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Aldila Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon America Inc.  Aldila Inc. is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of carbon fiber shafts.  Aldila is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of carbon-based composite products and materials used in various end markets. Aldila’s competencies are the development of carbon-based composites and the implementation of manufacturing processes that support the commercialization of these composites. Aldila is a vertically integrated supplier of composites across three primary end markets: carbon-based pre-impregnated composite fibers, graphite golf shafts and archery products.

For more information on the Aldila RIP® Series, VooDooVS Proto™, and NV® shafts, visit Aldila’s Web site www.aldila.com. Follow what’s new on www.Facebook.com/AldilaGolf.

About MRA

Mitsubishi Rayon America Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. MRA’s business is centered around MMA (methyl methacrylate) and AN (acrylonitrile) business complexes as basic raw materials and finished products. For more information, visit http://www.mrany.com.

About MRC

Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation.  MRC’s business is centered around chemical and plastics, fibers, carbon fibers and composite materials, and aqua businesses.  For more information, visithttp://www.mrc.co.jp

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Aldila Rogue Wins Again

 

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Aldila Rogue Black used to win The Greenbrier Classic

 

The winner of The Greenbrier Classic drove to victory using the Aldila Rogue Black golf shaft (Rogue Black 70 Tour X).  The Rogue Black has already been used to win the first 2 majors of the year.  Worldwide, players using the Aldila Rogue have now won 21 events.  With results like these, there’s no surprise the Aldila Rogue continues to be the most popular driver shaft in play since its introduction on Tour.

 “Rogue offers unmatched performance and consistency through the use of advanced, rare, and extremely expensive aerospace materials,” said John Oldenburg, Aldila’s Vice President of Engineering and Product Development. “No other golf shaft on the market today uses the advanced, extremely high modulus, ‘Graphitic Carbon’ fibers that provide performance characteristics never before available in a golf shaft.”

The Aldila Rogue shaft series employ ‘Graphitic Carbon’ with a modulus ranging from 95 MSI (million pounds per square inch) in the Rogue Black, to 110 MSI in the Rogue Silver, and 125 MSI in the “Limited Edition – Made in U.S.A.” Rogue.  The modulus of the graphite material used in typical graphite shafts ranges from 33 MSI to 55 MSI.  By incorporating this new material, Aldila is able to make the shaft stiffer and lower torque without adding weight.  At the same time, the placement of the material in top third of the shaft (grip end) allows the shaft manufacturer to slightly counterbalance the shaft to work well with today’s heavier driver heads and the longer length of modern drivers.

The Aldila Rogue Silver and Rogue Black shafts are available through leading club manufacturers and distributors worldwide. The Rogue Silver has a stiff tip section for a mid to low launch with low spin, while the Rogue Black has a medium-stiff tip section and slightly higher torque for a mid-high launch with moderate spin.  The stiff-tip Rogue Silver are available in 60 and 70 gram versions in R, S, and X flexes. The mid-stiff tip Rogue Black are available in 60, 70, 80 versions as well as an 85 gram hybrid shaft in R, S, and X flexes. Aldila Rogue shafts are available with a suggested retail price of $449. 

Aldila Launches Limited Edition Rogue Black

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Aldila is proud to announce the latest offering in the Limited Edition Rogue shaft series.  The Rogue Black 110 has been used in the driver of the winner of the first two majors of the year.  The Limited Edition Rogue Black 110 is available in both 60 and 70gram models in Tour S and Tour X flexes.  Aldila will begin shipping the Limited Edition, Made in the USA version of the Rogue Black beginning July 13, 2015.  The Rogue Black has a suggested retail price of $799.

  The Aldila Limited Edition Rogue Black shafts employ ‘Graphitic Carbon’ with a modulus of 110 MSI (million pounds per square inch).  The modulus of the graphite material used in typical graphite shafts ranges from 33 MSI to 55 MSI.  By incorporating this new material, Aldila is able to make the shaft stiffer and lower torque without adding weight.  At the same time, the placement of the material in top third of the shaft (grip end) allows the shaft manufacturer to slightly counterbalance the shaft to work well with today’s heavier driver heads and the longer length of modern drivers.

