#1 LPGA Golfer in the World wins again using all Fujikura in her driver and Fairway Metals.
(Vista, CA – September 12, 2011) Fujikura’s Motore F1 designed with our proprietary H.I.T. technology, was in the winner’s driver at this years NW Arkansas Championship. She also played Rombax in her fairway metal and Fit-On in her hybrids. The winner has now won her 16th events at the young age of 22 and leads the LPGA in driving distance as well as greens in regulation.
“She is a tremendous athlete, a phenomenal golfer and we are very proud of the continual success of our brand on the LPGA and all other professional tours this year,” says Pat McCoy, Director of Technical Services. “It is such an honor to know that the #1 female golfer in the world trusts our shafts over any other and it continues to give her the confidence she needs to win tournaments.”
The Motore Brand features our H.I.T. Technology, which stores energy during the downswing and releases the energy just before impact while maintaining stability. Our “smart-shaping” of the tip enables these benefits while minimizing weight, allowing the tip end to accelerate faster.
The Fujikura Rombax has been a clear favorite on all professional Tours for years. Rombax uses a proven combination of Fujikura patented Triax Material technology and a unique braided box-weave composite throughout the length of each shaft.
The Rombax shaft line, along with our full line of shafts, is available now through Fujikura’s Charter Dealers across the United States and around the World.
Fujikura is the primary supplier to many national club brands offering both proprietary and brand product shaft designs. Fujikura products also can be custom fitted through its network of over 900 Charter Dealers. To learn more about Fujikura, visit www.fujikuragolf.com or become a fan at www.facebook.com/fujikuragolf
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