Anaheim CA – Matrix would like to congratulate the winner of the 2016 Sony Open in Hawaii. We couldn’t be more pleased to kick off the New Year with another win out on tour.
His driver shaft of choice is the structure that’s evolved to our SpeedRulz C TYPE (70x, tipped 1 inch). It is a smooth, balanced, lower spinning profile that delivers great feel in each swing. This is also his second tour win using the SpeedRulz C-TYPE since the summer of last year. As for the structure itself, we’ve already seen at least 5 wins out on tour since it’s introduction in it’s prototype cosmetic.
SpeedRulz is our newest family of profiles focusing in on optimizing speed, enhancing stability and providing a distinct feel for each player type. After many months of prototype testing and tour success, we are very excited to have launched the structure out into the aftermarket this month.
“I think the reason for the early success is that this product combines great feel in the hands, but also has a tight tip section which is torsionally extremely stable, said Joe Miera, Director of Tour Operations. “This stability creates tighter dispersion and greater confidence to make any swing the player feels is called for.”
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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