  Worldwide, players using Aldila Rogue shafts have now won 21 events.  With results like these, there’s no surprise the Aldila Rogue continues to be the most popular driver shaft series in play since its introduction on Tour.

Aldila Rogue Wins The US Open

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The winner of the US Open drove to victory using the Aldila Rogue golf shaft (Rogue Black 60 Tour X).  The Rogue has now been used to win the first 2 majors of the year.  Worldwide, players using the Aldila Rogue have now won 21 events.  With results like these, there’s no surprise the Aldila Rogue continues to be the most popular driver shaft in play since its introduction on Tour.

 “Rogue offers unmatched performance and consistency through the use of advanced, rare, and extremely expensive aerospace materials,” said John Oldenburg, Aldila’s Vice President of Engineering and Product Development. “No other golf shaft on the market today uses the advanced, extremely high modulus, ‘Graphitic Carbon’ fibers that provide performance characteristics never before available in a golf shaft.”

The Aldila Rogue shaft series employ ‘Graphitic Carbon’ with a modulus ranging from 95 MSI (million pounds per square inch) in the Rogue Black, to 110 MSI in the Rogue Silver, and 125 MSI in the “Limited Edition – Made in U.S.A.” Rogue.  The modulus of the graphite material used in typical graphite shafts ranges from 33 MSI to 55 MSI.  By incorporating this new material, Aldila is able to make the shaft stiffer and lower torque without adding weight.  At the same time, the placement of the material in top third of the shaft (grip end) allows the shaft manufacturer to slightly counterbalance the shaft to work well with today’s heavier driver heads and the longer length of modern drivers.

The Aldila Rogue Silver and Rogue Black shafts are available through leading club manufacturers and distributors worldwide. The Rogue Silver has a stiff tip section for a mid to low launch with low spin, while the Rogue Black has a medium-stiff tip section and slightly higher torque for a mid-high launch with moderate spin.  The stiff-tip Rogue Silver are available in 60 and 70 gram versions in R, S, and X flexes. The mid-stiff tip Rogue Black are available in 60, 70, 80 versions as well as an 85 gram hybrid shaft in R, S, and X flexes. Aldila Rogue shafts are available with a suggested retail price of $449. 

Aldila Rogue Wins The Memorial Tournament

 

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The winner of The Memorial Tournament drove to victory using Aldila’s Rogue golf shaft (Rogue Silver 60 Tour X).  Players using the Aldila Rogue have now won 20 events worldwide.  With results like these, there’s no surprise the Aldila Rogue continues to be the most popular driver shaft in play since its introduction on Tour.

 “Rogue offers unmatched performance and consistency through the use of advanced, rare, and extremely expensive aerospace materials,” said John Oldenburg, Aldila’s Vice President of Engineering and Product Development. “No other golf shaft on the market today uses the advanced, extremely high modulus, ‘Graphitic Carbon’ fibers that provide performance characteristics never before available in a golf shaft.”

The Aldila Rogue shaft series employ ‘Graphitic Carbon’ with a modulus ranging from 95 MSI (million pounds per square inch) in the Rogue Black, to 110 MSI in the Rogue Silver, and 125 MSI in the “Limited Edition – Made in U.S.A.” Rogue.  The modulus of the graphite material used in typical graphite shafts ranges from 33 MSI to 55 MSI.  By incorporating this new material, Aldila is able to make the shaft stiffer and lower torque without adding weight.  At the same time, the placement of the material in top third of the shaft (grip end) allows the shaft manufacturer to slightly counterbalance the shaft to work well with today’s heavier driver heads and the longer length of modern drivers.

The Aldila Rogue Silver and Rogue Black shafts are available through leading club manufacturers and distributors worldwide. The Rogue Silver has a stiff tip section for a mid to low launch with low spin, while the Rogue Black has a medium-stiff tip section and slightly higher torque for a mid-high launch with moderate spin.  The stiff-tip Rogue Silver are available in 60 and 70 gram versions in R, S, and X flexes. The mid-stiff tip Rogue Black are available in 60, 70, 80 versions as well as an 85 gram hybrid shaft in R, S, and X flexes. Aldila Rogue shafts are available with a suggested retail price of $449. 

