Introducing three new MC PUTTER models for clubfitters to fine tune the performance and feel of one of the most important clubs in a golfer’s bag. MC Putter incorporates a true multi-material construction, combining Fujikura’s RCT (Rubber Composite Technology) and MCT (Metal Composite Technology) proprietary technologies to provide you with ultimate feel and response while providing stability throughout the stroke. Precision and feel are absolute with MC Putter shafts.

Fujikura knows that one size does not fit all. They make a wide range of shafts to fit any golfer and believe that custom fit shafts are the key to unlocking performance for golfers of any level. Like their wood shafts, MC Putter shafts are available in three unique models varying in flex so fitters can find the perfect fit got the discerning golfer looking for every advantage on the greens.

Each of the three graphite putter shaft models are 115 grams and feature MCT and RCT technologies for improved stability and softer feel due to vibration dampening over traditional steel. RCT in these shafts makes any putter feel and sound like it has an insert for softer feel at contact.

$250 MSRP

Build Information

Currently only compatible with “plumbers neck” style putters.
.355 hosels – Shaft can be applied directly into the neck of the putter
.370 hosels – Trim tip end of shaft .7″ to fit

PREMIUM MATERIALS & TECHNOLOGIES

Designed to adjust balance points and CG, MCT brings together the benefits of metal and carbon fiber.

Combines carbon and rubber, which have better vibration damping properties than steel. By dampening the vibration with RCT, feel is amplified, providing you with ultimate responsiveness.

THREE MODELS TO ENHANCE YOUR FEEL

Smooth

  • Soft bend profile
  • Improves rhythm
  • Enhances putter head feel during the stroke

Softer than traditional putter shafts but with ultra-low torque to maintain stability throughout the stroke and off-center strikes. Think of it as a “R” or “regular” flex shaft (if traditional steel is “stiff”) which is geared more towards players with longer strokes or who want to feel the putter head more during the stroke. Player feedback: Effortless feel.

Firm

  • Intermediate bend profile
  • Blends rhythm and feedback at impact

This model is closest to traditional steel in flex, but with much lower torque for stability. This is for the golfer seeking improved consistency and better, softer feel than steel. The firm model would be closest to your traditional “Stiff” flex like a steel shaft would be. Player feedback: “Familiar to steel but softer ball contact feel.”

X-Firm

  • Ultra-stiff bend profile
  • Designed from Tour player feedback
  • Immediate response at impact

The stiffest putter shaft on the market by far! This would be the “TX” or “Tour X-Stiff” wood shaft version. This is designed for players seeking zero shaft flex in their stroke, geared towards golfers with quicker tempo putting strokes, such as a “pop” stroke. The X-Firm is the ultimate in stability. Player feedback: “I feel everything the head is doing.”

MODEL LENGTH WEIGHT TORQUE CPM (Stiffness) TIP OD BUTT OD TEMPO TYPE STROKE TYPE
SMOOTH 35 115 1.3 307 .355 .605 SLOW LONG
FIRM 35 115 1.6 454 .355 .610 INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE
X-FIRM 35 115 1.6 607 .355 .615 FAST SHORT

*Note – for reference, the CPM of steel shafts = 425-450 on average and steel shafts have a torque of 2.0-2.5

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GolfHolics React to MC Putter shafts

Mike and Marko from @Golfholics test out all three models of the new putter shafts with our very own Marshall Thompson and their favorite model may surprise you!

Get the Inside Scoop on MC Putter Shafts

Club Junkie Brian Knudson breaks down each model and gives all the details of the unique technologies that set this putter shaft line apart.

The Reviews are in…

Fujikura set out to make a multi-material putter shaft that had more stability and excellent feel. They did exactly that with the MC putter shaft. Read the full review

Bill Bush, DRIVINGRANGEHEROES.COM

For me the Fujikura MC Smooth just blew everything else clean out of the water. It was unbelievable. Listen to the review podcast

MATT SATERNUS, PLUGGEDINGOLF.COM

When everything comes together, you end up with swing weights that are just a bit heavier than steel and a bit lower than the Stability Shaft. Read the full review

TONY COVEY, MYGOLFSPY.COM

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