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Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft Review

One of the most popular shafts of 2018 has been the Mitsubishi TENSEI CK Pro Orange. This shaft was put into play by some of the best players in the world including Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Ian Poulter, and others. An addition to the popular TENSEI CK Series of shafts, the Pro Orange joins the CK Pro White, CK Pro Blue, and CK Pro Red models. The TENSEI Pro Orange is a high-end shaft designed to help players with high swings speeds get the most out of their club. The TENSEI Pro Orange is perfect for strong players looking to take their game to the next level.

Mitsubishi TENSEI CK Pro Orange 60 Ready to Play w/Grip & Tip Choice

Key Features

  • TheTENSEI Pro Orange uses a counter-balanced approach alongside extreme tip-stiffness to give versatility to players with high swing speed. Indicative of all CK Pro series, the Pro Orange is engineered with Carbon Fiber and Kevlar® in the butt-section of the shaft.  
  • This shaft also features a multi-material design utilizing intermittent High Modulus, 40-Ton prepreg and tungsten powder to deliver precise weight throughout. MR70 carbon fiber is infused into the tip section to deliver lower torque and improved stability.  
  • TENSEI Pro Orange is billed as a top-of-the-line low launch, low spin, high kick point shaft that elite golfers will love. When compared to the rest of the TENSEI Series, the Pro Orange is stiffest in the tip-section and softest in the butt-section. This unique contradiction between the ends of the shaft give it a signature soft feel with precise club head delivery.
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TENSEI Pro Orange Shaft Detailed Review

Design and Technology

Mitsubishi is known for making high-quality shafts that tour players love. High swing speed players tend to gravitate towards Mitsubishi offerings to enhance their control but remove the rigid feel that accompanies so many extra-stiff shafts. TENSEI Pro Orange’s true genius is in its counter-balanced design. Allowing high swing players to increase the clubhead weight while maintaining their preferred swing weight can result in massive ball speed increases.

Players with swing speeds above 110 mph will find that heavier driver and fairway wood heads can offer additional ball speeds by using more mass to create a larger impact. By positioning the weight of the golf shaft closer to the butt-section, the Pro Orange allows golfers to add clubhead mass and produce longer drives.

After testing this shaft I quickly adopted it as my gamer. I am fortunate enough to be able to test many aftermarket shafts and have found this to be the best one in my current driver. I have played the TENSEI Pro Orange for one season now and have seen my driver distance and accuracy increase. By utilizing the counter-balanced nature of this shaft, I was able to add additional head weight to my G400 Max driver while maintaining my standard D4 swing weight. This extra head mass allowed me to pick up 3 mph in ball speed.

This added carry distance coupled with the extreme forgiveness in the G400 Max club head design has given me the best all-around driver I have ever played. Without question, my confidence with the driver has never been higher and I achieved my furthest drive to date with a carry of 310 yards as recorded by the GCQuad launch monitor system.

Even though this shaft is built for the faster swing player, I find it to be incredibly smooth, it loads and unloads effortlessly and allows me to know exactly where my club is during all parts of my swing. I have allowed my regular foursome to test it with my driver to get their responses. Even golfers with swing speeds as low as 95 mph with their drivers have noticed how effortless it feels when hitting golf shots. I think that due to the softer butt-section of this shaft, many people beyond just the quickest swingers will be shocked at how great Pro Orange performs in their hands.

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Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft Review
Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft

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  • Incredible clubhead stability at the highest swing speeds
  • The tip-stiff design gives ultimate control while the soft butt-section yields incredible feel
  • Ability to order in a variety of weights and flexes for all player preferences and swings
  • Limited availability to demo in retail stores and pro shops
  • The TENSEI Pro Orange is expensive, even among aftermarket shafts, with an MSRP of $450
  • The counter-balance feel can be odd for golfers used to traditionally weighted shafts

Specs

The TENSEI Pro Orange is available in 60g regular, stiff, and tour-extra-stiff options, 70g stiff, and tour-extra-stiff options, 80g tour-extra-stiff, and 90g tour-extra-stiff options. The torque rating for these shafts ranges between 3.6 degrees in the softest flex and lightest 60g model and 2.5 degrees in the stiffest, heaviest 90g model. Every model of the TENSEI Orange comes with a high-kick point design that promotes low-launch and low-spin.

My current gamer is a Ping G400 Max 9-degree headset 1 degree open with a playing loft of 7.9 degrees. My shaft of choice is the TENSEI CK Pro Orange shaft playing at 45 inches in 72g, tour-X-flex. My grip on all my clubs is the Golf Pride Tour Velvet standard grip.