Aldila Rogue Wins in Augusta

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Aldila’s high performance Rogue golf shaft (Rogue Black 60 Tour X) was driven to victory by the champion in Augusta. 

Since its introduction on Tour, the Aldila Rogue continues to be the most popular driver shaft in play.  Players using the Rogue have won 16 events, including 3 of the last 5.     

“Rogue offers unmatched performance and consistency through the use of advanced, rare, and extremely expensive aerospace materials,” said John Oldenburg, Aldila’s Vice President of Engineering and Product Development. “No other golf shaft on the market today uses the advanced, extremely high modulus, ‘Graphitic Carbon’ fibers that provide performance characteristics never before available in a golf shaft.”

The Aldila Rogue shaft series employ ‘Graphitic Carbon’ with a modulus ranging from 95 MSI (million pounds per square inch) in the Rogue Black, to 110 MSI in the Rogue Silver, and 125 MSI in the “Limited Edition – Made in U.S.A.” Rogue.  The modulus of the graphite material used in typical graphite shafts ranges from 33 MSI to 55 MSI.  By incorporating this new material, Aldila is able to make the shaft stiffer and lower torque without adding weight.  At the same time, the placement of the material in top third of the shaft (grip end) allows the shaft manufacturer to slightly counterbalance the shaft to work well with today’s heavier driver heads and the longer length of modern drivers.

The Aldila Rogue Silver and Rogue Black shafts are available through leading club manufacturers and distributors worldwide. The Rogue Silver has a stiff tip section for a mid to low launch with low spin, while the Rogue Black has a medium-stiff tip section and slightly higher torque for a mid-high launch with moderate spin.  The stiff-tip Rogue Silver are available in 60 and 70 gram versions in R, S, and X flexes. The mid-stiff tip Rogue Black are available in 60, 70, 80 versions as well as an 85 gram hybrid shaft in R, S, and X flexes. Aldila Rogue shafts are available with a suggested retail price of $449. 

Aldila Releases Rogue - #1 Driver Shaft Model On Tour

describe the imageThe most popular driver shaft on the PGA Tour is now available to consumers. After dominating on Tour in the latter half of 2014, Aldila is now shipping its highly-anticipated Rogue Silver and Rogue Black shafts through leading clubmakers, fitters and distributors worldwide. 

Aldila's Rogue has been the #1 driver shaft model on the PGA Tour at 34 consecutive events, dating back to the 2014 season, according to the Darrell Survey. It has already been used in the driver of the winners of 10 total tour events. The Rogue dominated the end of the 2014 PGA Tour season winning 6 of the last 12 events, including 3 out of 4 FedEx Cup playoff events.

The Rogue Silver has a stiff tip section for a mid to low launch with low spin, while the Rogue Black has a medium-stiff tip section and slightly higher torque for a mid-high launch with moderate spin.

"The Rogue offers unmatched performance and consistency through the use of advanced, rare, and extremely expensive aerospace materials," said John Oldenburg, Aldila's Vice President of Engineering and Product Development. "No other golf shaft on the market today uses the advanced, extremely high modulus, 'Graphitic Carbon' fibers that provide performance characteristics never before available in a golf shaft. By combining graphitic carbon with Aldila's NexGen Micro Laminate Technology, and a constant taper profile, the Rogue provides exceptional feel, power, and consistency. The unique counterbalanced mass distribution also creates a shaft that matches perfectly with today's modern, high-tech, heavier driver heads."

According to Oldenburg, all of the available tour proven Rogue models employ 'Graphitic Carbon' with a modulus ranging from 95 MSI (million pounds per square inch) in the Rogue Black, to 110 MSI in the Rogue Silver, and 125 MSI in the "Limited Edition - Made in U.S.A." Rogue. The modulus of the graphite material used in typical graphite shafts ranges from 33 MSI to 55 MSI. By incorporating this new material, Aldila (aldila.com) is able to make the shaft stiffer and lower torque without adding weight. At the same time, the placement of the material in top third of the shaft (grip end) allows the shaft manufacturer to slightly counterbalance the shaft to work well with today's heavier driver heads and the longer length of modern drivers.

