Four of the top 25 finishers at the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Mark Christopher Charity Classic</b> used <b>AccuFLEX</b> shafts.
<b>Magique Golf</b> will unveil its new M-Series line of clubs when it participates in the 2005 <b>PGA Fall Expo</b>, Sept. 28-29 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev.
<b>Nakashima Golf</b> equipment products are now a featured product line at <b>Golf Ballistix Ltd.</b>, a full service, personal fitting golf shop in Northern Ireland.
<B>Accu-Length</b> reports on its exapndale spacer system for its junior
<b>Mizuno</b> introduces its new MX-500 driver.
<b>Sonartec</b> reports that the fifth-place finisher at last week’s <b>84 Lumber Classic</b> used the company’s 19-degree Md hybrid transition club.
The winner of the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Envirocare Utah Classic</b> used a <b>Balance-Certified Golf Inc.</b>-equipped MacGregor putter.
<b>Nike Golf</b> introduces its new SasQuatch fairway metals.
<b>KZG</b> reports that three of its iron models earned high marks from independent testing agencies <b>Golf Test USA</b> and <b>Rankmark</b>.
<b>Nickent Golf</b> reports a No. 1 hybrid ranking at the <b>Mark Christopher Charity Classic</B> and that six out of the top-10 finishers used a 3DX Ironwood.
<b>Divnick Golf</b> announces the acquistion of the intellectual and marketing rights to the SuperWedge series of wedges.
<B>Graphite Design International</B> won the manufacturer and brand counts for wood shafts at the <B>84 Lumber Classic</B>, according to the <B>Darrell Survey</B>.
The winner of the Nationwide Tours’s <b>Mark Christopher Charity Classic</b> used the new <b>Heavy Putter</b> A-1 center-shaft blade model.
<B>Tour Edge</b> reports that its Exotics fairway woods were used by a
fifth-place finisher at the <b>84 Lumber Classic</b>.
The winner of the <b>84 Lumber Classic</b> used <b>Grafalloy</b>’s Tour X shaft.