Fujikura has made a significant upgrade in their very popular Vista Pro line of iron, hybrid and wood shafts. We are super excited to see the incorporation of new materials for improved performance!
Typically known for their mid-high to high trajectory throughout the line, the new design brings more “flighting” to the line. This means that the lighter shaft like the 45 wood shaft will be higher launching than the 60 and 65.
The shafts also have a more traditional balance point, i.e. they are NOT counterbalanced for heavier driver heads. This also means you can get more reasonable swing weights in the lighter iron shafts.
And, the midsection has been firmed up across all of these shafts to provide more stability and consistency from swing to swing.
45 gr R3 (Ladies), R2 (Senior) and R (Regular) flexes,
55 gr R2 (Senior), R (Regular) and S(Stiff),
60 gr R(Regular), S(Stiff)
65 gr R(Regular), S(Stiff) and X(Extra Stiff)
75 gr S(Stiff) and X(Extra Stiff).
These shafts will typically play true to stated flex which is great for building consistent drivers and fairway woods.
40 HB R3(Ladies), R2(Senior), R(Regular) flexes.
50 HB R2(Senior), R(Regular)
60 HB R(Regular), S(Stiff)
70 HB S(Stiff)
The hybrids will play little soft to flex so do not be afraid of choosing an S(Stiff) flex when you think you may need an R(Regular).
40I R3(Ladies), R2(Senior) flexes
50I R3(Ladies), R2(Senior) and R(Regular)
60I R(Regular), S(Stiff)
70I R(Regular), S(Stiff)
Like the hybrids, the iron soft to shafts will play soft to the stated flex.
These are VERY popular and good performing shafts for slower swing speeds. We fit a lot of these shafts for junior golfers, lady golfers and seniors. And, for the price, the performance is better than other shafts in this price range.