SOURCE: Element 21 Golf Co.

April 12, 2006 08:37 ET

No Chance of the Fore Play in Space, Heats up Airwaves Nonetheless

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 12, 2006 -- Element 21 Golf Company (E21) (OTC BB: EGLF) reports that the company has been featured in an Associated Press article by Mike Schneider describing recent developments around "The Golf Shot In Space" project. Again this story is circulating the globe with hundreds of articles appearing in the USA, Canada, The European Union, Russia, South Africa, Australia, Japan and others.

After months of feasibility studies we feel that the project is absolutely safe. The concerns are being mitigated by The Russian Space Agency with confirmation of the Project's safety compliance. The information is now being assessed and verified independently by NASA. "Hopefully Golf Shot in Space will become what it was intended for, and will be easy to relate to, yet sophisticated enough to light up the imagination of millions of golfers in an entertaining and positive way," stated Dr. Nataliya Hearn, President and CEO of Element 21 Golf Company. "Our technology platform and this one golfing event may give our customer base a point of reference and a point of difference through a very powerful, yet understandable image."

About Element 21 Golf Company:

Prior to the end of the 2005 PGA Tour, an unprecedented number of high-profile golf professionals have switched or began testing E21's Scandium Eagle One shafts.

E21 holds the exclusive right to manufacture golf products using proprietary Scandium Metal Alloy. Through a sophisticated multi-technology production path, E21 manufactures Scandium drivers, shafts and other clubs with marked improvements in distance, accuracy and feel over competing products. E21's Scandium Alloy is 55% lighter and offers 25% strength to weight advantage over Titanium alloys, the current standard in the golf equipment industry. The advanced dynamics of Scandium and the material economics offer a performance-enhanced alternative to manufacturing driver clubs with Titanium, the largest segment of the annual $4 billion dollar golf equipment marketplace.

E21 recently announced its "Golf Shot around the World Mission" in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Alan B. Shepard Jr., historic Apollo 14 Mission. Just about every single record for distance in the golf industry will be shattered this fall when an astronaut will hit a golf ball into orbit around the Earth -- using an E21 golf club. It is only natural that this event takes place on the International Space Station, considering that Scandium is also used on the Space Station in high strength, fatigue resistant applications.

E21 Golf -- The Evolution Is Inevitable!

Links to recent AP Article:,2933,191369,00.html 4

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