After a very successful PGA Show in Orlando, Florida, the Maruman Golf brand is now showcasing its entire new collection in Europe. With over 100 PGA Tour wins worldwide, including three major victories, Maruman Golf has a pedigree like few other golf equipment manufacturers in the world. Top-novelties like the ‘Metabio’ driver continue this tradition. Metabio improves the game with features like the impressive ‘gravity angle’ and won Best of Show recognition at the PGA Show 2007 in Orlando. However, the real highlight of the current collection is the ‘Majesty’ line.
One look at the company’s premier driver, the ‘Majesty Prestigio’, shows what distinguishes this series and Maruman Golf as a whole. The outstanding quality of this driver derives, among other things, from the technology and materials which no other competitor is using. Made with a Fullerene composite shaft and Maruman’s Nano Toughest Titanium Face, the Majesty Prestigio offers that inimitable feel that comes with hitting a perfect drive. The Majesty Prestigio lives up to its name, from the exquisite shaft detail to the golden-hued clubhead. Finished by selected craftsmen one by one, each head is something special. And surely the Majesty Prestigio is one of the most beautiful clubs to be found. In 2005 Majesty was named the most expensive golf equipment in the world by the U.S. magazine Forbes.
The Majesty Prestigio is accompanied by all kinds of other impressive products for golfers. For instance the ‘Shuttle’ series with game improving fairway woods / hybrids can be seen, and the famous ‘KS’ series with wedges created by renowned Maruman designer Kenzo Sugiyama. Maruman’s hot new KS Wedge was in John Bickerton’s bag when he won the 2006 European PGA Tour Open de France ALSTOM title. A novelty from the ‘Conductor’ series, which will be released in 2008, will also be announced. The series’ legendary irons were in the bag of Juvic Pagunsan, the 2006 Asian Tour Rookie of the Year.
With the current collection, Maruman Golf Equipment impressively demonstrates that it is always out in front in terms of technological innovation. The company introduced the first high COR driver, as well as being the first company to bring nanotechnology to golf equipment. The company’s future goal is to play an important role in Europe.
Exhibiting at Golf Europe 2007 and at the Madrid Golf Show were the first steps in achieving this objective.
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