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Fujikura ATMOS Red Graphite Iron Shaft R Flex

 
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Fujikura ATMOS Red Graphite Iron Shaft R Flex

  • These are brand new and original Fujikura Atmos Red graphite iron golf shafts.
  • These were a stock shaft found in the TaylorMade M4 irons and Rescue hybrid clubs. 0.370" tip diameter, 41.5" and high launching in this high-performance design.
  • The Atmos Red is designed for players looking for a mid to high trajectory with medium spin.
  • The Fujikura ATMOS line is geared towards the performance golfer looking to keep the ball flighted down with low spin.
  • ATMOS Red is a mid/high launch, mid spin design
  • Maximum Carbon Fiber Content provides greater stiffness and strength compared to standard/conventional material at a similar weight, allowing for increased stability, distance and feel. 
  • Innovative “CAGE” design in the outer wall structure creates thinner, lighter walls providing the same feel and control of heavier shafts
  • Maximum Carbon Fiber Content provides greater stiffness and strength compared to standard/conventional material at a similar weight, allowing for increased stability, distance and feel
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Swing Speed: 85-90 mph (R), 95-105 mph (S), 105-115 mph (X)
  • Tip Trimming: #1 0"; #2 0.5"; #3I 1"; #4 1.5"; #5 2"; #6 2.5"; #7 3"; #8 3.5"; #9 4";  Wedges 4"
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Par Tip Flight
Iron R 2.8° 0.370" N/A 41.5" 72.5 g N/A Mid-High
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3 Review(s)  



3 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
James French
Jul 6, 2021
A great iron shaft at a great price.

Advantages: Mid flight with low torque. Easy to hit long irons.

Disadvantages: None
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Lloyd Peterson
May 30, 2021
Fantastic product! Great flex point. I hit a super high ball and these shafts get the ball up high with no sacrifice in distance!
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Dominick Barrese
May 9, 2021
Very pleased with these shafts. I ordered 10, only 1 was hard to laser flo and floed graphics down. The frequency measured after flo on 7 shafts were 3 CPM apart..the last 3 were within 9 CPM. Would recommend these shafts.

Advantages: Very consistent.
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Asked by James Provenzano on Apr 1, 2021
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there are many free videos at YouTube.com showing you how to build a golf club and how to install a shaft into club head. here are the steps: tip trim shaft. sand tip section and slide over ferrule, apply epoxy, install shaft into head, wipe off and let it dry. after epoxy cured, butt trim to desired club length, install grip.
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jul 22, 2021


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#4 hybrid club is longer club length than a standard #4 iron. what is the desired club length of your #4 hybrid? Apply the club length to an iron number and do tip trim for the equivalent iron number
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jul 19, 2021


Description

Fujikura ATMOS Red Graphite Iron Shaft R Flex

  • These are brand new and original Fujikura Atmos Red graphite iron golf shafts.
  • These were a stock shaft found in the TaylorMade M4 irons and Rescue hybrid clubs. 0.370" tip diameter, 41.5" and high launching in this high-performance design.
  • The Atmos Red is designed for players looking for a mid to high trajectory with medium spin.
  • The Fujikura ATMOS line is geared towards the performance golfer looking to keep the ball flighted down with low spin.
  • ATMOS Red is a mid/high launch, mid spin design
  • Maximum Carbon Fiber Content provides greater stiffness and strength compared to standard/conventional material at a similar weight, allowing for increased stability, distance and feel. 
  • Innovative “CAGE” design in the outer wall structure creates thinner, lighter walls providing the same feel and control of heavier shafts
  • Maximum Carbon Fiber Content provides greater stiffness and strength compared to standard/conventional material at a similar weight, allowing for increased stability, distance and feel
  • Bend Point: Mid
  • Ball Flight: Mid-High
  • Swing Speed: 85-90 mph (R), 95-105 mph (S), 105-115 mph (X)
  • Tip Trimming: #1 0"; #2 0.5"; #3I 1"; #4 1.5"; #5 2"; #6 2.5"; #7 3"; #8 3.5"; #9 4";  Wedges 4"
Specification
Shaft Flex Torque Tip Butt Length Weight Par Tip Flight
Iron R 2.8° 0.370" N/A 41.5" 72.5 g N/A Mid-High
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3 Review(s)  



3 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
James French
Jul 6, 2021
A great iron shaft at a great price.

Advantages: Mid flight with low torque. Easy to hit long irons.

Disadvantages: None
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Lloyd Peterson
May 30, 2021
Fantastic product! Great flex point. I hit a super high ball and these shafts get the ball up high with no sacrifice in distance!
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Dominick Barrese
May 9, 2021
Very pleased with these shafts. I ordered 10, only 1 was hard to laser flo and floed graphics down. The frequency measured after flo on 7 shafts were 3 CPM apart..the last 3 were within 9 CPM. Would recommend these shafts.

Advantages: Very consistent.
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Product Q&A
Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
Q
Do you find this helpful? YES NO
Asked by James Provenzano on Apr 1, 2021
A
there are many free videos at YouTube.com showing you how to build a golf club and how to install a shaft into club head. here are the steps: tip trim shaft. sand tip section and slide over ferrule, apply epoxy, install shaft into head, wipe off and let it dry. after epoxy cured, butt trim to desired club length, install grip.
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jul 22, 2021


A
#4 hybrid club is longer club length than a standard #4 iron. what is the desired club length of your #4 hybrid? Apply the club length to an iron number and do tip trim for the equivalent iron number
 
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Jul 19, 2021