BELLINGHAM, Washington — Golf’s most innovative composite shaft manufacturer, Aerotech Golf delivered a second-place tie at the Sony Open. The runner-up played SteelFiber shafts in his irons to close with an 11-under-par finish.
SteelFiber composite shafts combine a high-modulus graphite core with 59 miles of steel fiber lacing the shaft surface and are world-renowned for providing players with the stability of steel and the power of graphite. SteelFiber shafts had a strong finish in 2011, delivering two Top Three finishes in the 2011 PGA TOUR PlayOffs and being featured by two of the Top Eight pros in the final FedExCup standings.
“We have more players on the PGA Tour using Aerotech shafts than ever before, and we are very excited to start the 2012 season with a share of the top money. While graphite shafts produce greater vibration dampening and less fatigue and steel shafts offer more consistency, the composite technology of our SteelFiber shafts bring together these two materials to produce the power of graphite and stability of steel,” said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary.
The Aerotech SteelFiber shafts deliver extreme performance through innovative composite engineering that combines a high-modulus graphite core with 59 miles of steel fiber lacing the shaft surface. While the shaft’s graphite core provides vibration dampening, increased clubhead speed and maximum distance, the steel fibers produce optimum weighting for a solid feel at impact and add stability and control for pinpoint accuracy. SteelFiber technology is available in several models and enhances the performance of hybrids, fairway woods and drivers.
Aerotech Golf specializes in uniquely engineered, performance-enhancing golf shafts, and has has supplied shafts to such renowned golf club manufactures as Nike Golf, Cleveland Golf, Adams Golf, Miura, Srixon, Lynx, Nakashima, Scratch Golf, Zevo and Pure Spin among many others.
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