Anaheim, CA-Matrix Shafts would like to congratulate the 2013 U.S. Seniors Open Champion, who used the OZIK XCON in his TaylorMade RBZ 5-wood, to earn his second major victory. It was just two weeks ago when this player used the same club combination in the bag to win at the Senior Players Championship.
The OZIK XCON was the first true high-launching, low-spinning shaft that was introduced to the golf industry. While some said this flight profile was impossible to construct, Chief Designer Daniel You and the Matrix R&D team were able to successfully do so using different forms of technology along the X-Axis Control. The X-Axis Control, on which the X-CON is based upon, provides the ability to independently control launch and spin characteristics. While other shaft manufacturers continue to try and reach this type of profile, few have been able to successfully do so.
The OZIK XCON is now considered a Matrix Legacy shaft since it was replaced by the OZIK X3 White Tie last fall. The OZIK X3 White Tie is the third model in the Matrix Flight System and performs with the same high-launch, low-spin flight characteristics as the XCON. For more information visit our website or contact a Matrix Dealer nearest you.
About MATRIX Shafts:
Located in Anaheim’s Canyon Center for Advanced Technology, MATRIX was founded with the aim of creating the finest golf shafts available for tournament players and weekenders alike. Since its inception in 1993, MATRIX has become one of the world’s most influential shaft companies by designing transformative structures for nearly every golf company in the marketplace.
MATRIX designs, manufactures and engineers performance-driven and technologically advanced shafts that are built on a patented Hexadecagonal(HD) platform. Coupling leading edge design with a nearly obsessive attention to craftsmanship, material selection and performance advancement, MATRIX has become a mainstay on the PGA Tour. MATRIX has increased its tour usage every year for 10 consecutive years. The best golfers in the world rely on MATRIX Shafts.
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