Aerotech to Attend the Association of Golf Clubfitting Professionals Conference


BELLINGHAM, Washington — Golf’s leader in composite shaft innovation, Aerotech Golf announces that it is sponsoring the 5th Annual AGCP Roundtable Education Conference and Convention, hosted by the Association of Golf Clubfitting Professionals (AGCP), an international organization of professional custom clubfitters and club builders.

The trade event will be held at the historic Columbus Irons Works Convention & Trade Center in Columbus, Ga., on September 30, 2010 through October 2, 2010, and will host clubfitters and golf equipment manufacturers from around the world.

“Supporting and promoting a professional clubfitting organization builds golfer awareness for the overall benefits of playing with custom-fit clubs and that it is a goal Aerotech very much wants to support,”

“The AGCP membership includes some of the most knowledgeable custom golf club fitters and custom golf clubmakers in the world and we are very happy to exhibit at this year’s conference and to support the organization,” says Chris Hilleary, president of Aerotech Golf. “Our innovative use of composite technologies and materials is making a significant difference in performance and playability for thousands of golfers, and professional clubmakers have always been ahead of curve in custom fitting.”

The AGCP assists professional clubmakers exchange their combined knowledge and to advance the business of custom clubfitting. The group not only focuses on the technical side of custom fitting, but also allocates resources to help shop owners become a total business by addressing sales, marketing and operating issues that are prevalent in today’s challenging retail environment.

Aerotech is renowned for providing clubmakers with its SteelFiber line of composite shafts, which produce the power of graphite and the stability of steel. SteelFiber shafts feature a high-modulus graphite core and more than 59 miles of steel fiber covering the surface of each shaft. While the shaft