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Tip Trimming

The following tip trimming instructions are suggestions only, as we generally do not recommend tip trimming on any driver or 3 wood shafts based on the composition of our shafts and how that could affect performance. We recommend that you consult your custom fitter or club-builder for the best tip trimming suggestions based on your individual swing and desired results. To locate a Fujikura custom fitter near you, please use our Dealer Locator.

In general, tip trimming can be used to achieve a stiffer shaft profile, lower launch, and/or lower spin. Tip trimming 1 “is equivalent to one flex, so for example, if you wanted to stiffen your S flex to an X flex then you would tiptrim 1”. Or maybe you decide that you want to play in between S and X flex, so it is suggested to tip trim 1/2”.


Woods 1 3 5 7 9
All Wood Shafts 0″ 0″ 0.5″ 1.0″ 1.5″
Hybrids 15-17 degree 18-20 degree 21-23 degree 24-27 degree 28 degree
All Hybrids 0″ 0″ .5″ 1.0″ 1.5″
Ventus HB .370 parallel tip can be tapered to be used in .355 utilities and long irons.
PRO and Vista PRO 1/2″ increments starting with #3 and butt trim to length
MCI butt trim to length


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