Conclusion

The Mitsubishi TENSEI CK Pro Orange shaft takes advantage of high-quality materials for ultimate performance and aesthetics. Offering golfers unparalleled tip stability with a feel that is smooth rather than firm, TENSEI Pro Orange really shines in the hands of players looking for added accuracy from their driver without wanting to swing a club that feels harsh. The addition of the counter-balanced Pro Orange option to the already impressive TENSEI lineup is why Mitsubishi continues to be the shaft of choice for hundreds of PGA professionals.

Mitsubishi TENSEI CK Pro Orange Shaft Video Review

How Does the Mitsubishi TENSEI CK Pro Orange Shaft Compare?

Fujikura Ventus

The Ventus uses Fujikura’s VeloCore technology to give players maximum stability and forgiveness without a harsh feel. Ventus is perfect for players looking to get the most out of their driver without sacrificing feel. VeloCore improves energy transfer throughout the entire golf shaft by blending 70 Ton and 40 Ton carbon fiber. 70 Ton carbon fiber is 150% stronger than the next leading, T1100g, fiber and makes the Ventus shaft the most forgiving shaft on the market. Players looking to dial in their misses form off-center strikes can benefit from the added stability and great feedback of the Fujikura Ventus shaft.

Aldila Rogue Silver 130 MSI

The Rogue Silver 130 MSI builds on Aldila’s massive success of the Limited Edition Rogue 125 MSI golf shaft. The Rogue 125 MSI shaft was a release that found its way into many elite golfer’s bags even at an unforeseen price tag. The all-new Rogue Silver 130 MSI combines DIALEAD pitch fiber and NexGen Micro Laminate Technology to give players a higher balance point in a shaft that promotes low launch and low spin. Higher balance points give golfers a chance to increase clubhead speeds and improve driving distance through better timing and club head delivery. Aldila integrates aerospace grade materials to deliver their most complete golf shaft ever in the Rogue Silver 130 MSI.

Project X HZRDUS Yellow

The HZRDUS Yellow is the low launch, low spin shaft made to compliment the HZRDUS Black and HZRDUS Red golf shafts. HZRDUS Yellow is a backweighted golf shaft designed for the strong but smooth golfer. Players looking to reduce spin and launch with a smooth tempo will love the performance and feel of the HZRDUS Yellow shaft. High-performance materials and a tapered mid-section allow the HZRDUS Yellow to load effortlessly yet remain stable. High swing speed players with an even transition will love the HZRDUS Yellow shaft.

Sours: https://golfersauthority.com/mitsubishi-tensei-ck-pro-orange-shaft-review/

CK Pro Orange

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The TENSEI™ CK Series Pro Orange profile is a counter balanced low-launch, tip stiff profile.

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Overview

TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange expands the TENSEI™ CK Series – which features a multi-material design that incorporates more performance-oriented materials than we’ve ever used in a shaft. This first of it’s kind bend profile for MCA GOLF uses a counter-balanced design along with an extreme tip-stiff design to provided added versatility for the stronger player. The TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange incorporates the same Carbon Fiber/DuPont™ Kevlar® (CK) weave found in the butt-section of all TENSEI CK shafts – providing enhanced stability and maximum feel in this highly versatile design. This series also incorporates High Modulus, premium 40-Ton hybrid prepreg infused with tungsten powder in targeted positions throughout the shaft. A tip-section reinforced with MR70 – Mitsubishi Chemical’s strongest carbon fiber to date, delivers lower torque, and delivers tour preferred control and stability.

DuPont™ Kevlar® is a trademark or registered trademark of E.  I. du Pont de Nemours & Company

  • Specifications

    Shaft Name

    Flex

    Length (in)

    Weight (g)

    Tip O.D. (in)

    Tip Length (in)

    Butt O.D. (in)

    Torque (degrees)

    Kick Pt.

