FUJIKURA MCI SOLID WEDGE BLACK SHAFTS (.355)
'MCI SOLID / MILD' was developed with a new aim of choosing a shaft by the swing type of approach.
Available in 2 weights and 2 different spin characteristics, they offer the performance and feel similar to MCI irons. The SOLID option is the higher spinning option of the two and the MILD is the lower spinning option. In the new MCI (Metal Composite Irons), Metal Composite Technology was developed to combine the best attributes of steel and graphite into one revolutionary composite shaft. Increased hitting ability, even weight distribution, and individual length brings perfect flow of frequency and torque within your swing.
Approach swing is roughly divided into 'SOLID' which has a sense of unity with hands to tip for people who want to move the head naturally by extending the shot. For people who want to hit with square impact with reduced face rotation, 'MILD' features a distal rigidity and a gentle movement. Both of them also offer matching of 'MCI' and 'MCI Black'.
While MCI is recognized by many golfers for its performance, necessity of special wedge shaft according to a set of MCI shafts is called for. It seems to be a trend that wedge clubs are dealt with single body sales and its shaft is heavy steel, and many golfers use it as it is. Taking a look into the wedge shaft, there seems to be not consistent in bend rigidity and bend point. This time Fujikura introduce 2 kinds of model by bend point, one is SOLID and the other is MILD. You can choose according to your swing type or your desirable ball line.
Taper tip shafts should never be tip trimmed because they are designed to discrete lengths. Butt trim taper tip shafts to finished length.