Most recent win gives Matrix 4 wins in 3 weeks since launch of Ozik
Matrix claimed another victory this weekend as PGA Tour rookie Charlie Wi captured the GS Caltex Masters on the Korean Tour October 23rd. The win came in Wi’s only start this year on the Korean Tour. For his championship, Wi earned an estimated $96,000. His best finish on the PGA Tour this year is T22nd at The Honda Classic. During his victory, Charlie Wi played Matrix Ozik in his TaylorMade R7 driver, the new Matrix MFS 75 in his 3-wood, and the Matrix HB-T in his hybrid.
"Charlie is a great player and a great ambassador for Matrix Shafts internationally," reported Daniel You, creator of the Matrix Ozik and COO of Matrix. "We have worked hard to give Charlie equipment he can be completely confident in. Obviously, with the way he has played with our shafts this year, we have found a good fit."
Matrix will be launching the Matrix Ozik franchise exclusively through Matrix Authorized Dealers across the world November 1. The Ozik is broken down into two series. The "Gold" series features the TP-7 and TP-7x, each with a suggested retail price of $1000. The "Silver" series includes the Altus, Medius, and Infra, each retailing at $400. The Matrix MFS 75 and the HB-T Hybrid are currently available through all Matrix Authorized Distributors and Dealers.
About Matrix Composite Corporation (Matrix)
Matrix Composite Corporation (Matrix) is a premium composite shaft manufacturer based in Brea, California. Matrix Shafts are the #1 Graphite Iron Shaft in play on the PGA Tour in 2005 and were also in 2004 for wins, money won, number in play, and top overall model in play. Matrix has earned victories in 2005 at the Chrysler Classic, the Zurich Classic (PGA Tour), Japan PGA Championships, the Coca-Cola Tokai Classic, the JCB Classic Sendai (Japan), the S.K. Telecom (Asian Tour), and the GS Caltex Masters (Korean Tour). In addition, Matrix Shafts have earned four 2nd place finishes and 31 top 10 finishes in 2005. Prior to 2005, Matrix Shafts were in the driver, fairway woods, hybrid clubs and irons of Matrix Staff Member K.J. Choi, during victories at the PGA Tour’s 2002 Compaq Classic of New Orleans and 2002 Tampa Bay Classic presented by Buick which vaulted Matrix into prominence among the elite shaft makers of the world. The company’s "The Matrix" shaft has already earned international victories in Choi’s bag at 2003 European PGA Tour’s "German Masters", as well as back-to-back-to-back victories in 2003, 2004 and 2005 at the S.K. Telecom Korean Open on the Asian PGA Tour. Matrix is dedicated to creating the finest composite golf shafts featuring the most exacting quality control standards in the industry. For more information on Matrix golf shafts contact Mike Malloy (email@example.com) or Sarah Gamet (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 800-275-3401.
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