Once you thumb through our latest catalog, you will notice nearly the entire line up of Fujikura shafts has been replaced. Therefore I want to give you a quick synopsis of the new line which can be broken down into 3 categories.
For those familiar with the Fit-On E series (100, 200 and 300) which were popular not only with professional clubmakers, but you saw these very same shafts (possibly under slightly different names) in major manufacturer’s performance shaft offerings. Taking the next step forward come the Fit-On Max series. This is Fujikura’s most comprehensive line which covers nearly all golfers. These are available in various weights and flexes for woods, hybrids and irons. The lightest shafts in the series will launch the ball the highest but as the weigh increases, the launch decreases. This should help in selecting some of the shafts especially the woods.
Fujikura’s high performance line for more aggressive or lower handicapped golfers is the Motore (pronounced Moh – tor – e). There are two versions of the shafts which both are designed to store energy in the tip section until just before impact. The F1 is a shaft that is firm from tip to butt to produce a low launch angle and low spin. The F3 has a slightly softer butt section to give it a little higher ball flight and feel, while maintaining lower ball spin.
The Sakura is Fujikura’s ladies line. The standard Sakura is very light and flexible, while the Sport version is firmer for more athletic women. New for this year is a 45g wood shaft.
|Fujikura Sakura 45||FJSAKU45||$54.99 ea.|