Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro White Driver Shaft Review

Mitsubishi Tensei Pro White Shaft Review

By Russ Ryden, Fit2Score, A Dallas Fort Worth Club Fitter & Club Maker
The Golf Center at the Highlands, Carrollton Texas


The Mitsubishi Tensei Pro is now available in two profiles Pro Blue and Pro White.These should not be confused with the Tensei CK, a shaft made for the club companies. The release of two shaft profiles is now becoming common from Mitsubishi. The KuroKage TINI is available in the XM and XT versions as well as the Black and Silver which are the OEM versions.


The Mitsubishi Tensei has DuPont Kevlar fiber woven with the MRC carbon fiber and place in the butt section of the shaft. Our testers are reporting that they prefer the feel of this over other shafts with similar profiles. Mitsubishi has a unique position in the shaft business. They are vertically integrated and make their own unique prepregs. The Tensei used MRC low resin content prepreg with 15% more fiber and 13% less resin. High density shafts have a unique feel. The density dampens vibration. The Tensei shafts have Boron fiber woven into the tip. This is a variation of the Titanium Nickel wire woven into the KuroKage shafts. The effect is a much the same, Improved tip stability which results in tighter dispersion.

Lets take a look at the numbers. 

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  • Bin Ray

    How does this shaft compare to the KURO KAGE XT ? I’m using XT 60 S now, and want to see if I can use this shaft in 60 X flex to give me better distribution. thanks!

    • They came out of the same mold. We are going to do some testing shortly of similar profiles form MRC with different materials. I am glad you asked. I had been meaning to look at the comparisons. They are as identical as it gets.

      • Munchies Moo

        So is there a reason to upgrade? Thanks!

        • Mike Laycock

          Each shaft has a distinct feel to it. The 40T and 46T carbon plus TiNi of the XT feels different from the 40T with Kevlar and Boron in the Pro White. For me, I tend to like the feel of the XT but need the spin reduction of the Pro White. Dispersion is similar but the Pro White’s Boron tip is just a fraction more stable.

  • Golfbaka

    Would love to see the CK Pro Hybrids reviewed. I am looking for a low torque hybrid with a soft butt section and do not want to stray from the Mitsubishi range or use the D+ model

  • IO

    Would these be examples of shafts you would recommend not tipping because you are cutting away the stiff part of the tip design?