Playing SteelFiber i110 shafts in his irons, the T4 finisher was No. 1 in the number of birdies (19) and chalked up his eighth Top 10 of the year. Meanwhile, a former Masters champion trusted SteelFiber i110 shafts to deliver his eighth Top 10 of the year as well (T6). He scored second in birdies (18) and tied for fifth in Greens-in-Regulation.
"The innovative composite technology of SteelFiber shafts continues to deliver week after week on the PGA and Champions Tours, and it's very satisfying to see players embrace new technology and then reap the rewards of better performance," says Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. "SteelFiber is specifically designed to provide greater vibration dampening and reduce player fatigue, while at the same time delivering stability and increased distance. Today, SteelFiber composite technology is a real game-changer."
On the PGA TOUR, SteelFiber shafts ended the regular season as No. 2 and No. 3 in the FedEx Cup Season Points; No. No. 6 and No. 12 in FedEx Cup Playoff Points; and are currently No. 3 and No. 5 on the PGA Money List; Nos. 8 and 9 in official world rankings; and tied for first and fourth in Top 10 finishes. Also this year, SteelFiber has five wins on the PGA Tour and one win on the Champions Tour.
“The growing success of SteelFiber shafts on both the PGA and Champions Tours has been a great testament to the exceptional performance benefits gained when playing composite shafts in your irons,” said Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. “SteelFiber’s composite technology gives players greater vibration dampening, reduces their fatigue, and provides the stability they have historically played with with steel shafts. I don’t think there’s any doubt today that SteelFiber shaft technology is game-changing innovation.”
Currently on the PGA TOUR, SteelFiber shafts are No. 2 and No. 3 in the FedEx Cup Season Points; No. 5 and No. 10 in FedEx Cup Playoff Points; No. 2 and No. 4 on the PGA Money List; No. 7 and No. 8 in official world rankings; and tied for No. 1 and No. 3 in Top 10 finishes. Also this year, SteelFiber has five wins on the PGA Tour and one win on the Champions Tour.
SteelFiber shafts provide superior performance through innovative composite engineering that combines a high-modulus graphite core with 59 miles of steel fiber lacing the shaft surface. While the shaft’s graphite core provides vibration dampening, increased clubhead speed and maximum distance, the steel fibers produce optimum weighting for a solid feel at impact and add stability and control for pinpoint accuracy.
Winners of the Travis Perkins Senior Masters used Iguana and Shimada products - Shimada's Tour Lite shafts and Iguana's Mis-Size, half cord grips, combined to help to achieve a magnificent 6 shot triumph.
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"It's very rewarding to see the growing number of players on the PGA and Champions Tours make the switch to the game-changing composite technology of SteelFiber shafts," says Aerotech Golf President Chris Hilleary. "While the SteelFiber line includes several models and weights, the SteelFiber i95 and i110 shafts are currently the most popular on the pro tours. The i95 is a great transition into a lighter weight iron shaft without going too light and substantially changing the feel of the club during the swing. The SteelFiber i110 is the perfect choice for players looking to go a little bit lighter than the typical steel-shafted irons, plus the i110 allows them to pick up some yardage while retaining the overall feel they have when playing steel shafts."
Nippon Shaft players won four professional tournaments on men’s and women’s tours around the world, including the PGA TOUR, LPGA Tour, Ladies European Tour and the Japan LPGA Tour. And on the European Tour, Nippon Shaft finished in second place.
The winner of the PGA TOUR’s Deutsche Bank Championship used the N.S. PRO MODUS3 Tour 120 X flex in his irons to shoot 22-under par 262 on rounds of 67-63-66-66 to capture the second event in the FedExCup Playoffs and take over the No. 1 position in the FedExCup points race. It was the 37-year-old Swede’s fifth top three finish in his last six PGA TOUR events. The victory paid a winner’s check worth $1.44 million. The champion currently leads in points on both the FedExCup and the Race for Dubai.
On the LPGA Tour, the winner of the Safeway Classic played the N.S. PRO MODUS3 Tour 120 S flex to shoot a 20-under par total 268, on rounds of 68-63-70-67 at Columbia Edgewater in Portland, Ore. It was the 32-year-old Norwegian Solheim Cup star’s second victory at the Safeway in the last three years and her 12th on the LPGA Tour. She earned a winner’s check of $195,000.
Meanwhile, the winner of the 54-hole Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open recorded her 11th career victory using the N.S. PRO 950GH Nippon Shaft in her irons. Scotland’s 44-year-old Solheim Cup star shot an 8-under par total of 208 on rounds of 71-67-70 at Archerfield Links in East Lothian to win the title for the second time in three years. She earned $42,000, with her husband caddying for her.
At the Japan LPGA Nitori Ladies, the 26-year-old South Korean champion utilized the N.S. PRO 950GH in her irons to help her shoot a final round 65 and win by two shots at Katsura Golf Club. It was her 13th victory on the Japan LPGA.
And on the European Tour, the second-place finisher used the N.S. PRO MODUS3 Tour 120 TX flex shaft in his irons to finish at 6-under 278 on rounds of 69-70-67-72 at the ISPS Handa Wales Open at Celtic Manor in Wales. The American earned $307,000 for his runner-up finish.
“Nippon Shaft is extremely proud to have played a role in the incredible accomplishments of these great players, who utilize our products to help them play their best,” said Hiro Fukuda, head of sales and marketing for the Japan-based company. “We send all of them a heartfelt congratulations.”