FUJIKURA TRAVIL 85 IRON SHAFTS (TAPER)
Introducing a new iron shaft that focuses on the drop angle, which is the essential element to stop the ball where you aim it. After repeated tests by many tour pros, we were able to produce a product with a high level of drop angle and feel. By compositing carbon, metal,...
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Introducing a new iron shaft that focuses on the drop angle, which is the essential element to stop the ball where you aim it. After repeated tests by many tour pros, we were able to produce a product with a high level of drop angle and feel. By compositing carbon, metal, and rubber, the smooth feel and rebound are precisely controlled. Get a trajectory that can aim from above.
The landing angle is an important factor in stopping the ball where you aim. In addition, to spin rate and launch angle, it is one of the factors that have become clearer in recent years due to the spread of trajectory measuring instruments. Tour pros focus on the angle of fall when hitting the green. What kind of shaft do you need to aim from above?
The development of TRAVIL started from there.
To achieve the drop angle that professionals demand. Uses rubber material for all layers and metal for the tip.
The model name "TRAVIL" is a coined word that combines "TOUR RATED" and "ABILITY" with the "V" of "victory". In other words, it is a shaft for irons that have been developed to bring out the capabilities of tour players based on tour feedback.
The focus was on the falling angle. Developed using Fujikura's unique composite technology so that you can aim from the top and stop the ball even on the hard and fast greens of tour specifications.
"Metal Composite Technology" is a center-of-gravity adjustment technology that achieves the same club balance as steel shafts without compromising swing comfort. In addition, by adopting "Rubber Composite Technology", in addition to controlling the bending return of the shaft, we succeeded in acquiring a soft-hitting feel. In addition, it is also a big feature that is designed to have a smooth EI distribution while increasing the tip rigidity. The synergistic effect with the rubber material makes the shaft sticky and improves the operability of the head. It enables the gentle angle of incidence, high launch angle, and large drop angle required by tour pros.
Data based on #7.
Served as the captain of the Nihon University golf club and won titles such as the Japan Student and the Japanese Student Education Minister's Cup. He turned professional in 1984 and won his first tour in 1987. After retiring from the tour, he started taking lessons, including winning Lesson of the Year in 1997. He is currently active as a commentator and reporter.
Polished his skills at the prestigious Takushoku Koryo High School golf club. He is currently active as a driving contest pro, and won first place at the 2019 Golf Digest Japan Driving Contest with a record of 309 years. His longest flying distance is 320y. He has a Taiwan tour license. TPI Certified Trainer (LEVEL1).