RMX 120 Iron NEW

Long flight, high trajectory, and forgiving accuracy.
Irons for athletes, functionally engineered to deliver three types of performance.

  • To ensure performance, clubs are cast as a single piece of chrome-molybdenum steel.
  • Thinner face material increases rebound.
  • The pocket cavity structure both lowers the center of gravity and increases the moment of inertia.

That eliminates self-consciousness about long-iron skills.
This new type of iron provides gentle flight so you can even aim for the green.

photo: To improve performance, the material was changed from soft iron FORGED to chromium molybdenum steel CASTING.

Shaft/Grip

Shaft

N.S. PRO MODUS³ TOUR 120 (S)
N.S. PRO MODUS³ TOUR 120 (S)
N.S. PRO RMX95 (S)
N.S. PRO RMX95 (S)

Grip

Original rubber J100, with logo, Ribbed (45g/50g)
Original rubber J100, with logo, Ribbed (45g/50g)

Specifications

Number #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 PW
Loft Angle (°) 23 25 28 31 35 40 45
Lie Angle (°) 60.5 61 61.5 62 62.5 63 63.5
Structure Single-piece casting from chrome-molybdenum steel, with pocket cavity
N.S. PRO MODUS³ TOUR 120 (S) Shaft Weight (g) 114
Shaft Kick Point Middle-butt
Club Length (inches) 38.5 38 37.5 37 36.5 36 35.5
Swing Weight* D2
Club Weight (g)* 406 413 421 427 434 441 450
Grip Original rubber J100, with logo, Ribbed, 50g
〈Y18GJ50〉
Yamaha steel N.S. PRO RMX95 (R) Shaft Weight (g) 96
Shaft Kick Point Middle
Club Length (inches) 38.5 38 37.5 37 36.5 36 35.5
Swing Weight* D1
Club Weight (g)* 394 401 407 414 421 428 436
Grip Original rubber J100, with logo, Ribbed, 50g
〈Y18GJ50〉
  • *Specifications are design values, and thus are subject to change.
  • *Individual products may feature minor deviations in measurement.
  • General guideline values for head speed and flex are as follows. N.S. PRO RMX95(S):43~48m/s
  • For specification values for non-Yamaha shafts, refer to values published by the corresponding manufacturer.
  • Heads are plated with nickel-chromium for all iron numbers.
  • Loft and lie angles can be adjusted up to ±1 degrees in 0.5-degree increments.
  • Adjusting the loft or lie angle can cause fine bumps on the nickel-chrome plating surface, which cause no problems with performance or safety.
  • Clubs are made in Japan.

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