BELLINGHAM, Washington — Aerotech SteelFiber composite shafts won a share of the top money at this weekend’s RBC Canadian Open. Played by a former United States Men’s Amateur Golf Champion, SteelFiber shafts earned a tie for fourth place and moved the player to seventh in FedEx Cup standings.
The Canadian Open contender played Aerotech SteelFiber i95 taper tip constant weight shafts in his irons, shafts which feature innovative engineering that combines a high-modulus graphite core with 59 miles of steel fiber lacing the shaft surface.
“SteelFiber shafts continue to prove themselves on the PGA TOUR by providing a unique combination of performance and feel,” says Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. “The composite technology in SteelFiber shafts combines the material benefits of both steel and graphite and the result is a perfect blend of power and stability. The Canadian Open is the seventh Top 10 finish of the year for Aerotech, and we’re very excited that more people are seeing how well this innovative composite technology performs.”
SteelFiber shafts feature a high-modulus graphite core and nearly 60 miles of steel fiber covering the surface of each shaft, providing golfers with the power of graphite and the stability of steel. While the shaft’s graphite core provides vibration dampening, increased clubhead speed and maximum distance, the steel fibers produce a optimum weighting for a solid feel at impact and add stability and control for pinpoint accuracy. Originally developed for irons the SteelFiber technology now enhances the performance of hybrids, fairway woods and drivers.
Aerotech specializes in uniquely engineered, performance-enhancing golf shafts and has supplied shafts to such renowned golf club manufactures as Cleveland Golf, Adams Golf, Fenwick, Srixon, Lynx, Zevo and Pure Spin among many others.
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