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January 12th, 2010

Graphite Design To Introduce Its New Premium Tour AD DI Deep Impact Shaft At the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show

Abstract:
Graphite Design, maker of some of the most widely played premium shafts on the PGA TOUR, announced today that it will unveil the new Tour AD DI - DEEP IMPACT shaft at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL January 27 - 30.

Designed to provide more power and stability, the Tour AD DI shaft, manufactured exclusively at Graphite Design Japan, has been integrated with Toray Company's new Nanotechnology material in the tip section of the shaft. This unique tip technology creates optimal launch and spin conditions to produce increased accuracy and distance. The shaft made its debut on the major Tours in the fall of 2009 and has already been put in play in competition by numerous professional golfers. Tour players have been impressed by the fact that when using the Tour AD DI shaft they can increase ball speed and accuracy without giving up distance.

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