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PowerBilt Return to UK Market

12.31am 20th April 2010 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Powerbilt Tour Driver

With its distinctive orange branding, persimmon woods and long standing relationship with Fuzzy Zoeller, PowerBilt was a familiar name on Tour and club fairways alike in the 80’s and 90’s; with its high point being Zoellers victories in the Masters and the US Open.

Following an absence from the UK market, in which time PowerBilt focussed all its attention on developing new technologies and products, PowerBilt is set to return to the UK with their latest innovation – Nitrogen Charged Technology.

Ian Waddicar of U.K distributor Golf and Sports Supplies commented, “We’re in the final stages of preparing PowerBilt for the UK market. The R&A has just ruled that PowerBilt’s new driver – the Air Foil – conforms to the rules of golf, so within the next 2 months the UK will have the chance to see some incredible new technology.”

PowerBilt’s return to the UK will be led by the Air Foil Driver. The Air Foil incorporates PowerBilts unique Nitrogen Charged Technology that in testing has produced longer and straighter drives than its competitors.

The time PowerBilt has been away from the U.K. has certainly been well spent. This company with a heritage dating back to 1916 has embraced the future and come up with a set of products that will challenge the idea that technology in drivers has gone as far as it can. Upon its launch next month, the Air Foil from PowerBilt will show the UK just what its been missing.

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