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February 14th, 2005

Wilson Golf creates buzz using nanotechnology

As part of the reestablishment of the Wilson Staff line celebrating the company's 90th anniversary, it has introduced driver heads, balls and shafts with molecular nanotechnology - the same nanotechnology the U.S. Department of Defense and NASA have been researching and developing for use in their military and aerospace products.

"It's the biggest news in golf you can't see," said Wilson territory manager John White. "We've been working on it for 2½ years and we're the first equipment company to use it. It's going to allow us to make titanium obsolete, or at least give it a run for its money."


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