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Ask Chad : Tipping and Tip to Graphic Measurement

Many of the questions that Chad has been receiving are concerning the effects of tipping and tip to graphic measurements for specific shafts.  When done properly, tipping can be a very effective tool to help a player dial in the perfect stiffness and feel for their swing type.  However, getting a shaft that has been tipped too much or with an unknown tipping measurement can completely alter the way a shaft will play and feel.  Chad explains in this short video.... The reality is that tip to graphic measurement is a very difficult reference for properly tipping shafts.  Every year, the cosmetics and graphics [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|Ask Chad, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Ask Chad: What Speeder Evolution is right for me?

The Speeder line of products has always used the most cutting-edge, high performance technologies and designed for the performance golfer seeking feel and stability. Use of proprietary design concepts and advanced materials, speeder shafts have always been one step ahead of the competition. The Speeder Evolution collection is developed with the most advanced technologies in the graphite shaft industry. From MCT (Metal Composite Technology), to 90 ton High Modulus Carbon and high strength T1100G material, to the most advanced multi-directional stability-enhancing material, as well as decades of tour-proven design techniques from Fujikura Japan. With the introduction of the [...]

By | October 30th, 2016|Ask Chad, Latest Fujikura News|0 Comments

Ask Chad: Getting a Little More Carry

Question: My magnum 44 stiff shaft allows me to hit the ball with a slight draw but I feel maybe not enough carry. The direction is good but I wonder if you have a stiff shaft ( or regular) that would be a better fit. If I go to regular shaft do I get to whippy or do you have a shaft you feel would keep me on line but allow a bit more distance.I'm a 10 and 67 years old. I hit driver 220 but looking for a shaft that might help. Jim Answer: Thanks for the [...]

By | August 11th, 2016|Ask Chad|0 Comments

Ask Chad [VIDEO] Why is Getting Custom Fit For Golf Shafts so Important?

Want to know the big secret to gaining 13 yards? It is all about being custom fit.  Take 2 minutes to watch the video below for more information. How do you start the custom fit process? It's easy. Just visit one of our exclusive authorized Fujikura Charter Dealers or start by using our Online Fitting Tool. Either way, you're bound to see results. 99% of golfers fit into Fujikura golf shafts instantly gain 13+ yards on average. It only takes an hour. What are you waiting for? Got a question about fit, Fujikura, your golf game or just golf [...]

By | July 7th, 2016|Ask Chad, Latest Fujikura News|0 Comments

Ask Chad: Looking for an Exotic Shaft-Your Recommendation?

Question:  I was just wondering which shaft Fujikura offers that would best fit my swing. I have currently been seeking a place to try different exotic shafts by different vendors but I have not found any as of late. All places I have been have standard stock shafts.   I did hit the Taylormade sldr with the Fujikura Motore Speeder TP stiff 6.3 Really enjoyed this shaft when hitting on a launch monitor. The question I have for this shaft is when I looked on your site and Taylormade site both had different specs for the same shaft. [...]

By | July 7th, 2016|Ask Chad, Latest Fujikura News|0 Comments

Ask Chad: Help Me Choose a New Driver Shaft

Question:  Trying to decide between your shafts for my new driver. I am between Speeder 6.3 and Fuel 50. I hit the ball in the air 230 yards on average. I have a lower right to left ball flight. of course, I am looking for a little more distance and maybe a little more height on my drive. Thanks, Gary Answer:  Thank you for contacting us at Fujikura. We appreciate your consideration for your next shaft purchase. The Motore Speeder 6.3 Tour Spec is not a higher ball flight shaft. The Specs of that shaft are geared more [...]

By | June 30th, 2016|Ask Chad, Latest Fujikura News|0 Comments

Ask Chad [Video]: The Question of His Career

An anonymous questioner asks: "Who was the winner of this year's Fujikura Dealer Cup?" And it looks like Chad can't wait to answer.

By | May 20th, 2016|Ask Chad|0 Comments

Ask Chad: A Two-for-One Q&A! Tour X versus Tour S and Speeder XLR8 versus PRO XLR8

Question:  Chad, hi. Hey, I just spontaneously bought an M1 3wood with a  PRO XLR8 shaft. it is amazing. I have the M1 driver which prompted this 3 wood purchase, but the shaft you guys have created holds up to my move really well. This was not the case with other times I have tried Fujikura. Long story short, I have an aldila greeneyes tourx in my driver. Trajectory is not overly high like you would think, but I game it because the torque is like 2.2 and you can really feel it. very stable. Even off the [...]

By | May 5th, 2016|Ask Chad|0 Comments

Ask Chad: Shaft Suggestions for 47-48″ Playing Length

Question: I have a 47/48 inch Long Tom and swing about 88-90 mph. I hit the driver about 198 carry with a 20 yd roll. Can you suggest a shaft? William Answer:  The longest I make a shaft is 46". So the longest I can get you at a finished playing length is a little over 47". With that in mind,  I would suggest you try a few different shafts. The Pro 51 XLR8 and the SIX XLR8. Both are extraordinary distance shafts and will add yards to your drive. Regards, Chad Got a question about fit, Fujikura, [...]

By | May 5th, 2016|Ask Chad|0 Comments

AskChad: What Low Launch Shaft Comparable to Fuel 50?

Question:  Was fitted for Fuel 50. Any comparable, low launch shafts you would recommend?..Swing speed 80-90 mph Tim Answer:  The replacement for that shaft is the Pro 51 XLR8. I think that if you were fit for the 50 gram Fuel you would be very happy with this replacement. Thanks, Chad Got a question about fit, Fujikura, your golf game or just golf in general? Then, simply Ask Chad! Chad Embrey is our resident expert on all things golf. You can submit your own questions here.

By | May 5th, 2016|Ask Chad|0 Comments