SOURCE: Feel Golf

Feel Golf

September 13, 2010 12:00 ET

Feel Golf Keeps Non-Conforming Wedges

MONTEREY, CA--(Marketwire - September 13, 2010) -  Responding to consumer backlash against the new USGA standards for grooved golf clubs, Feel Golf Company (OTCBB: FEEL) will extend the availability of its non-conforming wedges.

"We'll offer wedges with the more aggressive grooves through the end of 2012. Amateurs can continue to use them in sanctioned events until 2014, and in recreational play until at least 2024," says Lee Miller, CEO of Feel Golf. "They are just too popular to discontinue -- they really offer a unique short-game advantage."

The non-conforming wedges are available at many retail web sites, pro shops and online at www.feelgolf.net and are available in Feel Golf's well-known Designer, Gun Metal and Satin finishes.

Meanwhile, Feel Golf engineers have been busy designing an entirely new line to conform with the new groove standards. Replacing the traditional grooves are an exciting new development that Feel engineers call "Micro Milled Face Lines." These lines cover the entire wedge face and enable an unprecedented level of spin control and finesse. These totally re-designed wedges include a Matte Chrome Satin and a Black QPQ finish.

The USGA and R&A ruling bodies adopted a new groove standard for the professional tours effective January 2010. The standards apply to certain amateur events starting in 2014.

About Feel Golf Company
For more than 20 years, Feel Golf (OTCBB: FEEL) has been known for its award-winning wedges, premium golf clubs and innovative reverse taper golf grips. Tour players worldwide have played Feel Golf's wedges and Full Release Grips because of their unique performance qualities and consistent feel. Visit www.feelgolf.net or call 877-934-7387.

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