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FGS NanoTech 45 Wood

FGS NanoTech 45 Wood

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The FGS Nanotech 45 shaft features the unique ability to store energy and then release that energy in an optimum mid/high launch angle with decreased back spin. The Nano-Tech incorporates single walled nanotubes into the tip section that enhances performance and durability. The feel of the shaft is very smooth yet is extremely stable, the light 45 gram weight helps achieve a lighter total club weight for faster swing speeds and increased distance. Once again, we prove our slogan...Better Golf, Better Price. We have brought to market a shaft that will play every bit as well as the nano shafts you see for $100-$300.
Specifications
Available Flexes Bend Point Launch Angle Color Shaft Length Torque Weight (gr) Tip Diameter Butt Diameter Parallel Tip Section
Lady Mid/Low Mid/High White/Red 46" 4.0 46 .335 Parallel .602 5"
Senior Mid/Low Mid/High White/Red 46" 4.0 46 .335 Parallel .602 5"
Regular Mid/Low Mid/High White/Red 46" 4.0 46 .335 Parallel .602 5"
Stiff Mid/Low Mid/High White/Red 46" 4.0 46 .335 Parallel .602 5"


Flex Chart
Flex Driver Swing Speed (MPH) Carry Distance (Yards)
Lady 50-70 120-170
Senior 70-80 170-200
Regular 80-90 200-225
Stiff 90-100 225-255
Please refer to Chart F in the PDF below.

Wood Shaft Trim Chart  (PDF)
 

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Great Shaft  April 3, 2017

I replaced the shafts I had on a set of titanium clubs I had. I noticed the feel difference right away. Much easier to hit and improved distance. They just feel good.

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Skill Level: Beginner
How often do you play?: A few times a year


Best Buy!  October 18, 2016

Plays to flex, which is a plus. long and straight. Have owned many after market shafts and these are right up there with them in feel and quality.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


Love it  September 7, 2015

I ordered two of these shafts, one stiff and one regular. I got the stiff for my Callaway Razor Fit drivers one 9.5 and one 10.5. I got the regular for a DT 7 wood head that I broke the shaft on. I really have found both shafts to be wonderful. The stiff shaft on the driver heads, I feel, gives me more directional control than the regular shafts that came with the drivers. I get a little more distance with the 7 wood than I did with the old shaft. I am 67 years old and still have a fairly fast swing speed. I regularly get 250 yards plus on my drives with this shaft.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


great shaft  June 29, 2015

this shaft is a winner. For the price it cannot be matched by any OEM. I have used this shaft for ladies, seniors and scratch golfers. The result with any driver head is really good.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


Ultimate driver for me!  April 24, 2015

I just shafted up a Nanotech 45 stiff with a Geek DCT, 12 degree head built to 45" and a swing weight of D2. My first thought was that the shaft felt a little stiff and unlively. Boy Was I wrong! This shaft is super stable and sneaky powerful! Great mid boring trajectory and lots of roll for a 12 degree head. I've been playing a UST MP4 that I like a lot but I think I like this better. for the money, I have not seen a better shaft. (And the Geek head speaks for itself!) :)




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How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Great shaft  December 26, 2014

This truly is unbelievable shaft! I have used this in fairway woods and drivers. It can be used for all type of swing speeds. I have a high swing speed (116mph) and I have no issues with this shaft. Its a lot like the standard one that they used to make, "that I miss a lot" just lighter. It really generates a lot of built up power through the ball. I thought the NANO was just another gimmick but I truly do see a difference.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


Great Shaft!  August 14, 2013

I paired a stiff flex FGS nanotech 45 shaft with the 190 gram Diamond tour 9 degree driver head which I added a couple of grams of lead tape to the heel and built it to 46.5 inches in length. I have a problem getting balls to high but I was so pleased with the lower launch angle that this combination created for me. Now I actually generally get a little roll and on dry days a lot. Pairing this shaft with a 9 degree head has produced on average 30 - 50 extra yards more than my name brand 10.5 degree driver. I liked it so much, I built a second one to keep as a backup. I have had it over a year and average 1 or 2 times playing each week and the shaft is still in tact and doing fine.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


BEST FOR THE MONEY  July 16, 2013

They were serious when they said best buy for your money. They is an extremely efficient shaft , lots of kick and great distance. If you are looking for a light shaft this is it. I put this on the DT Falon driver and they were made for each other.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


AMAZING!!  April 5, 2013

I picked up the stiff flex last spring when my buddy got a Cleveland 270 and started closing the 30-40 yard gap in our drives. Spined and FLO'd it, tipped 3/4", and stuck it in a $15 9° E21 Scandium head I'd picked up on eBay (yeah they're pretty ugly but they're about the longest most forgiving heads I've had the opportunity to play....and dirt cheap.) Well after the epoxy cured I spent a half hour thrashing balls into my net to make sure it wasn't going to snap like a twig, then off to league night I went. It took 4 drives to get dialed in, and #5 won me the long drive hole at 356.

