Thursday, February 16, 2012

Feel Golf's PVD Irons, Wedges Sell Out at 2012 PGA Show

(SANFORD, Fla.) - Feel Golf introduced its advanced engineered PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) Tour irons and wedges at the 2012 PGA Show in Orlando and sold out its first shipment within a few days.

Feel Golf's new PVD black Tour blades are the highest performing, maximum drag co-efficient clubs on the market. Large vacuum coating machines are used to deposit low friction PVD coatings that reduce energy losses and the need for lubricant. These coatings are used extensively in motor sports such as Formula One Racing.

The temperature is kept very low in the PVD process thereby ensuring the highest integrity of the material surface. PVD polished coating provides the advantages of improved performance through maximum drag co-efficient reduction allowing the golf club to slide through grass and sand with the least amount a friction.

Feel's patented manufacturing process and proprietary shaft design has combined playing with engineering and quantified it.

"Anyone can make a golf club, but few can engineer a precision instrument," said Lee Miller, CEO Feel Golf. "We design the performance into the club just like an Indy car is designed for a race car driver."

Feel Golf's finishing process is second to none in the industry. The sleek black look of the PVD tour blades exemplifies how Feel Golf continues to be a leader not a follower.

PVD coating is a non-polluting coating technology and demonstrates Feel Golf's ongoing advanced engineering and commitment to environmental and "green" innovation.'

For more information, go to or call 877-934-7387.


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