The stiff tip Rogue Silver will be available in 60 and 70 gram versions in R, S, and X flexes. The mid-stiff tip Rogue Black will be available in 60, 70, 80 versions as well as an 85 gram hybrid shaft in R, S, and X flexes.

Rogue shafts are available now through select distributors and clubmakers with a suggested retail price of $449. 

Aldila (aldila.com) offers patented shaft design technologies that consistently outperform other shafts available. This technology advantage is the reason Aldila is the most popular graphite shaft among top touring professionals. These top professionals recognize Aldila's advanced performance and year after year that there are more Aldila wood and hybrid shafts in play than any other shaft manufacturer on Tour. Whether the Micro Laminate Technology™ first introduced in Aldila NV™, the most popular graphite ever or today's Nex Generation Micro Laminate Technology, Aldila engineers are continually pushing and advancing high performance graphite golf shaft technology well beyond any other manufacturer.

Aldila’s Tour Blue shaft used to win Memorial Tournament

Using Aldila’s new Tour Blue shaft in his 3 Wood and hybrid club, the winner of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance notched his second victory of the season and sixth of his PGA career. With the victory he jumped to 4th in the Official World Golf Ranking and 2nd in the FedEx Cup standings.

“The Aldila Tour Blue is moderate stiff tip shaft and very low torque designed for a slightly higher ball flight with low to moderate spin rate,” said Stewart Bahl, Aldila’s Marketing Manager. “The Tour Green is a stiff tip shaft with moderate torque designed for lower/penetrating ball flight producing a lower spin rate. The shaft profiles have a constant taper to provide exceptional feel and a smooth, controlled release. Tour Blue and Tour Green shafts are made with the latest generation of Aldila’s Micro Laminate materials (MLT). The ultra thin, ultra strong material allows for the construction of a shaft with outstanding performance and unparalleled consistency.”

The Tour Blue shaft was also instrumental for the Most Accurate Driver on the PGA and Web.com Tours. Both players play Aldila’s Tour Blue shaft in their drivers. At the Memorial Tournament, the Most Accurate Driver finished first in driving accuracy percentage with an astounding 96.43 percent compared to the Field’s average of 69.54 percent. On the Web.com Tour, the Most Accurate Driver is enjoying an overall season driving accuracy percentage of 79.63 compared to the Tour’s average of 63.46 percent.

 “The Hottest Shafts In Golf” also won the wood and hybrid shaft manufacturer counts at the Memorial Tournament. With 29 Tour Blue and Tour Green shafts in play, Aldila had 3 more wood shafts and 10 more hybrid shafts in play than the next leading shaft manufacturer, according to the Darrell Survey. The double count win marks the 12th consecutive week that Aldila has won both shaft counts on the PGA Tour including the Masters.

Aldila (www.aldila.com) catapults power to an unprecedented level. High performance technology harnessed and perfected from a special blend of materials, design and expertise. They are continually on the leading edge of the golf world through their relentless pursuit of the next best innovation. They do the experimenting so you don’t have to. Pushing success to the edge and redefining how power should feel. Are you playing Aldila, or just graphite?

Aldila's Tour Irons Help Lift Colonial Plaza Invitational Champ To Victory

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Aldila's Tour Irons With RIP Technology™ Help Lift Colonial Plaza Invitational Champ To Victory
Tour Blue & Tour Green helps Aldila win wood, hybrid shaft manufacturer counts for 11th consecutive week on tour
POWAY, Calif. - Using Aldila's new low-torque Tour Iron shafts with RIP Technology™ in his 4-9 iron and pitching wedge as well as Aldila's RIP Beta shaft in his 3 wood, the winner of the Colonial Plaza Invitational picked up his 3rd career PGA Tour victory winning by one stroke. He hit 71.4 percent of his fairways and 75 percent of his greens, which ranked him inside the top 10 in the field for both categories. He finished with a 14-under 266 (67-67-66-66) and captured his fourth top-10 finish of the season.