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 50

    R

    46.0

    54

    0.335

    3.0

    0.602

    5.0

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 50

    S

    46.0

    57

    0.335

    3.0

    0.606

    4.9

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 60

    R

    46.0

    61

    0.335

    3.0

    0.602

    3.6

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 60

    S

    46.0

    64

    0.335

    3.0

    0.606

    3.5

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 60

    TX

    46.0

    67

    0.335

    3.0

    0.608

    3.4

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 70

    S

    46.0

    72

    0.335

    3.0

    0.608

    2.9

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 70

    TX

    46.0

    74

    0.335

    3.0

    0.610

    2.8

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 80

    TX

    46.0

    85

    0.335

    3.0

    0.598

    2.6

    HIGH

    TENSEI™ Pro Orange 90

    TX

    46.0

    95

    0.335

    3.0

    0.596

    2.5

    HIGH

  • Technology

    Carbon/DuPont™ Kevlar® (CK)

    A Carbon Fiber/DuPont™ Kevlar® (CK) woven material; featuring Mitsubishi Chemical carbon fiber has been strategically placed under the hands to increase the strength and stability in the butt-section of the shaft in addition to providing superior feel and feedback throughout the swing. DuPont™ Kevlar® is a trademark or registered trademark of E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company

    Ultra Light Weight Materials

    Our expertise in creating thousands of versions of carbon fiber and resin combinations gives us the ability to create unique high-performance materials designed to deliver exactly what our engineers require to make our ultra-lightweight, high-performance shafts.

    Low Resin Content (L.R.C.) Prepreg

    Our Low Resin Content (L.R.C.) Prepreg, with up to 15% more carbon fiber and 13% less resin than traditional prepregs allows us to create a higher density of carbon fibers without adding additional weight. The Result: Added strength with enhanced feel.

    MR70

    Specifically designed and developed by Mitsubishi Chemical for high-performance applications, MR70 is an innovative new carbon fiber material that is 20% stronger and has 10% the modulus than conventional materials.

    High Balance Point

    Incorporating Tungsten Powder in strategic locations throughout the butt-section of the shaft we raised the balance point of the TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange profile. Raising the balance point creates the potential for lighter swing weights, increased head-speed and distance.

    Tungsten Powder

    A major innovation for 2015 from the labs in Toyohashi, Japan is our use of resin-infused prepreg with tungsten powder, a very heavy and dense powder. Wrapping tungsten-infused resin sheets in the butt-section moves the center of gravity towards the butt of the shaft, without making the shaft more rigid. The higher balance point means greater flexibility in building the shaft at any length while keeping the same effective feel.

  • EI Chart

  • Fitting

    Driver Speed (mph)/Driver Carry (yds)

    80/210

    81-90/210-239

    91-105/240-259

    106/260

    TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange 50

    R

    S

    TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange 60

    R

    S

    TX

    TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange 70

    S

    TX

    TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange 80

    TX

    TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange 90

    TX

  • Tip Trimming Information

    Driver

    3 Wood

    5 Wood

    7 Wood

    9 Wood

    0"

    0.5"

    0.75"

    1.0"

    1.0"

Sours: https://www.mca-golf.com/products/ck-pro-orange
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Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft Review

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

MRC-TEN-CK PRO OrangeAt this moment, all eyes are on this shaft as it is in the bags of Tiger and Rory at the Masters. Mitsubishi is sold out in the US until around May 1. The Pro Orange is the third shaft in the Tensei product line. As noted on the Mitsubishi Chemical website “this is the first of it’s kind bend profile for MCA GOLF.”  Many of Mitsubishi’s designs are variations of previous themes. The Tensei Pro Orange is unique. I keep inserting the word Pro in my description of this shaft. The Tensei Orange, a shaft sold to the club companies is not the same. The difference between the two can be seen on the Mitsubishi website. The torque and the bend profiles are quite different.

The Tensei Pro Blue and The Tensei Pro White have been reviewed earlier. The three shafts are an evolution in multi material construction from Mitsubishi. Most interesting is the Carbon Fiber Dupont Kevlar “CK” material woven into the butt section of the shaft. You can plainly see it’s effect on hoop strength in the following chart.

I just listened to a PodCast where a tour fitter described the main advantage of this shaft as it being counterweighted. I never cease to be amazed at some of this banter. The tip structure of this shaft is far more likely to make it a good fit for hard swinging tour pros than counterweighting. I can counterweight with a bit of lead tape under the grip if what I am after is a swing weight change. But an elementary lesson taught when I first started club building many years ago was this is not the proper way to build. Tricking a swing weigh instrument with butt weight is not how one should achieve club balance. Counterweighting does deliver benefits for some players, but in drivers that it typically accomplished with a 20g or 30g plug in the butt of the shaft. If the small balance change created by counterweighting a shaft works, they why not just use a heavier grip.