I honestly don't have the superlatives for this shaft. It has an awesome feel, hard to explain but you can actually feel it load and unleash its fury into the ball. And contact feel is also very pure feeling, I can tell if I catch it just a touch off center. The lack of weight has upped my s.s. about 6-7 mph, and being able to feel the load and release has allowed me to dial in my approach and launch angles, picking me up 30-40 yards on average over my 9.5° Sasquatch with Aldila One TX 65. As far as durability, over 30 rounds with s.s. hovering around 125.....this thing hasn't made a peep. I'm a big fan of DTG, Jason and the guys are quite remarkable in the component world. Their OEM lines always rival if not outperform anything on the market, and this shaft speaks volumes to their dedication to better golf at a better price.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Excellent shaft  March 25, 2013

Purchased a lady flex and a senior flex
Installed them in turner lpt heads

Customers love them

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Skill Level: Advanced
How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


Great shaft  October 8, 2012

Bought this shaft in Reg and assembled it with a Disukaba 10 degree head from Integra. All I can say is WOW. I have had this driver for 2.5 years and are still impressed with it.

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broke in two  August 1, 2012

I built a driver for my uncle, a Heater 2, regular flex, 45.5" long. He said he loved the way the ball came of the club but within two weeks the shaft broke in half. I am replacing it with a US Mamiya shaft that I can trust.

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How often do you play?: Monthly


Made a big improvement to my wife's driver  July 26, 2012

I'm a club builder-- a hobbyist. My wife and I love golf. One of the heads I bought for myself was a new, non-retail, 2008 TM TP Tour Burner-- 11.4* actual, hot melted, core tested, B stamped-- the works. Just hit it too high. When my wife was struggling with driver, I decided to build it out for her. Put a Component brand high launch, senior flex shaft in it, cut to 43.75." Much better for her. I hit it too on the range, and it was OK. The 6.0* of torque was uncomfortable for me. Since she was hitting the new set up much better, I thought a lighter, stiffer tip shaft might even be better for her. Put the Nano 45 in it at senior flex. I hit it several times on the range before she could get a chance to play with it. For me, the club was so much better. Her report is even better. She added, at times, 30-50 yards with her driver, hit it straighter and had a much better feel at impact. Her longest drive was 190-- big for her. I believe the tighter tip, and lower weight allows her to control the club better and square the face, plus the shaft delivers more energy to the ball. Really great for her. Today I'm ordering one for her 5 wood. Great job DT!

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Skill Level: Beginner
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Skeptical/Believer  June 26, 2012

I wanted to try something in the new long/light craze and see what kind of monster I could create. Paired this shaft in stiff flex with the 175 gram heater 4.0 super launch and winn dri-tac lite wrap at 22 grams. Summary after a couple range sessions-uncontrollable. After minor tinkering however (butt trim 1 1/4 inches and 2.5 grams to up the swing weight a tad) and this thing's an absolute monster. Its very difficult to miss-hit, the ball just wants to go straight. Sure lower torque would be great so you could work the ball a bit more, but I carry a different driver for that. For what I built this driver for, it soars well beyond my expectations. Confirmation-on my first full round with it, par 4, 341 from the whites and I find my ball 15 yards over the green. (My current do all driver is 275-290 depending on conditions) so yeah, I'm satisfied. Just one word of caution if you're a big swinger like me: there IS such a thing as too light. Slower swing speeds however will love the distance. I let my dad hit the first variant and ended up having to build him one. He couldn't get over how long and forgiving the setup was.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


PLEASANTLY SURPRISED  January 22, 2012

I WAS REALLY WORRIED ABOUT A 46 GRAM SHAFT. I WAS CONCERNED ABOUT TWO THINGS STABILITY AND THE LIKELYHOOD OF BREAKING THE SHAFT WHEN SWINGING OUT OF MY SHOES. THE SHAFT WAS INDEED STABLE WITH IT'S 4.0 TORQUE. IT WAS 31 DEGREES WHEN WE TEED OFF THIS MORNING AND I SWUNG ALL-OUT EVERY SWING WITH THE DRIVER AND NEVER HEARD A SINGLE CREAK!!! I HAVE USED A NUMBER OF ACCUFLEX,PENLEY,AND ALDILA SHAFTS, THIS SHAFT FELT AS GOOD AS SOME OF THOSE TO ME.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a month



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