Fujikura was the #1 Manufacturer of both Driver and Wood Shafts
Vista, Calif. (May 22, 2017) – Fujikura’s new ATMOS Tour Spec shaft was the driver shaft of choice for the 2017 AT&T Byron Nelson Championship winner.
This past weekend’s winner has been playing ATMOS Tour Spec Black 6X since the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open. The low launching, low spinning performance was well suited to his swing and his new PXG 0811X Driver. Black is the lowest launching and spinning of the three new Tour Spec options. He averaged 305.5 yards off the tee on Sunday and 305 for the week at TPC Four Seasons in Irving, TX. He also trusted his driver in the clutch on the 72nd hole by hitting a 316 yard drive in the fairway on route to making par to secure his spot in a playoff. This was his first victory on the PGA Tour since 2014. In addition to being the shaft of choice by the winner, Fujikura was the #1 manufacturer of both Driver (28.2%) and Wood shafts (22.5%) (source: Darrell Survey).
ATMOS Tour Spec was introduced to players on the PGA TOUR at The Career Builder Challenge and is one of the newest and hottest shafts on Tour. Each week on Tour, the number of ATMOS shafts in play is growing as players take notice and continue to test. At This past weekend’s AT&T Byron Nelson Championship there were a total of 22 ATMOS Tour Spec wood shafts in play.
For a look inside the bag of the winner, click here for the equipment report on PGATour.com ( photo credit Getty Images / PGATour.com )
Availability & Pricing:
The ATMOS Tour Spec shafts are available in three different launch/spin options, all targeted at performance golfers. They are priced at $300 and available through the Fujikura charter dealer network. To learn more about the ATMOS Tour Spec and see the specs, visit http://fujikuragolf.com//atmos