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Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange

The new Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange takes the characteristics Tour pros loved about the CK Pro Orange shaft, and incorporates the Aluminum Vapor Coated Weave of the AV lineup.  What does that mean?  Lighter weight, lower torque, and more energy transfer for more distance.

Tensei AV Raw Orange 1

The Looks

At first glance, the Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange looks nearly identical to it’s CK Pro Orange counterpart.  The main, glaring difference?  The AV weave near the butt of the shaft.  The butt end of the Raw Orange shaft features a distinct, silver color in the AV weave, as opposed to the black carbon fiber of the CK Pro.  Once you reach the Mitsubishi Chemical Orange “band” in the design, it looks the same as the rest of the Tensei line.  Sleek, black design, white branding, and the “Boron Tip” print by the hosel.  It’s simple, but when someone who knows golf sees it, they’ll know exactly what it is.

Tensei AV Raw Orange 2

How Does it Feel?

For starters, the Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange is a counter balanced shaft.  What does that mean?  There is more weight in the butt end of the shaft, which helps create proper swingweights (better balance points) with today’s longer driver lengths.  It also gives you more flexibility to play with a heavier driver head, while keeping a reasonable swingweight.  This can definitely impact feel.  The first thing I noticed about the AV Raw Orange was how it felt evenly balanced.  The head of the driver didn’t seem overly heavy, and it gave me the feeling of a well balanced driver which is nice with a heavier Ping head.

In regards to the swing itself, the AV Raw Orange feels very stout throughout.  You can almost feel how stiff the middle and tip sections of the shaft are.  In one sense, I can’t necessarily feel the shaft loading as well, but on the other hand, the shaft feels stable enough for me to really “go after” the ball.  At impact, however, you can definitely feel the shaft release, hence the signature energy transfer the Tensei lines are known for.

Performance 5

On-Course Performance

Club SpeedBall SpeedLaunch AngleSpinCarry (Yds)Total (Yds)
111.3163.113.1º2325271.2283.4

Due to its lighter weight and lower torque than the CK Pro Orange counterpart, the Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange is actually a mid-launching shaft.  It does, however, still have the low spin characteristics of its predecessor.  With that, I found the AV Raw Orange to be spot on in the low spin category, with a more mid-to-low trajectory.  Typically, mid launch shafts can lead to balloons for me.  The AV Raw Orange, however, still had a penetrating trajectory, while still a bit higher than my current gamer, the Tensei CK Pro White.

With the above, I found the AV Raw Orange to have good carry and total distance. That’s what you’ll get with higher launch angles and lower spin.  The Tensei line as a whole has always impressed me with the ability to seemingly explode the club head into the ball, and the AV Raw Orange was no different.  I will say, with the “stoutness” of the shaft, I did have a slight tendency to block drives to the right on misses, but overall, the AV Raw Orange was a fairway finder for me.

Tensei AV Raw Orange 3

Final Thoughts – Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange

The Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Raw Orange is a great addition to the Tensei family.  Great stability, solid feel, and good performance are a recipe for success in this shaft.  The lighter weight and lower torque, while still maintaining great feel and performance, make it a good fit for a larger group of players than the CK Pro Orange (in my opinion).  If you liked the feel and distance of the CK Pro Orange, but needed a bit higher launch, make sure to throw in an AV Raw Orange on your next trip to the fitter.

Sours: http://drivingrangeheroes.com/mitsubishi-chemical-tensei-av-raw-orange-shaft-review/

Review tensei pro orange

Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft

Introducing Mitsubishi Tensei CK PRO Series.

The TENSEI™ CK Series Pro Orange profile is a counter balanced low-launch, tip stiff profile.

TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange expands the TENSEI™ CK Series – which features a multi-material design that incorporates more performance-oriented materials than we’ve ever used in a shaft. This first of it’s kind bend profile for MCA GOLF uses a counter-balanced design along with an extreme tip-stiff design to provided added versatility for the stronger player. The TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange incorporates the same Carbon Fiber/DuPont™ Kevlar® (CK) weave found in the butt-section of all TENSEI CK shafts – providing enhanced stability and maximum feel in this highly versatile design. This series also incorporates High Modulus, premium 40-Ton hybrid prepreg infused with tungsten powder in targeted positions throughout the shaft. A tip-section reinforced with MR70 – Mitsubishi Chemical’s strongest carbon fiber to date, delivers lower torque, and delivers tour preferred control and stability.

