Fujikura EXS Golf Shaft Review

Fujikura EXS Driver Shaft

Russ Ryden, A Golf Digest America’s 100 Best Clubfitter
Fit2Score, Dallas Fort Worth, Texas

The EXS line from Fujikura is an Economy line of shafts available from Fujikura Charter Dealers. It features High, Mid and Low launch versions.That is unusual in an economy shaft.  When budget is an issue and a golfers fit indicates a particular shaft profile, the Fujikura EXS is available in a wide range of weight and flex.. The colors match the Fujikura Motore Speeder, also available in high, mid and low launch versions.

Having recently profiled the Motore Speeders, the Fujikura EXS line have a great deal in common with the Speeders.  Not all weights and flexes match exactly, but I can find close matches with a little hunting.  If the Speeder is a budget buster the EXS deserves a hard look.

Fuji EXS EiGj

Fujikura EXS Red

Fuji EXS Red Image


Average radial consistency of the review samples was 99.2 with a 0.4% standard deviation

Fujikura EXS Blue

Fuji EXS Blue Image


Average radial consistency of the review samples was 98.5 with a 0.7% standard deviation

Fujikura EXS Purple

Fuji EXS Purple Image

Fuji_EXS2_Tb Average radial consistency of the review samples was 98.6 with a 0.5% standard deviation

  • Leysur

    Those weight numbers for the EXS 6.1 seem to be quite different from the ones listed on the Fujikura website. Wonder why?

    • DevotedGolfer

      Thanks for calling that to my attention. I will ask that some be put into the next shipment of review samples and recheck the weights. You missed the bigger problem, the .1 numbers are repeated under the .2 graphic. Oops. fixing that now.

  • Jan Crean

    Is there much difference between Taylor fujikura speeder 57 and the EXS shaft?

    • DevotedGolfer

      Not having measured the shaft installed in the TaylorMade I cannot answer. There are three versions of the EXS making the comparison more involved. I will see if I can get one of the stock TaylorMade shaft measured.

  • Adam Huckeby

    In some of the older posts “Balance” is denoted with larger measurements of mid to upper 20’s. In the new posts they are in single digits of less than 5 inches in a plus or minus fashion….

    I assume the newer are from some neutral point “center” perhaps? How can i relate this to the older posts for comparison?

    • I found a error in my measuring technique of balance. I don’t know exactly when I fixed it. But the very old balance measurements are suspect.