ATLANTA, August 6, 2007 – Srixon’s Z-URC golf ball recorded its second win in two weeks on the PGA Tour with the champion of the Reno-Tahoe Open using the Z-URC golf ball to win by five shots. This win comes on the heels of Jim Furyk’s victory last week at the Canadian Open.
Srixon’s Z-URC golf ball is designed with the softest urethane-elastomer cover the company has ever developed, resulting in outstanding spin control on approach shots and around the green. Underneath the cover technology, the Z-URC features a large energetic gradient growth core that produces tremendous velocity combined with optimal launch conditions. The result is pinpoint precision and distance control for the world’s best players.
At the World Golf Championship in Akron, Ohio, Srixon’s Tim Clark continues his hot streak firing a final round 69 on Sunday to finish T-6th. Clark uses the new Srixon I-701 Tour irons and Z-URC golf ball. In the last three weeks, Clark has recorded three top-tens, including two seconds. His finish moves him up 8 spots in the FedExCup points to 34th and currently 35th in the Official World Golf Rankings.