Harrison Mugen Overview/Technology-

The Harrison Mugen is a shaft that features a number of technological attributes that make it very unique. The shaft features a Ultra Thin Ply (UTP) and satellite grade graphite fiber. The tip (Nano tip) is of ultra strength made of single walled carbon nanotubes that adds further to the strength of the shaft.

TYPE
CONSTRUCTION
TIP
TORQUE
FLEX
FLEX POINT
WT.
LENGTH
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
3.8°
L, A, R
Mid
55g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
3.2°
L, A, R, S, X
Mid
65g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
2.8°
A, R, S, X
Mid
75g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
2.5°
R, S, X
Mid
85g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
2.2°
S, X
Mid
95g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
1.8°
S, X
Mid
105g
46″
Harrison Mugen Prototype
Harrison Mugen Prototype

The Harrison Mugen also touts the Mugen Prototype, designed for the better player with a slightly lower torque (relative to weight) and a higher bend point.

Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
2.7°
R, S, X
Mid-High
65g
46″
Wood
UTP Graphite
.335″
2.4°
R, S, X
Mid-High
75g
46″

The fusion between satellite grade fibers and the UTP allows this shaft to weigh as much as 1/3 less the average graphite shaft.

Actual Player Feedback-

“Wow! Completely changed the entire complexion of the club. My trajectory is a bit lower because its not as “whippy” as the stock shaft I had”

“This shaft is awesome!”

“I have nothing but great things to say about this shaft”

Pros/Positives-

Great shaft due to its higher launch and lower torque which makes for a long consistent shaft. The relationship between the high launch coupled with a

Cons/Negatives-

The shaft may seem a bit “looser” that can be misconstrued of the lightness. But the relative low torque keeps this shaft in check.

Overall Rating-

Ultimately if you are looking for a mid to high launch, low spin shaft, the Harrison Mugen should be on the short list. This shaft is an extremely popular amongst PGA tour professionals including Rory Sabattini.