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Nicklaus launches new product line

12.10am 28th February 2006 - Corporate

Nicklaus Golf Equipment Company will be introducing the Jack Nicklaus Golf Equipment line in 2006 – a new product series to go along with its Nicklaus Premium and Golden Bear equipment lines.
The Jack Nicklaus lines of products will feature a new signature logo to differentiate from the company’s Premium equipment line.
Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, Nicklaus Golf Equipment Company – owned by Jack Nicklaus – continues as a leading US manufacturersof high quality, innovative, technologically advanced golf equipment.
The Jack Nicklaus Golf Equipment line will feature new technology – such as adjustable weighting systems in woods, hybrids, and irons – that won’t break the bank for the consumer who might typically need this kind of technology for his or her game.
“We’re excited about the possibilities the new Jack Nicklaus Golf Equipment line presents for consumers beginning in 2006,” says Jim Cormier, director of marketing for Nicklaus Golf Equipment Company. “Essentially, we’re offering a product line with very modern technology, but at the same time at a pricing structure that appeals to the very consumer who will benefit the most from it.”
The company introduces its first product, the Q4 Driver with adjustable weight technology allowing players to customize and fine-tune their driver. Features include:

  • 6 way quad weighting system
  • Advanced ball velocity – due to high C.O.R. club face
  • 440cc forged titanium construction
  • Grafalloy shaft engineered exclusively for Jack Nicklaus equipment (UK only)
  • Tool kit with 3 and 6 gram weight options
  • Matching head cover
  • Available in MRH, 9, 10.5 and 12 degree lofts
  • RRP £129 / 179 euros

Nicklaus Golf Equipment www.nicklausgolf.com

       

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