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48 of 156 Use Mitsubishi Rayon at NCAA Men's Championships

- MRC GOLF Press Release - June 10, 2008

Carlsbad, CA - MRC GOLF, Inc. announced today that Mitsubishi Rayon graphite driver shafts were used more than any other competitor's shafts at the NCAA Division I Men's Championship. 48 competitors chose Mitsubishi Rayon driver shafts while next closest competitor had 29 in play.*

"Being the #1 driver shaft at the NCAA Division I Championships is a great indicator that Mitsubishi Rayon shafts are outperforming other shafts for top amateurs in the country. Diamana was the driver shaft of choice for these top collegiate players. However, there were also a number of Bassara and JAVLNFX shafts in play", said Hikaru Shiraishi, VP of MRC GOLF, Inc.

Mitsubishi Rayon is the manufacturer of Diamana, Bassara, and JAVLNFX premium graphite shafts.

*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.

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