This Fujikura Golf victory at the WGC Cadillac Championship follows last week’s victories at the PGA Honda Classic, the Honda LPGA Thailand and ISPS Handa Perth International.
Vista, Calif. – March 7, 2016 – Fujikura Golf, known for designing and producing the world’s best performance golf shafts, wins again on the PGA Tour. This week’s victory came on the second stop of the Florida swing at the WGC Cadillac Championship.
The infamous Blue Monster demanded accuracy and precision from the limited field of PGA Professionals this past weekend. Its wide spreading water hazards and perfectly positioned sand traps forced the field to play smart and keep the ball on the fairway.
The WGC Cadillac Champion played a Speeder Brand in his 4-wood which provided him the combination of distance and the ability to load the club EXACTLY the same every time providing him the accuracy he needed to win. He also used the same shaft last week to win the Honda Classic.
“We at Fujikura want to extend our congratulations to the WGC Cadillac Champion for his courageous play. He fought hard for this victory and for last week’s win at the Honda Classic. We also thank him for playing our shafts every week,” stated Fujikura Golf Marketing Manager Stephanie Hartgraves.
The Darrell Survey provided Fujikura data to prove that the winner and the runner-up at the WGC Cadillac played the Speeder brand golf shafts in their woods. In addition, the agency verified Fujikura golf shafts were played for a tie-for third place and a solo finish at sixth.
“Fujikura is honored to be associated with all of these top finishes. We are humbled weekly by these PGA Tour Professionals and their support of the brand,” added Hartgraves.
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. This state of the art technology allowed Fujikura’s engineers to enhance the Speeder series with advanced materials in the key areas of the golf shaft that contribute most to the club head and ball flight performance.