SOURCE: Element 21 Golf Co.

March 19, 2008 13:00 ET

3rd Place Finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Tournament for Element 21 Scandium Technology

TORONTO--(Marketwire - March 19, 2008) - Element 21 Golf Company (OTCBB: EGLF) (FRANKFURT: BJQ), the manufacturer of advanced Scandium Alloy golf and bio-fibre fishing equipment, announces that a player utilizing Eagle One Scandium Technology finished the prestigious Arnold Palmer Bay Hill Invitational Tournament in a tie for 3rd place.

The player in question began using Eagle One Scandium shafts on an unendorsed basis in August 2007. Since the switch, he has been successful in winning the Korean Open, tying for 2nd at the Singapore Open and a strong 2nd place finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Despite a recent illness and a major swing change, he was able to hit 73.6% of the greens in regulation to tie for 4th in this important category at the difficult Bay Hill Course.

This Golf Professional has a reputation as being one of the hardest working players hitting hundreds of balls on the practice range daily. Dr. Nataliya Hearn, President & CEO of Element 21 Golf Company, was quoted as saying, "The medical benefits of scandium engineering are being confirmed on Tour. There is no doubt that that our vibration dampening 'ShockBlok™' technology and our shafts' superior accuracy and distance can help support this player's legendary practice routine and his record for winning golf tournaments."

Element 21 Scandium golf club technology is available for testing for only $49.95. The $49.95 price tag comes with money back guarantee, or can be used towards a purchase of the complete Emc² iron set. Information of this limited time offer is available on the front page of Element 21 Golf website

On average, the Element 21 Scandium Alloy shaft registered substantially longer distance than any other shaft it tested against, in some cases by as much as 16 yards at identical swing speeds, using identical 6 iron heads for the test.

While the added distance of the Element 21 Scandium Alloy shafts was impressive the dispersion/accuracy ratings it achieved were even more overwhelming. The Scandium Shafts recorded dispersion/accuracy ratings as low as +/-1.33 feet from the target zone on center hits. This low dispersion rating showed that the Element 21 Scandium Shafts are nearly 5 TIMES more accurate than their nearest competitor.

About The Element 21 Scandium Shaft Technology

Element 21's Scandium Alloy shafts are manufactured using a proprietary 25-step production process to create a seamless, extruded shaft. Variable wall thickness and the alloy's high tensile strength results in a vibration dampening system called ShockBlok™ with 270% better shock attenuation than steel shafts that protects golfers' bodies, bones and joints. Each Element 21 shaft is made from a single piece of Scandium Alloy resulting in unmatched consistency from club to club as well as unprecedented accuracy and distance and an industry-leading torque of as low as 1.4 degrees.

About Element 21 Golf Company

Element 21 Golf Company develops and markets award-winning golf and fishing products made from the Company's next-generation, proprietary Scandium Alloys. Element 21's high performance products deliver dramatic improvements in distance, consistency, accuracy and feel over the most popular products in the US$5.5 billion golf and the US$48 billion international fishing markets.

Originally developed for advanced aeronautics in jet fighters including the MiG, Element 21's patented Scandium Alloys provides the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any material currently used in sports -- 25% improvement over Titanium, 40% improvement over Graphite/Epoxy, 52% improvement over Aluminum, 70% improvement over Steel. They also provide unique vibration dampening properties resulting in products with unprecedented feel over competing materials.

Element 21 Golf Company has recently expanded its product line to include fishing equipment that has quickly secured international recognition by winning several top honours at the 2007 ICAST, the world's largest sports fishing trade show.

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