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Titleist launches new NXT Golf Ball line-up

12.20am 26th July 2007 - Corporate

Titleist, the undisputed leader in golf ball technology has revealed a new enhanced NXT golf ball range. The popular NXT range is designed for average to highly skilled golfers seeking the ultimate combination of soft feel, high performance control, and long distance.

Replacing the NXT is the new NXT Extreme golf ball. Designed for golfers of all levels, the NXT Extreme produces maximum distance off the tee without compromising soft feel and playability for shorter shots. Featuring a soft compression, high COR core, new higher coverage dimple design and Staggered Wave Parting Line, the NXT Extreme provides longer, more consistent distance than its predecessor, while maintaining soft feel on all shots.

In addition a new improved version of the hugely successful NXT Tour has also been launched. The new NXT Tour features advanced, multi-layer construction, with a new Tour-proven, higher coverage dimple design and Staggered Wave Parting Line delivering longer, more consistent distance. Compared to the pervious model the new 2007 NXT Tour is longer with the driver and long irons, while maintaining soft feel and high performance control into and around the green.

Titleist Sales Director, Ken Graham commented, ‘The NXT plays an important part in our golf ball range. It has been vital for us to continue innovating and producing the best performing, best selling golf ball in this category and we are confident the new Extreme and improved Tour will continue to do so.’

The new golf balls will begin shipping in the UK from 1st August and are expected to retail at £29 NXT Tour and £25 NXT Extreme.

Titleist www.titleist.co.uk

       

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