Anaheim, CA- This week the OZIK X3 made its debut at the HP Byron Nelson Championship finishing just two shafts away from being the number one most used shaft model on tour. The OZIK X3 is the newer version of the OZIK XCON, performing with the same high launch, low spinning characteristics. MATRIX took the design of the XCON and found a way to increase the stability and provide a tighter feel through the shaft in the OZIK X3 without having to increase the overall weight. The OZIK X3 also differs by having a progressively linear graduation at impact, making it more efficient in energy, travel and transfer resulting in higher ball speed.
The OZIK Altus also had a great finish at the Byron Nelson, finishing as the number one most used shaft model for the 4th time this year on tour.
“The OZIK X3 had a great opening week on tour and I was very impressed with MATRIX Shafts overall results at the Byron Nelson,” said Director of Tour Operations Joe Miera. “We as a company are committed to making the best shafts on the market and the results that we are seeing each week shows that the players love what they are seeing with us.”
About MATRIX Shafts
Located in Anaheim’s Canyon Center for Advanced Technology, MATRIX was founded with the aim of creating the finest golf shafts available for tournament players and weekenders alike. Since its inception in 1993, MATRIX has become one of the world’s most influential shaft companies by designing transformative structures for nearly every golf company in the marketplace.
MATRIX designs, manufactures and engineers performance-driven and technologically advanced shafts that are built on a patented Hexadecagonal (HD) platform. Coupling leading edge design with a nearly obsessive attention to craftsmanship, material selection and performance advancement, MATRIX has become a mainstay on the PGA Tour. MATRIX has increased its tour usage every year for 10 consecutive years. The best golfers in the world rely on MATRIX Shafts.
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