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For more than 30 years, Fujikura has set the standard in shaft design, process technology, and materials— all of which have helped lower golf scores around the world. Better performance on the course— that’s the advantage serious golfers should expect and get from their equipment.

Maximum Carbon Fiber Content
Provides greater stiffness and strength compared to a standard/conventional material at a similar weight. This allows for increased stability, distance, and feel. Materials containing extremely high fiber content are difficult to make, and only the best, high-precision material suppliers can accomplish it. They make it especially for Fujikura.

Fuel Rod
Fuel Rod Technology, comprised of the Combustion Chamber and the Load Injector Tip, allows for a more efficient transfer of energy down the shaft, generating more power with less overall effort.

Metal Composite Technology
MCT achieves two important features in a graphite shaft for irons and hybrids. Benefits include a balanced adjustment of center gravity location in a shaft and better controllability by smooth movement coming from a thinner silhouette, which is essential to iron and hybrid shafts.

Quadra Axis
Our four directional graphite composite holds the shaft “in round” through the impact area of a swing. When used together with the Triax weave, the shaft returns to the head more consistently, producing more centers of contact. Translation: longer and straighter drives.

H.I.T. Technology
H.I.T. stands for High Inertia Tip. This technology stores more energy during your downswing then releases that energy right before impact, which means the tip end of the shaft accelerates faster to the ball. This provides optimal spin, regardless of hits with higher or lower trajectories.

Fujikura invented an innovative design process that surrounds graphite shaft fibers in the outer walls with a rigid “cage” structure. This creates thinner, lighter walls that have the same feel and control of a heavier shaft.

Carbon fiber is woven into a honeycomb structure that covers the ply in three directions. Triax resists the bending forces from multiple directions during the swing to provide increased stability and speed toward impact.