Golf News for Thursday, March 24, 2005 | Equipment

Tour golf Products, Inc., adds three new models to its Accupath putter line

WESTERVILLE, Ohio – March 15, 2005 – Tour golf Products, Inc., has added three new models to its popular Accupath putter line for 2005, the Accupath Models 10, 11 and 14. These putters add to more than a dozen Accupath models that have been proven best sellers during the past few years.

All of the Accupath models feature the proprietary Accupath name and are precision cast from 431-stainless steel. All have polymer face inserts single-milled to a tolerance of .001" for superior control and accuracy.

The Accupath models 10 and 11 provide the optimum in address alignment in putter design today. They utilize a two or three image alignment system that virtually assures perfect alignment. The weight distribution adds to the unique feel of these putters as more than 75% of the putter's weight is positioned directly behind the ball. The Accupath Model 10 has a classic offset hosel design, while the Model 11 uses a curved shaft in the same head design.

The Accupath Model 14 putters are Tour Golf's initial foray into the oversize mallet putter market. The USGA-conforming cutaway mallet design moves weight to the rear of the putter while at the same time maintaining a high level of perimeter weighting. This combination of stability is not often seen in the component industry today. A center alignment bar that runs the length of the putter is the key to proper alignment. A heel-shafted design is available for those who make a square-inside-square stroke, while a center-shafted design (shown) is best suited for those with a straight-back, straight-through stroke.

In addition to the Accupath putters, Tour Golf's full product line includes titanium wood heads in three product categories, Dynaflite, Limited Edition and Tour Series. Tour Golf offers matching stainless irons and hybrids suited to various levels of players. New Tour Series shafts provide versatility in playable and affordable shaft options and can be fit using Tour's Fitting Matrix which is found at www.tourgolfproducts.com and in the 2005 catalog. The website includes a series of articles detailing assembly, fitting and repair procedures, making Tour Golf a one-stop source for club components and technical information.

Tour Golf Products is celebrating its 21st anniversary in 2005 and may be contacted by mail at 5758 Westbourne Avenue, Columbus, OH, 43213, by email at toursales@tourgolfproducts.com, through the website at www.tourgolfproducts.com or by calling 800-258-0924.

Contact:
Jeff Jackson
800-258-0924



 
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