The response of a trailing shielded perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) write head with a three-turn two-layer coils is calculated using a full micromagnetic large scale model including return pole and soft underlayer. We study the effect of PMR yoke length and write current overshoot on the dynamic response of the head at high frequency. In particular, recording performance parameter, nonlinear transition shift (NLTS) is simulated using micromagnetic media model. Shorter yoke length head improves NLTS as compared with longer yoke length. Measured NLTS has qualitative agreement with micromagnetic model results.