Test Drive the New MCS E=MC2 "GREEN MONSTER" Filament Wound!
The MCS E=MC2 now incorporates filament wound composite technology!
MAKE OTHERS GREEN WITH "ENVY"
Feel the Heat!
New Color: Emerald Green
Frequency matched For Swing Speed
Material Improvements: Higher strain denser carbon fiber Layers used in productionFine Tunes a Skilled Player's game and allows him to reach the next level of Performance
Tighter Shot Dispersion (with minimal spin for optimal distance)Remarkable Stability/Resistance to BendingConsistant Circumference and Taper ProfileAdvanced filament wound technology
ProSeriesGolf's newest and latest introduction for the tour player and better amateur. The MCS POWER E=MC2 Graphite Golf Iron Shaft features exclusive Micro Flex Technology. This offers the player enhanced performance and feel. Production standards produce a consistent circumference and taper profile which creates a shaft with uniform flex and feel from tip to butt.
The shaft has a high bend point and is tip stiff - offering accuracy, uniformity, quality and superior control.
Dynamic torsional tip stability provides incredible feel, remarkable consistency and more distance.
Virtually no spine - on all 4 quadrants the shaft will cpm +/-2 in a 360 turn cycle
Launch - Advantage of filament wound technology is the initial high launch & a flattening trajectory without the extra spin. This combination of hi-launch/lo-spin offers the best of both worlds
What is Filament Winding?
Filament winding is a composites fabrication process in which continuous reinforcing fibers, either pre-impregnated with resin or drawn through a resin bat, are wound under controlled tension around a rotating Mandrel to make a shaft.