"Aldila engineers have combined exclusive carbon fiber materials and resins with RIP (Reverse Interlaminar Placement) Technology™ to create the Tour Iron shafts," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. "Incorporating exclusive manufacturing technology acquired from Aldila's composite arrow making company, Aldila's engineers were able to make an iron shaft that is straighter and more consistent than any other iron shaft, steel or graphite. The Tour Iron shaft's proprietary materials make them lower in torque," said Bahl. "At the end of the day, we feel that this is the product that will finally give the player a better performing shaft than steel."

With 29 new Tour Green and Tour Blue shafts in play, Aldila won the wood and hybrid shaft manufacturer counts at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Aldila had 8 more wood shafts and 7 more hybrid shafts in play than the next leading shaft manufacturer, according to the Darrell Survey. The double count win marks the 11th consecutive week that Aldila has won both shaft counts on the PGA Tour including the Masters. The Most Accurate Driver at the Crowne also used Aldila's Tour Green shaft in his driver. He finished first in overall driving accuracy with a rating percentage of 78.57.

"The Aldila Tour Green is a stiff tip shaft with moderate torque designed for lower/penetrating ball flight producing a lower spin rate," said Bahl. "The Tour Blue is moderate stiff tip shaft and very low torque designed for a slightly higher ball flight with low to moderate spin rate. The shaft profiles have a constant taper to provide exceptional feel and a smooth, controlled release. Tour Green and Tour Blue shafts are made with the latest generation of Aldila's Micro Laminate materials (MLT). The ultra thin, ultra strong material allows for the construction of a shaft with outstanding performance and unparalleled consistency."

Aldila (www.aldila.com) catapults power to an unprecedented level. High performance technology harnessed and perfected from a special blend of materials, design and expertise. They are continually on the leading edge of the golf world through their relentless pursuit of the next best innovation. They do the experimenting so you don't have to. Pushing success to the edge and redefining how power should feel. Are you playing Aldila, or just graphite?

ABOUT ALDILA
Aldila Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon America Inc. Aldila Inc. is one of the world's largest manufacturers of carbon fiber shafts. Aldila is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of carbon-based composite products and materials used in various end markets. Aldila's competencies are the development of carbon-based composites and the implementation of manufacturing processes that support the commercialization of these composites. Aldila is a vertically integrated supplier of composites across three primary end markets: carbon-based pre-impregnated composite fibers, graphite golf shafts and archery products.

For more information on the Aldila RIP® Series, VooDoo, VS Proto™, and NV® shafts, visit Aldila's Web site www.aldila.com. Follow what's new on www.Facebook.com/AldilaGolf.

About MRA
Mitsubishi Rayon America Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. MRA's business is centered around MMA (methyl methacrylate) and AN (acrylonitrile) business complexes as basic raw materials and finished products. For more information, visit http://www.mrany.com.

About MRC
Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation. MRC's business is centered around chemical and plastics, fibers, carbon fibers and composite materials, and aqua businesses. For more information, visit http://www.mrc.co.jp
Contact:
Mike Leonard
Communications Director
Golf Marketing Services
407-347-7244
mike@golfmarketinginc.com

Aldila's New Tour Green Drives to Victory

Using Aldila’s new Tour Green shaft in his Driver and its RIP shaft in his 3 Wood, the winner of the 82° Abierto OSDE del Centro tournament captured his second victory in his only two starts on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica. His victory came on the first playoff hole after hitting a solid drive off the 18th tee. The week prior, the Argentine came up just short of his third major championship title after falling to Adam Scott in a playoff at the Masters. His previous two major titles are the 2009 Masters and 2007 U.S. Open Championship.

Aldila also won the wood and hybrid shaft manufacturer counts at the RBC Heritage. Aldila had 11 more wood shafts and three more hybrid shafts in play than the next leading shaft manufacturer at the Masters, according to the Darrell Survey. The double count win marked the sixth consecutive week that Aldila has won both the wood and hybrid shaft manufacturer counts on the PGA Tour.

The Tour Green is also being played in the driver and 3 wood of the Most Accurate Driver on the PGA Tour. He leads the Tour with an overall Driving Accuracy Percentage rating of 73.58 percent compared to the Tour’s average of 60.35 percent. He also plays Aldila’s new graphite RIP Iron shafts in all of his iron clubs.

