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  1. No those shafts are produced in conjunction with TM at our partner factories in China, which we utilize for some production of other Fuji parts, not just OEM shafts.
  2. revkev - this is great to hear! Thanks for the feedback and we look forward to hearing more about this from all of the testers once this ongoing crisis is resolved! Stay safe and healthy! - AT, Fujikura Golf
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  4. I would also suggest Motore X F1. It is going to give you a great option between 2.0 TS and Ventus Black. For more info, check out the link on Motore X. Harry Nodwell is a big fan of this in his driver as well! https://fujikuragolf.com/woods/motore-x Thanks! - AT, Fujikura Golf
  5. Hi Kenny - hope these answers help! Q1: Without knowing your swing or numbers I will say this - Your speed is in the R2 (Senior) to R flex range but I would lean towards the R flex (if you're closer to 90mph). However, if you are wanting a 60g Senior flex we do have an option for you in the PRO 2.0 line - PRO 2.0 6-R2. Q2: Our iron shafts are a .370 parallel but most of our dealers can taper without an issue. That being said, our PRO and Vista PRO iron shafts are offered in one-length blanks making it possible to hard/soft step and dial in the flex you need. I would suggest that you try the PRO Iron 85i in an R-Flex. Thanks for your question! - AT, Fujikura Golf
  6. Brandon M - The weight difference is about 4 grams between the two if I'm understanding your question correctly. There is not a TX version in the Ventus line. I would recommend you try both once we are able to get out and do so. PRO 2.0 TS has seen quite a bit of play over the last two years but Ventus with VeloCore has been a game changer for many. As always, we recommend you visit one of our Charter Dealers to optimize your performance. Here's the link to our Dealer Locator in case you were wondering what shops carry Fujikura in your area: https://fujikuragolf.com/dealer-locator Hope this helps and thanks for your questions! - AT, Fujikura Golf
  7. PMookie - Concerning your hybrid question, I would suggest Atmos TS HB Blue 8X and/or PRO 2.0 HB 8X as a starting point. I believe you'll find a slightly higher launch with the PRO 2.0 and it may feel slightly softer than the Atmos TS HB Blue. The Atmos TS HB Blue will give you a slightly stiffer feeling handle/butt section which you may like based on your speed. Thanks for playing Ventus in the driver! I'm a big fan of it as well! We do not currently sell hats/gear but we are working on some things to maybe make that possibility one day, stay tuned! Hope this helps, thanks for your support! - AT, Fujikura Golf
  8. The main difference is Ventus has VeloCore with superior materials in the full length bias core (pitch 70 ton) and should yield better dispersion than Motore X for most golfers. Motore X has a torsionally stiffened handle section that should yield more clubhead acceleration and speed for most golfers. Also Ventus is $350 MSRP and Motore X is $275. -eric
  9. stiffer flex should generally yield slightly lower spin, but this is a tough one to answer and is splitting hairs, we're talking probably less than 100 rpm difference. -eric
  10. Take a read through the production article: https://mygolfspy.com/shaft-u-production-process-101/ And watch this video https://youtu.be/nnlCnXMlQB0 -eric
  11. Ventus black should promote better center face contact and help your dispersion. Compared to PRO 2.0 TS they have similar EI profiles so they should feel similar but PRO 2.0 is more counterbalanced than Ventus. Ventus Black is definitely stout, but does not feel like rebar due to higher quality materials and VeloCore.
  12. Sorry for any confusion. Yes, different machines altogether thus the CPM could be different from one machine to another. -Eric
  13. We'll chime in here - We make the widest range of shafts in the industry including those for seniors.We have iron shafts ranging from 45 gram R3 flex to 115 Tour X. Our Vista Pro line has a range of weights and flexes that will surely impress and our fitters love the flexibility. Please have a look here: https://fujikuragolf.com/woods/vista-pro Let us know if you have any questions! We're here to help and support.
  14. Hey Josh Ross - Thanks for your question! Take the following as a starting point. From my understanding that shaft was a low/mid launch profile. I would suggest you take a look at the following models. Ventus - our fastest growing line ever, designed to enhance velocity and on-center face contact through VeloCore technology. Ventus Blue is our mid launch low spin model, Ventus Black is our launch and spin killer (low launch low spin). Motore X F1 - new for 2020, F1 offers a low-mid launch/spin and was designed to increase ball speeds while still providing stability and control in a tour-feel profile. Hope this helps! - AT, Product Mktg Mgr, Fujikura
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