FUJIKURA VENTUS TR BLUE WOOD SHAFT
Introducing a new profile to the lineup, VENTUS TR. Born from the continuous quest for improvement and backed by enso driven analytics and Tour feedback, VENTUS TR builds upon one of the most trusted and best-selling wood shafts in Fujikura history. TR is a new mid launch, low spin profile in the VENTUS line. Welcome to the next level of VENTUS performance.
VELOCORE TECHNOLOGY + SPREAD TOW FABRIC
With VeloCore Technology providing an incredibly stable platform for performance, the additional integration of a unique Spread Tow carbon fabric works in unison to create advanced overall stability without compromising player feel.
Ongoing enso® analytics show that the shaft undergoes tremendous stress in the mid/handle section during the transition and downswing. By incorporating an incredibly strong and ultra-lightweight Spread Tow carbon fabric, VENTUS TR is able to increase torsional stiffness in this specific section, helping to even further reduce twist and ovalization during the swing.
- Spread Tow Fabric - An ultra-high modulus and lightweight composite woven material used to increase torsional stiffness and stability without adding excess weight.
- VeloCore Technology - A multi material bias core using full-length Pitch 70T carbon fiber to create an incredibly stable platform.
- enso® Analytics - Capturing at +1,000 fps, our proprietary 3D motion capture system allows us to further explore and fully understand the relationship between the shaft and the player leading to the development of industry-leading shaft performance.
VENTUS TR BEND PROFILE
SHAFT TIP TRIMMING
The following tip trimming instructions are suggestions only. We generally do not recommend tip trimming on a driver or 3 wood shafts based on the shaft composition and how tipping could affect performance. We recommend that you consult your custom fitter or club-builder for the best tip trimming suggestions based on your individual swing and desired results.
In general, tip trimming can be used to achieve a stiffer shaft profile, lower launch, and/or lower spin. Tip trimming 1“ is equivalent to one flex. For example, if you wanted to stiffen your S flex to an X flex then you would tip trim 1”. If you prefer to play shaft in between S and X flex, you would tip trim 1/2”.