DuPont™ Kevlar® is a trademark or registered trademark of E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company

TECHNOLOGY

Carbon/DuPont™ Kevlar®

A Carbon Fiber/DuPont™ Kevlar® (CK) woven material; featuring Mitsubishi Chemical carbon fiber has been strategically placed under the hands to increase the strength and stability in the butt-section of the shaft in addition to providing superior feel and feedback throughout the swing.

Low Resin Content (L.R.C.) Prepreg

Our Low Resin Content (L.R.C.) Prepreg, with up to 15% more carbon fiber and 13% less resin than traditional prepregs allows us to create a higher density of carbon fibers without adding additional weight. The Result: Added strength with enhanced feel.

Ultra Light Weight Materials

Mitsubishi's expertise in creating thousands of versions of carbon fiber and resin combinations gives us the ability to create unique high-performance materials designed to deliver exactly what our engineers require to make our ultra-lightweight, high-performance shafts.

MR70

Specifically designed and developed by Mitsubishi Chemical for high-performance applications, MR70 is an innovative new carbon fiber material that is 20% stronger and has 10% the modulus than conventional materials.

High Balance Point

Incorporating Tungsten Powder in strategic locations throughout the butt-section of the shaft we raised the balance point of the TENSEI™ CK Pro Orange profile. Raising the balance point creates the potential for lighter swing weights, increased head-speed and distance.

Tungsten Powder

A major innovation for 2015 from the labs in Toyohashi, Japan is our use of resin-infused prepreg with tungsten powder, a very heavy and dense powder. Wrapping tungsten-infused resin sheets in the butt-section moves the center of gravity towards the butt of the shaft, without making the shaft more rigid. The higher balance point means greater flexibility in building the shaft at any length while keeping the same effective feel.

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- This shaft is available in 3 models based on its weight.

Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft

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Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Pro Orange Shaft

Sours: https://www.tourspecgolf.com/mitsubishi-rayon-tensei-ck-pro-orange-shaft.html
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Higher launch and lower spin are the magic words to get the most bang from your driver, and it's been bombs away for me with the new Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Orange shaft.

Tensei AV Raw Orange is a counterbalanced shaft (with more weight in the butt section, but actually has an evenly balanced (almost linear, one-piece) feeling, and is extremely stable.  It's still a stout feeling, but a smoother stout and not boardy feeling at all.

You can't feel the Tensei AV Raw Orange load as much as the Blue (which is mostly about preference), but there's still a superior sense of what this shaft is doing in transition.  And that's translated to an improved quality of strike for me compared to the Tensei Blue.

Full disclosure, Tensei Blue shafts have been my favorite Tensei shafts the last few years.  Distance was great, accuracy was too.  But I sometimes hooked the ball more than I'd have expected, and also at times probably launched a little higher than I'd have wanted.

Tensei CK Pro Orange never quite made it into any of my drivers because it was too stout feeling for my liking, and more importantly too low launching.  The Tensei AV Raw Orange has become like a Goldilocks Tensei shaft for me, creating a flight for me that works well anywhere.  It's a medium-low trajectory, while still remaining very low spin.  The tip is livelier than CK Pro Orange but without sacrificing control like I sometimes did with Tensei Blue.

Compared to Tensei Blue there's also less twisting with AV Raw Orange  And as mentioned earlier, that has translated to more consistent strikes and consistently longer drives.  I felt I could chase AV Raw Orange as hard as I wanted, and also had better dispersion and less curve on all-out swings with Orange than I did with the same kind of swings using Blue.

Ball speed is king, and the truth of the matter is some shafts can produce more ball speed than others. Tensei AV Raw Orange gives me a real sense of crushing the ball, and I've been smiling my way to more distance and accuracy using this shaft.  Even on mishits (particularly marginally low), the added launch and lower spin kept shots closer to center with less distance loss.

The stiff tip and middle section are obvious during the swing and through impact.  And as mentioned, you can't feel Tensei AV Raw Orange load as much as you can with Blue.  But on the other hand you can feel a more powerful release at impact with Orange.  And I've found Orange won't overload like Blue sometimes if I go after it hard.

Tensei AV Raw Orange is is the straightest Tensei shaft I've hit to date.  And I'm not sacrificing distance for the added control.  In fact, I'm hitting more consistently long and straight drives with this shaft than I have with any previous Tensei.  Overall AV Raw Orange is an absolutely great mix of stability and feel.

Sours: http://pgapappas.blogspot.com/2020/11/mitsubishi-tensei-av-raw-orange-shaft.html

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