UST Mamiya’s VTS Shaft a Winner at the Waste Management Phoenix Open
FORT WORTH, TX – UST Mamiya is proud to report the winner of the Waste Management Phoenix Open was using their VTS® Black shaft during his playoff victory. His back to back birdies on the 18th hole secured his 6th win on Tour and moved him into second place in FedEX Cup points.
“UST Mamiya congratulates the winner of the Waste Management Phoenix Open,” said Danny Le, Senior Director of Marketing. “VTS Black shaft offers optimum performance for golfers of all abilities. Our VTS Shaft series was the first to incorporate 3D fitting – weight, flex and torque. This innovative fitting system yields higher ball speeds and reduces shot dispersion dramatically. The unique construction and materials used in the VTS also offers enhanced feel for the better player.”
UST Mamiya also saw increased testing and usage of its new LIN-Q shaft this week on Tour. The LIN-Q incorporates a revolutionary new material called Q-Fiber. Q-Fiber stores and releases energy unlike conventional carbon fiber. The result is optimum shaft flexural and torsional performance maximizing distance and accuracy for the player. The LIN-Q is available in 2 launch profiles – LIN-Q Gunmetal promotes a low launch with low-mid spin and the LIN-Q Purple encourages a higher ball flight with a mid launch and low-mid spin. The revolutionary LIN-Q is now available through leading golf retailers and club manufacturers.
The company produces a variety of shaft models, including the renowned Recoil (The #1 Graphite Iron Shaft in the Market), Helium, LIN-Q, Elements, PROFORCE and ATTAS lines, which have received significant usage on major professional tours world-wide. Paralleling its achievements at the professional level, the company’s shafts have remained the top-selling aftermarket option in the United States the past 10+ years.