Nakashima Golf NP-1 420cc Drivers

NP-1 420cc

  • 10° loft, 45" length
  • NP-65 Tour graphite shaft
  • Tour Harmony Winn grip

User Reviews (5)

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topwater   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 18, 2010]
Model Reviewed: np 1 420 10 degree

I am a 8.2 index just a brief intro. This is by far the best driver I have ever owned. As I write this I have a Ping Rapture, Titleist 909d2, 905R, Cleveland Hi bore tour, Tour edge exotics, Bridgestone J36 leaning up against the wall. I guess you could say I am a club hoe. But this is just simply the best. It is Long and the most forgiving, very little lose on off center contact. It is just a solid performer and it looks great at address beautiful deep black head. And no obnoxious sounds. If your looking for THE ONE try this one. I don't think you will be disappointed. Check some of the other sites and see what others have to say.

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No Need

Similar Products Used: You name it I have owned it or hit it
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mickers878   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 28, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Nakahima Np-1 w/fuji 757

Nice feel with this combination paid only $89 in a used rack. Deep face longest bomb of 310 yards but normally 280 yards.

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Toicat   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 23, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Nakashima NP1 420cc

Nakashima Golf has earned a very good reputation for designing clubs. Not too much play on tour, but that is a $eperate issue with player endorsement$. John Nakashima is the founder, and has produced quality clubs with very tight spec tolerances.

The NP1 420 is a great example of how to build a golf club. The design is very functional with a raised "N" for a sight at address. NP1 has a tall face, smooth stain center and a traditional rounded shape. No gimmicks, just a great looking club. Oh yes, the sound at impact suggests pure quality. The NP1 comes in a variety of lofts and sizes. One is bound to suit your game. I matched a Fujikura Tour Platform shaft, S-flex with the 420, and have been very pleased with the combination.

Best to all !

Customer Service

Not needed, but available.

Similar Products Used: Nicklaus 380.
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terrynutkins   Shoots in the 70s [May 22, 2007]
Model Reviewed: NP1 10° Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board (s)

Got custom fitted with one of these by Zane @ Urban Golf in London, while there was plenty of debate about which shaft would fit me there was very little about which head would perform best. The Nakashima head was his only reccomendation for me.

average distance before (using Titleist 905): 235yds fade
after: 275yds and straight

Best results with ProV1

Ball flight seems to be a complicated and highly individual thing, moral of the story is therefore 'get fitted', it's taken me years to get around to it but now I realise I was throwing away 40 yards.

thumbs up to MaxOut Golf, Zane @ Urban Golf and finally mitsubishi and nakashima.

works for me but might not for you; again... get fitted.

Similar Products Used: 905T, SMT455, Adams Redline, Callaway FT5, Callaway FT-i
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saygee   Shoots in the 80s [Dec 21, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Nakashima NP 1

Very sweat and long driver. I'm 5'7", 150 pound, 98 mph head speed. Shoot around low 80's. Fitted with Fujikura e Fit on 150 REGULAR shaft. My other diriver is Titlist 905T w/ GD Reg. and hit 230-250 with draw, somtime Duck Hook in left trees. But with this stick, I hit 250-270 yards constant finding fairway. My 2nd shots are now 2 clubs short irons, thus hitting green on regulation much easier. I recommend this club to anyone, especialy to lower handicap players, because it's very traditional pear shape 420cc head but seems little smaller than 905T 400cc.

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