Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Feel Golf's Pro Tour 787 PR White Driver New for 2012

Feel the technology at the PGA Show: Demo Day, Booth 2300 and the ETC

(SANFORD, Fla.) - Feel Golf Co., Inc., an innovator in golf club design since 1985, will be exhibiting its new White Pro Tour 787 PR driver at the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando Jan. 25-28.

The Pro Tour 787 PR driver is designed for maximum forgiveness and "spring-like effect." The
Pro Tour 787 has a very high MOI (Moment of Inertia) providing straighter drives even with off center tee shots. The Pro Tour 787 driver had 22 percent more fairway landings when independently tested against other drivers.

Using Face Angle Variance technology (FAV), the Pro Tour 787 has an open heel and closed toe design for up to two degrees of sidespin forgiveness. The four piece Triple Forged Beta Titanium head produces results with consistency across the entire face.

The 787 PR is USGA conforming, but according to their report is "Borderline on the CT" and "for spring-like effect." In other words, the Pro Tour 787 driver is hot.

"The Pro Tour 787 incorporates our history and expertise of producing some of the longest drivers on the market," said Lee Miller Founder and CEO. "We always strive to maximize performance with feel and that's a key benefit to our end customer, the recreational golfer."

PGA Show attendees will have a chance to test Feel Golf's entire product line during the 2012 Demo Day at the Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge in Winter Garden, Fla., as well during the PGA Show at the Equipment Test Center at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

The pro Tour 787 is also available in black.

For more information, go to www.feelgolf.net.

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