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The Pinnacle Gold is longer than ever

8.15am 16th January 2008 - Corporate

Hot on the heels of the new flagship Pinnacle Platinum comes the all new Pinnacle Gold.

The Pinnacle Gold golf ball has long been the leader in the value golf ball category and 2008 sees further advancements to the best selling Pinnacle golf ball. The new Pinnacle Gold now has two offerings; the new Gold FX Soft and the Gold FX Long, both continuing to serve as the golf ball of choice for distance and performance for value-conscious but quality orientated golfers.

Renowned for its long and straight distances, the Pinnacle Gold FX Soft delivers a surprisingly soft feel on all shots without sacrificing any of its distance. The new Pinnacle Gold FX Soft features a new, softer Surlyn cover and a soft compression, resilient core, providing golfers with a soft yet cut-proof guaranteed golf ball at a superior value. An alignment sidestamp has also been introduced to promote better putting accuracy.

Alongside the FX Soft, the new Gold FX Long, aimed at high speed recreational players, and for those whose first requirement is distance, is Pinnacle’s longest product to date. The Gold FX Long will definitely appeal to all aspiring long drivers, as well as those who prioritise long and straight distance.

The Pinnacle brand has long delivered on its performance variables and continues to perform extremely well both on the fairways and in the pro shops and retail outlets. Continually in the top 4 selling golf balls in the UK, the Pinnacle brand is one that appeals to a wide variety of golfers. The new Gold range for 2008 will no doubt continue this trend and keep the Pinnacle brand at the forefront of the ball market in 2008.

The RRP for the Pinnacle Gold FX Soft, Gold FX Long is £2.25 for a sleeve of three balls.

Pinnacle www.pinnaclegolf.com

       

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