Fujikura Golf Shafts Reported #1 Longest Drive At Pebble And Were Used By Winners Of Both The PGA And Champions Tour

Written by Stephanie Hartgraves on April 3, 2014

Fujikura shafts were played by both the PGA and Champions Tour Winners over the weekend (models used were Speeder 6.2, Speeder 7.2 and Motore VC8.2 Tour Spec).

PGATour.com is also reporting that the Fujikura Fuel shaft was the longest driver shaft at Pebble Beach with a recorded 333 yards and the Darrell Survey is reporting Fujikura as the #1 wood shaft used at the Allianz Championship.

The buzz surrounding Fujikura golf shafts is only growing with the release of the NEW Speeder 757 and another surprise launch at the PGA Merchandising Show at the end of January, where the company unveiled the Fujikura PRO shaft.

The Speeder brand has maintained a reputation of being the “winningest shaft” on and off the Tour for nearly two decades and Fujikura’s recent marketing efforts have done a great job of capturing the winning spirit and pride of all those players that have chosen to play Fujikura. A bold headline that reads, “It’s By Choice, Not By Check” speaks to the respectable fact that Fujikura Golf does not pay players to use their products. Additionally, the company has launched an appreciation campaign that gives their “Fujikura Loyalists” opportunities to share their favorite Fujikura golf moments for a chance to win tickets to each of the Majors and other one-of-a-kind prizes such as custom, hand-painted limited edition shafts. You can view the pictures and comments on the website Fujikura created just for this promotion at http://www.SpeedtotheMajors.com


“The Fujikura Speeder Evolution 757 and 757 Tour Spec will be among the most sought-after shafts for stronger players in 2015. Consistent feel and higher ball speeds make this a solid upgrade from last year’s Speeder 757.”


“If the average golfer doesn’t take advantage of this, they are nuts!”

John and Dave Sanders - Father/Son Driver Fitting at Fujikura Fit-On Studio

"I have the most confidence I’ve ever had stepping up to the tee with a driver"

Steve Vermillion, fitted at Golf Etc.