A huge week for professional golfers playing Fujikura golf shafts. Check out these highlights:
- PGA Tour World Golf Championship – The WGC HSBC Champion won with a Fujikura Fuel 65g X in his TM SLDR 10.5 driver to capture his seventh PGA victory. He also averaged 70 percent fairways hit, which is incredible.
- Remax Long Drive Championships – The winner of the Re/Max World long Drive Championship blasted a drive 427 yards in a cold left to right wind to capture the title with his Krank Golf driver and Fujikura Flywire shaft. Director of sales at Fujikura Jeremy Butler gave the following statement to the media last Friday: “This is a stock shaft for Krank Golf and to see these professionals swinging our shafts 140 MPH plus with a 55 gram shaft is a testament to our durability and performance.” In three other divisions at the World Long Drive Championships the Krank Golf and Fujikura Flywire combination was also used to win the title. Join the conversation on Twitter about this @FujikuraonTour
- Champions Tour Charles Schwab Cup Championship – Winner used a Fujikura Motore Speeer 6.2 tour spec X in his TM SLDR 9.5. Finished at 17 under, clear of 2nd place by 6 shots.
- Charles Schwab Cup –Winner used a Motore Speeder 6.2 tour spec in his Adams driver, Motore Speeder 6.2 in his RBZ 3 wood and Motore Speeder 9.8 in the hybrid.
- Fujikura wins driver and wood shaft brand count according to Darrell Survey
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