Fujikura wraps up another week of Tour dominance at Pebble Beach, Bahrain, and Panama
In the high-stakes world of professional golf, top players continue to rely on Fujikura shafts to power their long clubs. The Carlsbad, California-based company collected its 7th and 8th professional victories over the weekend on the Korn Ferry and DP World Tours, while dominating the "counts" at Pebble Beach on the PGA Tour.
It is said that the shaft is the "engine that powers the golf club," and Fujikura has once again proven its mettle as that all-important component by dominating the PGA Tour statistics at Pebble Beach. Fujikura was the top choice for drivers and woods among the elite golfers competing in the scenic but weather-battered vistas of California during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. A staggering 42.5% of competitors wielded Fujikura's driver shafts, while 38.6% opted for their wood shafts, showcasing the trust and reliance placed in Fujikura's Velocore technology that forms the basis of their popular Ventus line of shafts.
Meanwhile, across the globe at the DP World Tour's Bahrain Championship, Fujikura's engineering prowess was once again on full display. Marking its 7th victory in the 2024 season, a golfer clinched a 2-shot victory with the VENTUS TR Blue 6-TX, a testament to the precision and power Fujikura shafts bring to the game.
But the tales of victory echoed even further, reaching the Panama Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour, where Fujikura collected 2024 victory No. 8. Here, Fujikura's VENTUS driver and wood shafts were not just part of the game; they led the champion to an astounding 8-shot victory.
Armed with the VENTUS Black 6-X in his driver, and VENTUS Blue 8-X and 9-X in his woods, the former Stanford golfer collected his first career professional victory. The win marked the third consecutive week on the Korn Ferry Tour where the winner was wielding Fujikura's cutting-edge technology.
This series of victories across prestigious tours underscores Fujikura's dominant position among the top players in the world. But their shafts aren't just for Tour players; visit a Fujikura dealer to find out which shaft will help you to victory in your club championship or state amateur.