole. Additionally, the head shape is shorter than previous models for further evolution in lowering the CG, which allows higher loft. This new head structure brings the strike point closer to the CG and boosts flight efficiency. Furthermore, we have been able to use the FRICOFF sole, which trims the width of the sole 2.1 mm narrower than previous models and shaves the rear portion of the sole. The result is improved drive-through.

3. Loft designed for high kick velocity, allowing extremely efficient repulsion from the super CG design
Loft designed for high kick velocity (sample image)
Loft designed for high kick velocity (sample image)

Achieving high trajectory from the super-low and deep CG design delivers strong loft with repulsion efficiency and high kick velocity. Additionally, a lower CG in the face prevents energy loss. Even if you hit with the lower part of the face, the close CG minimizes the loss of flight distance.

inpres Putter

The three-surface sole achieves stability at address and extreme faithfulness.

The key features of the putter are a solid hitting sensation and a great impact sound from the non-insert face, which delivers nuanced feedback. The non-balanced face design is optimal for golfers with a natural-feeling "in to in" swing. Additionally, the center section of the three-surface sole makes contact with the ground for stability at address every time, which achieves extreme faithfulness.

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