Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Q-Link Caps 2008 PGA Tour Season with Strong Showing at Children's Miracle Network Classic

25 Golfers, Three Top-10 Finishers Choose Enhanced Performance Product Line

(LARKSPUR, California) - Clarus Transphase Scientific, Inc. - developer and manufacturer of Q-Link - confirms its SRT-3 products were worn by 25 golfers at the PGA Tour's Children's Miracle Network Classic, including three top-10 finishers.

More than 20 percent of the field in the year-ending PGA Tour event chose to wear Q-Link's new bracelets and pendants. These players benefited from the restored natural balance SRT-3 provides, which facilitates the peak mental and physical performance needed to improve scoring.

"Tournament after tournament, the world's best golfers rely on the scientifically proven benefits of SRT-3 technology," says Richard Gray, Clarus President and CEO. "The response to our new offerings has been tremendous and we've built tremendous momentum heading into next season."

Q-Link bracelets and world-famous pendants have been proven through rigorous independent scientific testing to help golfers of all ages and abilities improve performance via increased focus, stamina and awareness (http://www.qlinkgolf.com/Scripts/research.asp).

The necessary and often coveted accessory of many top PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour players, Q-Link products are openly credited with playing a key role in more than 120 Tour wins -- including a British Open, U.S. Women's Open, U.S. Senior Open and Women's British Open.

Featuring unique resonating crystalline wafers with enhanced materials, the pendants and bracelets can be worn as a system, providing athletes in virtually every sport with the ultimate on- and off-course benefits available from SRT.

In addition to promoting faster recovery from bad shots, reducing first tee jitters and even the yips, the new line of Q-Link products are known to promote better overall sleep and alleviate symptoms of jet lag common among today's international Tour players, business and leisure travelers. The company's bracelets and pendants are also shown to decrease the negative effects of electromagnetic fields generated by devices such as mobile phones, computers and fluorescent lighting.

For more information, please visit www.qlinkgolf.com or call 800.246.2765.

About Clarus Transphase Scientific, Inc.

An innovative technology company founded by Robert O. Williams, Robert Richards and Patricia Parlee, Clarus has for 30 years been devoted to improving and optimizing products, raw materials and living systems that support and sustain life through its fundamental breakthroughs in the field of energy resonance.

For the past decade, the company's Q-Link line of pendants and bracelets has given players a competitive edge by strengthening mind/body coordination. Its core technology, SRT-3, was developed through more than 25 years of research and development, including work by leading scientists and doctors at Stanford, University of California Irvine, Imperial College London and the University of Vienna.

Q-Link's global distribution includes Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dubai, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Nigeria, Norway, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands and Turkey.

Widely available at clubs, spas, doctor's offices and resorts throughout North America, Q-Link products are also sold at major retailers such as Dick's Sporting Goods, Golf Galaxy, Golf Town, Golf USA, Golfsmith, Roger Dunn and The Golfer's Warehouse, as well as online at www.qlinkgolf.com.

Editor's Note: American Golfer proudly wears Q-Link and stands by the product.

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