Fujikura Fit-On Max Graphite Wood Shaft

Fujikura Fit-On Max Graphite Wood Shaft

76 S Flex - 46", .335" tip (78gm) 4C1M -
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Fujikura Fit-On Max Graphite Wood Shaft

Fujikura Fin-On Max Graphite Wood Shaft.

  • Sing Sinc Design Technology provides each shaft with optimal flexural rigidity for exceptional feedback
  • Individual EI signature for each shaft weight
  • Designed to promote maximum control and distance.
  • .335 tip diameter

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 Fujikura Fit-On Max Shaft Specifications

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does the shaft coming with tip i.e. Calaway OptiForce for X 2 Hot driver and Grip?

Asked by: Shawndinh
No the grip and adaptor do not come with the shaft. You would need to purchase those seperately.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-23

My wife has a fujikura max 55g shaft in her driver and loves it. We would like to know if we could get a shaft for her 3 and 5 wood, what would you recommend ?Do they make this shaft for the ladies 3 an 5 woods ? Thanks much will be awaiting your reply.

Asked by: Chuck111
Fujikura is discontinuing the Fit-On Max shaft. They never offered it in an L flex. I would suggest looking at the Xcaliber Tour SL which is actually a little lighter weight but could certainly work well. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_AS0026 This shaft can be used in 3 & 5 woods as well as drivers.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-06

what fuijkura shaft is in Ping G25 Driver

Asked by: Bailey
There were 7 custom options of Fujikura shafts available for G25 driver. The stock G25 driver came with Ping proprietary graphite. You can go to the Ping website and see what custom options of Fujikura were available on the G25 driver.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-10-14

what is the difference between mid kick point and tip kick point. also what is the advantage or disadvantage to both types.

Asked by: Rick70
A high kick or bend point will produce a lower more boring trajectory. A low kick or bend point will promote a higher ball flight. The advantages of different bend points is to allow a player to choose a shaft profile that enhance his/her ball flight trajectory for maximum distance. Typically players with fast club head speeds will choose a shaft with a high bend point while players with slower club head speeds prefer to lower bend points.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-10-06

I am interested in replacing the shafts on a couple of the drivers I have. I am interested in men's senior flex, with a low kick point for Taylor Made R9 460 & SLDR drivers. What would you recommend? Thank you

Asked by: 216BillW
The Xcaliber Tour SL or the Xcaliber 5, both in A flex, would be two to consider. Also, the Grafalloy Boost and the Grafalloy Rocket in A flexes. The Xcaliber Tour SL is the lightest at 46 grams, which can help with clubhead speed. The Boost is 57 grams, which is still very light, and will probably feel the most flexible of the above choices, due the it's higher torque rating.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-09-03

I bought the 60 gram shaft about month ago for my driver and I find the tip is too soft. Is it gonna be ok if I trim the tip off about inch to make the tip more stiff. Or any idea to make the tip more stiff instead to buy the new one. Please help. 

Asked by: Mrou123

I'd like to replace my old Ping Ti3 fairway wood graphite shaft (S.) It broke once & had replace by Ping repair shop but it wasn't like original feel to it. If you can find out original spec. of that & suggest what's best match to it, I like to but it.

Asked by: Henry
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