New Fujikura EXS Series Shafts Takes Over Where the Fit-On Max and Sakura Left Off
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Sakura has been Fujikura’s lady-specific shafts for the past several years. If you are previously familiar with the Sakura models that have been offered for the past few years, then you will already know what to expect from the EXS Sakura line. For those who are having their first encounter, these are extremely lightweight, flexible, and easy to get the ball airborne and ideal for the average strength lady golfer. These are also made of premium materials and upgrades over what would typically be found in name brand ladies clubs.
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A numbers game; which wood shaft is right for me?
The EXS is a comprehensive line with various weights and trajectories. While the number of options might look confusing at first, it will be soon be easy to sort out the difference amongst the wood shafts.
To make selecting the shafts user-friendly, the shaft’s silkscreens are color coded. The “Red” color-schemed shafts’ names end in .0 (such as 5.0 and 6.0). These happen to be the highest launching shafts in the family aside from the Sakura. In addition, the first number indicates the weight where the “5” would be a shaft that weighs in the 50 gram range and the 6 would be in the 60 gram range.
Now moving on, those shaft names ending with .1 (like the 5.1, 6.1 and 7.1), have blue in their silkscreen and these are the mid launching shafts in the family. Again, the first number represents the weight range. Lastly, the shafts ending in .2 are the lowest launching in the family and offered in heavier weight options and identified by the purple in the silkscreen.
Hybrids and Irons
The hybrids and irons are also color coded. The EXS 65 Hybrid and the EXS 60 iron have red in their color-scheme. They are the lightest and highest launching to pair with the 5.0 and 6.0 wood shafts. The slightly heavier EXS 75 hybrid and EXS 70 iron shafts can easily be spotted by their blue color in the silkscreen and you guessed it, these match up well with the 5.1, 6.1 and 7.1 wood shafts.
All the EXS shafts are also affordable and add performance while bridging the gap between entry level (stock) shafts and the much higher priced premium models. Fujikura is an established brand you can trust just as many professional have for several years on all the major circuits.