Golf News for Friday, March 15, 2013 | Equipment

Matrix shaft helps capture win at Web.com Tour's Chile Classic

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Congratulations to the winner of the Web.com Tour's Chile Classic, who used an OZIK ALTUS in his TaylorMade STAGE 2 hybrid to take the win on Sunday.

The OZIK ALTUS is a high-launching, mid-spinning shaft and has been the choice of hybrid shaft for many of the top players in the world since its inception. In 2012 alone it stood as the most used shaft model at seventeen different PGA Tour events and continues to stand out in 2013 by being the most used shaft model at three PGA Tour events so far this season. Thanks to its highly efficient and high launch design, golfers continue to rely upon the OZIK ALTUS in their hybrid clubs.

"It was a great win for this player and for Matrix on Sunday at the Chile Classic," said Director of Tour Operations, Joe Miera. "The OZIK ALTUS continues to prove its supreme quality and performance over and over again, and I think we will definitely see more wins with this shaft as we continue to move further into the season."

About MATRIX Shafts:
Located in Anaheim's Canyon Center for Advanced Technology, MATRIX was founded with the aim of creating the finest golf shafts available for tournament players and weekenders alike. Since its inception in 1993, MATRIX has become one of the world's most influential shaft companies by designing transformative structures for nearly every golf company in the marketplace.

MATRIX designs, manufactures and engineers performance-driven and technologically advanced shafts that are built on a patented Hexadecagonal(HD) platform. Coupling leading edge design with a nearly obsessive attention to craftsmanship, material selection and performance advancement, MATRIX has become a mainstay on the PGA Tour. MATRIX has increased its tour usage every year for 10 consecutive years. The best golfers in the world rely on MATRIX Shafts.

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