AT&T CLASSIC CHAMPION WINS WITH Diamana® WHITE BOARD
Mitsubishi Rayon Continues Driver Shaft Dominance with 10th US TOUR Win in 2008
- MRC GOLF Press Release - May 24, 2008
Carlsbad, CA (May 24, 2008) - After a thrilling sudden death play off at the 2008 AT&T Classic, a relative Tour newcomer breaks through with his first US TOUR victory using a driver powered by the Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana White Board shaft.
"Over the past 4 years, we are fortunate to have had many of the best players in the world consistently choose Mitsubishi Rayon shafts over our competition," said Hikaru Shiraishi, Vice President/COO of MRC GOLF. "Our tour strategy focuses on a simple quality over quantity approach."
"Tour players have access to a near unlimited amount of resources. They naturally gravitate to the products that perform," said Larry Bischmann, Mitsubishi Rayon's Director of North America. "As a result, tour players are becoming more aware of Mitsubishi Rayon, which is reflected in our 10 US TOUR wins with 8 different players in 20081."
Diamana White Board represents the third profile in the Diamana Series and is designed to deliver extreme stability through impact, reduced spin, and exceptional feel. Diamana White Board is offered in 63 gram, 73 gram, and 83 gram versions in multiple flexes at authorized dealers nationwide.
1 Source: Darrell Survey 2008
ABOUT MITSUBISHI RAYON GOLF SHAFTS
MRC GOLF, INC. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon Co., LTD., dedicated to designing and developing the world's finest composite golf shafts in performance and quality. MRC GOLF leverages their own resources and raw materials (vertical integration), which gives them a competitive advantage. Over the years, MRC GOLF has been a leading supplier of premium composite golf shafts worldwide. With many of the world's best players using Mitsubishi Rayon golf shafts, MRC GOLF has established itself as a dominant force in the golf industry.
ABOUT MITSUBISHI RAYON
Mitsubishi Rayon Co., LTD. was established in 1933 as a manufacturer of rayon fibers. Since then, the company's interests have diversified to include specialized chemicals, plastics, and other synthetic fibers. Through continuous design and innovation, MRC has expanded its business focus into other areas that include resin systems, carbon fibers and composite materials, and a variety of other specialty products, including composite golf shafts. MRC's vertical integration advantage, the ability to design, develop and manufacture any combination of resins and fibers, sets them apart from their competition and gives them a competitive advantage. Today, MRC is recognized as the world leader in manufacturing and supplying carbon fiber and composite materials for performance based sporting goods applications.