Golf News for Friday, August 1, 2014 | Equipment

UST Mamiya carbon fiber shafts help claim RBC Canadian Open win

FORT WORTH, Texas -- UST Mamiya, maker of the world's finest carbon fiber golf shafts, reports the winner of the RBC Canadian Open relied on iRoD 100X in his TaylorMade® 19° Rescue. The second place finisher relied on PROFORCE® VTS Black 100X in his Callaway® XHot 20° Hybrid.

The winner finished with rounds of 67, 67, 64 and 65 (-17) to claim his second career victory on the PGA TOUR. The winner moves to 27th place in the FedEx Cup standings.

"UST Mamiya wants to congratulate the winner of the RBC Canadian Open," said Robb Schikner, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Fitting is key to maximize performance and we have a variety of products that fit all tour professionals and recreational golfers."

UST Mamiya produces a variety of shaft models, including the renowned Recoil™, Elements®, PROFORCE® and ATTAS™ lines, which have received significant usage on major professional tours internationally. Paralleling its achievements at the professional level, the company's shafts have remained the top-selling aftermarket option in the United States the past seven years.

Knowing that every golfer who installs a new shaft will also need a grip, UST Mamiya offers a line of premium offerings. They include the Tour PC 360™, Soft Touch™, Soft Touch Lite™, Soft Touch Wrap™ and ST1™ putter grips.

About UST Mamiya
Since 1991, UST Mamiya graphite shafts are favored by recreational and competitive golfers worldwide. UST Mamiya shafts can be purchased through authorized TSPX™ dealers, club fitters, and major retailers such as Golfsmith®, PGA Tour Superstore and The GolfWorks®. In addition, top quality clubs can be ordered from major OEM's with UST Mamiya tour quality shafts. Distributed in 30-plus countries, UST Mamiya provides shafts to consumers, retailers, club-fitters and original equipment manufacturers Adams, Bridgestone, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, Mizuno, Nike, PING, TaylorMade, Titleist, Wilson and more. Company R&D and manufacturing facilities are in the U.S., Japan, and Bangladesh. UST Mamiya advisory staff includes renowned instructors among GOLF Magazine's "Top 100" and at Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses. For more information:, 817.267.2219.

Danny Le