According to Aldila engineers, the Tour Green and Tour Blue is a new shaft design that’s currently undergoing final testing on Tour and will be released later this year. The company’s new graphite irons will afford golfers unrivaled consistency, straightness and low torque with optimum feel when they are released later this summer.

 Aldila (www.aldila.com) catapults power to an unprecedented level. High performance technology harnessed and perfected from a special blend of materials, design and expertise. They are continually on the leading edge of the golf world through their relentless pursuit of the next best innovation. They do the experimenting so you don’t have to. Pushing success to the edge and redefining how power should feel. Are you playing Aldila, or just graphite? 

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ABOUT ALDILA

Aldila Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon America Inc.  Aldila Inc. is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of carbon fiber shafts.  Aldila is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of carbon-based composite products and materials used in various end markets. Aldila’s competencies are the development of carbon-based composites and the implementation of manufacturing processes that support the commercialization of these composites. Aldila is a vertically integrated supplier of composites across three primary end markets: carbon-based pre-impregnated composite fibers, graphite golf shafts and archery products.

For more information on the Aldila RIP® Series, VooDoo, VS Proto™, and NV® shafts, visit Aldila’s Web site www.aldila.com. Follow what’s new on www.Facebook.com/AldilaGolf.

About MRA

Mitsubishi Rayon America Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. MRA’s business is centered around MMA (methyl methacrylate) and AN (acrylonitrile) business complexes as basic raw materials and finished products. For more information, visit http://www.mrany.com.

About MRC

Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation.  MRC’s business is centered around chemical and plastics, fibers, carbon fibers and composite materials, and aqua businesses.  For more information, visit http://www.mrc.co.jp

 

Aldila NV and VS Proto Used to win Shell Houston Open

The winner of the Shell Houston Open picked up his second career PGA Tour victory with the help of Aldila’s NV™ and VS Proto™ shafts in his hybrid clubs. With the win, he earns two more years of eligibility on the PGA Tour, a start at next year’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions and a trip to Augusta for this year’s Masters Tournament.

Both shafts feature Aldila’s Micro Laminate Technology™, which provides the player with unmatched performance and incredible feel.

“Aldila’s NV and VS Proto shafts feature Aldila’s patent-pending Micro Laminate Technology™ that provides the players enhanced power, consistent flex and precise feel,” said Stewart Bahl, Aldila’s Marketing Manager. “The consistent taper and slim profile produces a shaft with consistent performance, flex and feel throughout the length of the shaft while eliminating the dull “boardy” feel of other shafts on the market.”

For the third consecutive week, “The Hottest Shafts In Golf” captured the wood and hybrid shaft counts on the PGA Tour and six of the Top 10 finishers at the Shell Houston Open played Aldila shafts. As more and more players make the switch to Aldila’s new Tour Green and Tour Blue shafts in their drivers and fairway woods, Aldila continues to lead the wood and hybrid shaft counts on the PGA Tour. A total of 35 Tour Blue/Green were in play at the Shell Houston Open. Aldila had 22 more wood shafts and 10 more hybrid shafts in play than the next leading shaft manufacturer at the Shell Houston Open, according to the Darrell Survey.

Aldila (www.aldila.com) catapults power to an unprecedented level. High performance technology harnessed and perfected from a special blend of materials, design and expertise. They are continually on the leading edge of the golf world through their relentless pursuit of the next best innovation. They do the experimenting so you don’t have to. Pushing success to the edge and redefining how power should feel. Are you playing Aldila, or just graphite?

 

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ABOUT ALDILA

Aldila is the world's premier manufacturer of high performance graphite golf shafts, composite prepreg and carbon fiber arrows. Aldila engineers continually advance and redefine golf shaft technology. Since 1972, Aldila has led the graphite shaft industry with more patented technology, manufacturing and process innovation than any other shaft manufacturer. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, Aldila was the #1 graphite shaft on Tour with more wood and hybrid shafts in play than the next leading competitor, according to the Darrell Survey. Aldila captured the wood and hybrid shaft manufacturer counts at three of the season’s four major championships in 2012. For more information on the RIP Phenom, RIP® Series, VooDoo®, VS Proto™, and NV® shafts, visit Aldila’s Web site www.aldila.com. Follow what’s new on www.Facebook.com/AldilaGolf.

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