Fujikura is the driver shaft of choice for winners on PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Web.com Tour in the same weekend.
Vista, Calif. (March 27, 2017) – This past weekend at the Web.com Tour’s Chitimacha Louisiana Open presented by NACHER, the PGA Tour’s World Golf Championships – Dell Technologies Match Play and the LPGA Tour’s Kia Classic, Fujikura was the driver shaft of choice by each of the winners.
The all new for 2017 ATMOS Tour Spec (Blue 6X) was played by the winner of Chitimacha Louisiana Open presented by NACHER. The winner’s driving accuracy for the week was 70% en route to his victory. The low torque design of ATMOS Tour Spec promotes a much lower dispersion on drives for increased accuracy. The ATMOS Tour Spec line is geared towards the performance golfer looking to keep the ball flighted down with low spin.
The Speeder Evolution II 569, introduced in 2015, was used in both the driver and three wood by the winner of the Kia Classic on the LPGA Tour. Evo II is the lowest launch of the 3 Evolution shafts. Fujikura’s proprietary Metal Composite Technology combined with Triax Core technology and TORAYCA® T1100G results in an extremely stable, low spinning shaft with a higher balance point for increased clubhead speed. The winner of the LPGA Kia Classic had a driving distance of 257.75 and accuracy of 68% over the four days in Carlsbad, CA.
Finally, the winner of the World Golf Championships – Dell Technologies Match Play, the only player to capture the WGC Grand Slam and most notably the no. 1 player in the world, used his trusty Speeder Evolution 661 Tour Spec in his driver to win the match play event.
Fujikura wood shafts are available through our charter dealer network. Speeder Evolution MSRP is $400 and ATMOS Tour Spec MSRP is $300. To locate your local dealer and schedule a fitting, visit: http://fujikuragolf.com//dealer-locator/