Fujikura Shafts Have Earned A “Major” Reputation (Golf Business News)
Golf Business News story published 7-22-14. Read full story on Golf Business News website by clicking HERE
It is no secret that 100% of golf pros are custom fit for equipment, but we see a wide variety of club companies that sponsor these golf sensations week after week. What is remarkable is that Fujikura Golf is one of the few companies that does not sponsor players to use their product, yet week after week on the professional golf circuit, we see victories from the players that play Fujikura golf shafts.
Fujikura shafts were the most used driver shaft at the Masters Tournament two years in a row and have been played by the winner of two of the three majors so far this year. Most recently, both men’s and ladies British Open Champs Used Fujikura Wood Shafts according to the Darrell Survey report.
Last weekend Mo Martin played an incredible game of golf to claim the Women’s British Open Championship and this week, the winner of The Open Championship used a Fujikura Rombax P95 in his 3 wood to earn his first Open Championship title.
We’re thrilled by these wins because these professionals continue to demonstrate their confidence in Fujikura shafts to perform in premier events,” says Stephanie Hartgraves, Marketing Manager of Fujikura. “It’s so exciting to see these talented players depend on us and the advanced technology, materials and designs we work so hard on day in and day out.”
“This is another excellent week for our brand and team,” says David Schnider, President/COO of Fujikura. “These accomplishments help validate our mission, which is and always has been to simply create superior performance golf shafts.”
Some other note worthy Tour Stats:
Fujikura Won the Wood Shaft Brand Count on the LPGA Tour this week according to the Darrell Survey.
Fujikura shafts hold the top 2 spots in driving accuracy on the LPGA Tour with Speeder 569 as the #1 spot.
The Fujikura Fuel is still the longest driver on tour.
Fujikura shafts have been played by the winners of 3 out of 3 Majors on the LPGA Tour and 2 out of 3 of the PGA Tour
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