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"We're thrilled to see players with KBS in the bag take the top two spots," said Rob Cheng, CEO of KBS Golf Shafts. "The KBS Tour and Tour-V shafts are consistently used by some of the most talented golfers in the word." read more

Chad Hall, director of product marketing and global tour operations for True Temper Sports: "Precision in your irons is crucial when you are fending off a tough field such as the one at the Shriners Open or difficult weather conditions like those in London this weekend." read more

Nate Radcliffe, Director of Engineering for Nike Golf: "With a simple quarter turn, we can adjust the mass of the FlexFlight module forward and backward within the club to change the trajectory and shot shape for the athlete." read more

Chuck Couch, Vice President of Product Development, Golf Division, Mizuno USA: "With the JPX-850 woods, golfers are going to hit long range shots with a much higher launch angle, allowing them to go for the pin more aggressively than ever before." read more

"We've reengineered the chassis of the Vapor Speed by sloping the crown more from face to the back and creating a deeper face," said Nate Radcliffe, Director of Engineering for Nike Golf. "This moves the center of gravity projection toward the center of the face and significantly reduces spin to launch ratio versus the Covert 2.0." read more

"The Futura X5 mallet is for someone who likes the stability of a bigger head, the feel of a bigger grip, and likes to look down and see more lines for alignment purposes. X5 is more of a mechanical shape where the X5R is a softer, rounder shape," Cameron said. read more

Just four weeks ago Nike athlete Hao Tong Li tested the new Vapor Pro driver at The Oven and immediately put it in his bag. Since then, he has won two tournaments in the span of three weeks. read more

"SteelFiber shafts feature a high-modulus graphite core which gives players benefits such as greater vibration dampening and reduced fatigue," Aerotech President Chris Hilleary said. read more

"Our athletes wanted tighter but forgiving leading edges, fuller profiles and added ball speed," said Nate Radcliffe, Director of Engineering for Nike Golf. "We've delivered that with the synergy of our FlyBeam and compression channel technologies." read more

"We looked at distance technologies we developed in other products, particularly the C100 irons, and how we could improve them. This led to prototypes with a reduced face and sole thickness transition that resulted in very high CT values, faster ball speeds and greater distance. It evolved into the Speed Sole concept," said Michael Vrska, Global Director of Innovation. read more

"The RxF Forged Wedges offer technology advances and customization not previously available on our Rx14 cast wedges," said Bob Renegar, Founder and Designer for Renegar Golf. "These wedges have been on the professional golf tours for most of this year, and we're excited to bring them to the everyday consumer with all of the customization options a pro would enjoy." read more

"The genius of the new Fast Track Technology is that it adds the dimensions of launch angle and spin rate," said Chuck Couch, Vice President of Product Development, Golf Division, Mizuno USA. "The player is truly in control of all aspects of their ball flight off the tee." read more

"For us, it's not just about being lightweight," said Michael Vrska, Global Director of Innovation. "The challenge with engineering The Right Light is optimizing the limited available mass for proper distribution among the head, shaft and grip to achieve the best performance for each club." read more

"Over the past few years, we have witnessed a steady rise in the number of wins, top ten finishes and average shafts used per event on the European Tour. We are elated to see professionals worldwide perform well using our shafts, and attribute the increasing use of OBAN shafts on the European Tour to these stellar performances," said Victor Afable, OBAN President. read more

"His memorable performance in St. Andrew's really shed perspective on the quality and competitiveness of the field," said Rob Cheng, CEO of KBS Golf Shafts. "We're thrilled his first European Tour title could be earned while playing KBS shafts in his irons." read more