SOURCE: Element 21 Golf Co.

July 19, 2005 09:27 ET

E21's Scandium Technology at the US Bank Championships and More PGA Tour Events

IRVINE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 19, 2005 -- Element 21 Golf Company (E21) (OTC BB: EGLF) announced today that it has secured an agreement with Mr. Andy Harris and The Spotlight Sportz Inc., to become the E21's independent Director of Tour Operations.

Mr. Andy Harris turned professional in 1986, and is a member of PGA of America (Middle Atlantic Section), and has worked in the PGA promotions field since 1999 with Maxfli, Aldila, Tommy Armour. Mr. Harris is an experienced veteran with PGA credentials, who has a strong following with many members of the PGA, Sr. PGA, LPGA and Nationwide Tours. His first event for E21 will be this weeks PGA Tour event, the US Bank Championships, being held in Milwaukee, WI., July 21st thru July 24th.

"Mr. Harris will represent Element 21 Golf and attend PGA events all year on our behalf," stated E21's President and CEO, Nataliya Hearn, Ph.D., P.E. "He will handle all aspects of the tour including contract negotiations, development and testing of all products for these tours. We look forward to his contributions in ensuring the continued success of the E21 Golf," said Dr. Hearn

About Element 21 Golf Company:

E21 is a fully integrated golf company that combines patented Scandium alloys with unique expertise in material sciences, engineering, product design, sales and marketing. In both robotic and extensive player testing E21 golf clubs and shafts were found to provide greater distance, improved accuracy and unprecedented feel. E21 Golf -- Experience a Material Change!

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