The Fujikura Golf Win Count NOW reaches 25 with these noteworthy victories. In addition, Fujikura Golf dominated the golf shaft counts at the JLPGA World Ladies Championship.

Vista, Calif. – May 9, 2016 – Fujikura Golf, known for designing and producing the world’s best performance golf shafts, has captured three more professional titles. Two of the titles were taken with a Fujikura Golf driver shaft and one with a Fujikura Golf wood shaft.

The golf shafts used to pursue these victories have been confirmed by the golf equipment reporting agency the Darrell Survey. Their data verified that the Champions Tour Insperity Invitational Champion played a Fujikura PRO-53 Driver Shaft in his Cobra Driver. The PRO Series Driver Golf Shaft features a custom bending profile which creates a stiffened mid and tip section which provides more forgiveness in the handle section.

Also verified by the Darrell Survey, the winner of JLPGA World Ladies Championship at Salonpas Cup in Japan, used the sub 60 gram S.I.X. Driver Golf Shaft in her Cobra Driver. The S.I.X. Driver Golf Shaft has been engineered with thinner walls to have the same feel, stability and the control of a heavier golf shaft. This lightweight but stable golf shaft allows this LPGA Professional to swing aggressively and gain maximum distance. She is one of the longest hitting LPGA Professionals on the Tour.

“Every professional and every golfer has different swing characteristics. As seen by these two Champions. Each played a different Fujikura Golf Shaft to fit their game and maximize their results. We at Fujikura Golf highly recommend you to visit a Fujikura Golf Dealer to see what Fujikura Golf shaft optimizes your swing,” commented Fujikura Golf Marketing Manager Stephanie Hartgraves.

In addition to the win at the JLPGA World Ladies Championship Salonpas in Japan, Fujikura Golf had the majority of driver and wood golf shafts in play. Fujikura Golf had 37 driver golf shafts in play which was 30.8% of the total field. At the same event, Fujikura had 188 wood golf shafts in play which was 30.3%.

The third victory which contributed greatly to the Fujikura Golf Win Count came on the LPGA Tour at the Yokohama Tire Classic. The international LPGA Professional played a highly popular Speeder brand golf shaft in her 3-wood. Fujikura Golf’s Speeder Series has been a worldwide favorite on many tours. Its legendary performance characteristics have been developed by enso®- Fujikura’s proprietary fitting and testing technology.

“These outstanding results included a variety of Fujikura Golf Shafts but there is one commonality, they all were developed with our proprietary fitting and testing enso® Technology – the real differentiator between us and the competition,” added Hartgraves.