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PING launches new Micro-site

7.30am 18th September 2007 - Corporate

Leading golf equipment manufacturer, PING has gone live with a brand new micro-site, dedicated to the new G10 and i10 series of golf clubs that were unveiled to the public in August.

The new site can be found at www.pingpowerof10.com and includes concise explanations of the technology behind each club in the series, club specs, product animations and videos featuring PING engineers describing the technology behind the new products.

The new Micro-site, however does not replace PING’s main website as it is dedicated only to G10 and i10 information. Visitors to either site can easily link back and forth between both of them.

Initial response from PING’s worldwide tour staff to the new range has been extremely positive with several players switching to the new driver and irons, including Chris DiMarco, US Open Champion Angel Cabrera and Lee Westwood.

“Technology is moving fast and we’re finding ways to improve our products like never before,” said John Solheim, PING chairman & CEO. “The design and research tools available to our engineers are amazing. It’s a lot of fun to be a golf club engineer right now. The G10 family and our other new products are evidence of our desire to continually push technology with the goal of helping golfers lower their scores and enjoy the game more.”

PING micro-site www.pingpowerof10.com
PING www.pingeurope.com

       

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