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Attas T2 Cpm Homework

Profile – The UST Mamiya Attas T2 Wood shaft was recently released internationally after some good success over in Japan. This Attas T2 is the next generation of the Attas line following the success of the original. This model contains the same UST Mamiya Linear EI (LEI) Technology – which basically means they flattened out the bend profile to reduce hinging. This technology is said to create a smoother transitional feeling, and maximum energy transfer into impact. These hand-made shafts use only the best carbon fibers and low resin content to custom-build each shaft for great feel, feedback and extra distance. This model comes in a variety of weights and flexes, with a shaft in each the 40, 50, 60, 70, 80g categories.

What Makes It Work – With the exception of the LEI Technology, and a slight reduction of shaft weight and increase in torque this shaft is quite similar to the original. The smoothness of it is not something to underestimate however, this comment is made across the board from players who have put it in their bag. Engineers designed this shaft with reduced ply inserts and maximized full length carbon fiber layers to help create a better balance between torque and flex resulting in the efficient loading and exceptionally smooth feel of this shaft. They also made serious mention of the paint graphics, from the silver layered butt section, to the double black mirror mid section finishing with the red-orange tip section. This new ultra-premium shaft is getting noticed, and this cool paint job is helping (according to Mamiya).

Who’s It For – The Mamiya Attas T2 Wood shaft is positioned as an ultra-premium golf shaft. Although it has flex options from swing speeds anywhere from 70 to 125MPH, the shaft is positioned towards better players, who are willing to fork out five bills for a shaft. The hand-crafted nature of these shafts, attention to detail, and unique technology makes it a beautiful work of art. Be sure to give it a test drive before adding it to your bag. The pros are raving about it, so that’s a testament to its performance.

Check out the graphic below for a good idea at what shaft you’d require based on your swing speed:

What People Say – This shaft is definitely geared towards better players looking to a premium golf-shaft to improve their driving game. The shaft graphics are actually a sore point for some people who prefer something subtler. Price-wise this shaft is on the high-end, and because of this, geared towards players really into the game – some stay too-high for the performance features you get. Performance wise, this shaft features a mid-high launch angle, with mid-low spin rates producing a boring trajectory that really adds distance. Many players on the Japan tours and PGA attribute 10+ yards to their game because of this shaft. The shaft has great accuracy, and even when “jumped on” delivers again and again with a penetrating and predictable ball flight.


UST Mamiya Attas T2 3340

Flex- R, R2, R3

Weight – 47 grams

Torque – 5.5

Bend Point – mid/low

Spin – mid/low

UST Mamiya Attas T2 3350

Flex- R2, R, S

Weight – 52 grams

Torque – 5.6, 5.3, 5.3

Bend Point – mid/low

Spin – mid/low

UST Mamiya Attas T2 3360

Flex- R2, R, S, X

Weight – 64, 65, 65, 68 grams

Torque – 4.1, 3.8, 3.4, 3.4

Bend Point – mid/low

Spin – mid/low

UST Mamiya Attas T2 3370

Flex- R, S, X

Weight – 73, 73, 75 grams

Torque – 3.3, 2.9, 2.9

Bend Point – mid/low

Spin – mid/low

UST Mamiya Attas T2 3380

Flex- S, X

Weight – 83, 85 grams

Torque – 2.9, 2.9

Bend Point – mid/low

Spin – mid/low

Shaft MSRP: $480

So, how do you come up with the next big thing – the latest and greatest shaft that every golfer will love? No problem, right?

Well in reality, it takes a lot of hard work, design ingenuity, out of the box thinking, a commitment to carbon fiber material and resin development, and a total quality control of unique manufacturing processes.

Hot New Look!

The cutting edge, new graphic look of the all new ATTAS-T2 is a great start! With it’s sleek tattooed dual-layered Silver butt section fading digitally into a Double Black Mirror mid-section and into yet another digital fade transition to the multi-layered Red-Orange Mirrored tip section, this new T2 is giant leap forward in 21st century shaft design.

This new ultra-premium ATTAS shaft has not only caught the attention of PGA Tour players, but it's also the hottest new shaft in Japan as well.

The totally cool new paint scheme is just an attention getter . . .

But the real magic of this shaft lies within the multi-thin layers of the world’s finest carbon fiber golf shaft. Every ATTAS-T2 shaft is handmade, one at a time, due to shaft design complexity, the use extremely thin, low resin, carbon fiber prepreg materials, and of course the meticulous attention to quality and detail at every step in the process. All of this results in the most consistent, high quality golf shaft on the planet. You have to feel it to believe it – and you can, in every single swing.

The secret is Enhanced Linear EI Technology . . . .

In the simplest terms, the flex profile of ATTAS-T2 shafts has been flattened, removing that hinged feeling’ so common in many graphite shafts. According to Michael Guerrette, UST Mamiya’s Senior Director of R&D, “a flatter EI curve creates a smooth feel throughout the swing, but actually transfers the maximum amount of energy to the ball at impact.” The technology may seem extremely complex, but the results are simple – repeatable, longer shots off the tee with better control.

“The challenge for a shaft company year in and year out is to improve on our tour winning profiles. Challenging the boundries of technology is what UST Mamiya has always strived for. This is can only be achieved by pushing the limits of material capabilities and evolution of design. Every new shaft design is thouroughly tested for maximum performance and durability before we even consider taking a new version to the tour”, says Guerrette.

UST Mamiya’s ATTAS-T2 is available in 50, 60, 70 and 80 gram weight categories and in most poplular flexes.

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