BELLINGHAM, Washington — Aerotech Golf, an industry leader in innovative composite shaft technology, reports that its SteelFiber composite iron shafts delivered a Top 10 finish at the Shell Houston Open. The victory was the fourth Top 10 placement this year for SteelFiber shafts.
A former United States Men’s Amateur Golf Champion and All-American for Georgia Tech earned the eighth-place money position playing Aerotech SteelFiber i95 taper tip constant weight shafts in his irons. He currently ranks sixth on the PGA Tour money list, and the on-going success story has created a lot of interest for one of golfís most innovative shaft designs — the SteelFiber.
“We’ve only had 16 tournaments so far on the PGA Tour, and it’s already been a great season. The one-of-a-kind composite technology featured in our SteelFiber shafts is competing at the top level of the game and repeatedly delivering Top 10 finishes. SteelFiber is unlike conventional shaft designs because it combines a high-modulus graphite core with 59 miles of steel fiber around the shaft surface. This is truly unique in the industry and itís a trait that delivers the benefits of both graphite and steel,” says Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary.
SteelFiber shafts feature a high-modulus graphite core and 59 miles of steel fiber covering the surface of each shaft, providing golfers with the power of graphite and the stability of steel. The shaftís graphite core provides vibration dampening, increased clubhead speed and maximum distance, while the steel fibers produce a optimum weighting for a solid feel at impact and add stability and control for pinpoint accuracy.
Specializing in uniquely engineered, performance-enhancing golf shafts, Aerotech 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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