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Mitsubishi Rayon’s Graphite Shafts, now known as MRC GOLF, has been producing golf shafts for more than 25 years. During this time MRC GOLF has grown to become a leading worldwide supplier and shafts made by the company have


been used to help win 248 events on all the world’s major tours from 2004 to 2014. MRC Golf is a division of a multi-billion dollar materials organisation, which has created thousands of different resin combinations and materials. MRC Golf has utilised this wealth of expertise in their ‘vertical integration’ - controlling all the components that comprise their finished shafts.


MITSUBISHI MODELS INCLUDE...


KuroKage KuroKage shafts feature two key technologies: Low Resin Content Prepreg and Titanium Nickel (TiNi) Wire. After using TiNi Wire in ultra-light products, MRC wanted to see how it would perform in heavier, tour-weighted shafts, which led to KURO KAGE. The specialist low resin prepreg gives higher density fibre without extra weight. Fibre plus wire equals a potent combination of power and accuracy.


APPROVED DEALER KEY ACCOUNT PROGRAMME


If you’d like to be part of an incredible success story then apply here to become a Mitsubishi Rayon ‘Approved Dealer’. For the past 11 years Mitsubishi shafts have outshone all the other shaft manufacturers on the planet, having been used by more than 250 winners on the world’s major tours.


As the distributor of Mitsubishi Rayon Graphite shafts - Diamond Golf is now seeking to expand a key account programme and we’d like to invite you to be part of it. Here are some of the KAP benefits:


Exclusive access to significantly reduced prices across the full Mitsubishi Rayon range 2 FREE demo shafts each calendar year 2 further demo shafts at a discount of 40% each calendar year Exclusive access to new shaft models prior to launch Authorized dealer welcome kit to include product catalogues, data sheets, dealer ID & consumer brochures Web link for your business on MRC GOLF website (www.mitsubishirayongolf.com) Use of MRC GOLF logos for advertising purposes


If you would like to be considered for this programme please contact Daren Treacy at Diamond Golf either by emailing darentreacy@diamondgolf.co.uk or by calling


+44 (0)1903 726999. sales@diamondgolf.co.uk Freephone: 0800 083 7388


Diamana A popular tour choice that utilises three proprietary technologies: 3G Multi- Dimensional Interlay (MDI), DIALEAD™ prepreg and Tough-QURE™ fast-curing resin system. The Diamana series revolves around precise control, stability and responsiveness, with bend profiles to suit all manner of players.


Bassara A premium range of lightweight shafts that achieve ultimate consistency through the use of advanced lightweight materials. Incorporating TiNi Wire allows for added strength and improved energy transfer. Currently featured in the Bassara line up is a sub 40g shaft – that’s lighter than a golf ball! Furthermore - engineers in Japan are currently testing a 29g shaft. Bassara models are finished using MRC’s Ion Plating process for a sophisticated and unique appearance.


Fubuki A self-proclaimed ‘proving ground’ for MRC’s innovations that originate in their labs in Japan, the Fubuki range features advanced Modulus Differential Technology (MDT) for fine-tuned fibre placement, and the stainless steel mesh technology of Power “Ninja” Core (PNC), for minimal shaft deformation and ultimate energy transfer.


OT Iron The OT™ Iron shaft uses a new material for the golf shaft industry called Tow Prepreg, which uses carbon fibres that are arranged in super-strong “bundles” (the way a steel cable is made). These bundles are impregnated with resin and then woven together like a braid. The “braiding” is incredibly resistant to twisting and ovaling giving greater consistency and minimising vibration. OTi shafts produce a mid-launch and mid to low spin.


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