Fujikura Golf Shafts were played by the majority of the Valspar Championship field including five PGA Professionals who finished on top of the leaderboard.
Vista, Calif. – March 14, 2016 – Fujikura Golf, known for designing and producing the world’s best performance golf shafts, has taken the top spot once more as the #1 Driver and #1 Wood Golf Shaft played at a PGA Tour event. This week’s accolades came from the Valspar Championship held in Palm Harbor, FL.
According to the Darrell Survey, golf’s leading golf equipment reporting agency, Fujikura Driver Shafts were played by 22.2% of the total field which is the equivalent of 32 driver shafts. In addition, the agency as confirmed that 88 Fujikura Wood Shafts were in play at the Valspar Championship which is five more than the company’s closest competitor and is approximately 20.4% of the field.
“To reach the No #1 Driver and No #1 Wood Golf Shafts played on the world’s greatest golf stage is gratifying. The entire Fujikura team works very hard to achieve these types of results. We are thrilled with this weekend’s ranking and also honored that the PGA Tour Professionals supports our brand weekly,” stated Fujikura Golf Marketing Manager Stephanie Hartgraves.
Not only did the Valspar Championship provide Fujikura the top spots for driver and wood shafts played but the company garnered four Top-10 finishes which included a tie for fifth place, and three ties for seventh place.
Fujikura had a selection of models in play at the Valspar Championship which included the PRO, the Rombax, and SIX but it was the Motore from the Speeder brand and Speeder models that were used by the majority of the field.
Fujikura Golf’s Speeder Series has been a worldwide favorite on many tours. Its legendary performance characteristics have been developed by enso®- Fujikura’s proprietary fitting and testing technology. This state of the art technology allowed Fujikura’s engineers to enhance the Speeder series with advanced materials in the key areas of the golf shaft that contribute most to the club head and ball flight performance.