SOURCE: Element 21 Golf Co.

February 12, 2007 13:52 ET

PGA Tour Player Ties for 1st in Greens in Regulation at AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Using Element 21 Scandium Eagle One Shafts

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 12, 2007 -- Element 21 Golf Company ("E21") (OTCBB: EGLF) (FRANKFURT: BJQ), the manufacturer of advanced Scandium Alloy golf equipment, provided an update today on the use of its Eagle One Scandium Alloy shafts on the PGA Tour.

Two notable Tour Players put the Eagle One Scandium Alloy shafts into play this past weekend at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AM held in Monterey, CA. One of the players, a 3-time US Ryder Cup Team Member and former US Ryder Cup Team Captain, tied for 1st in Greens in Regulation at the event with an impressive 79.1% rating. The other, an 11-time winner on the PGA Tour, has 97 career Top 10 Finishes to his credit and is considered one of the best ball strikers on the Tour. Both placed their confidence in the e21 Scandium Alloy shafts this past weekend and it paid off.

"The accuracy our Scandium Eagle One shafts provide continues to amaze me," stated Andy Harris, e21's Director of Tour Operations, "and they're really starting to turn some heads out here on the Tour. Right now I'm working with some of the top players out here, and I'm hoping that we may have as many as 5 players using our products in the weeks to come. Our Tour Van will be at a majority of the events this year and our goal is to capture at least 1 Tour Victory and have several more players using our equipment in 2007. This hopefully will include our hot new Emc² driver which I will be getting into the hands of several Tour players very soon."

"Through the efforts of Andy Harris and our new relationship with Premium Golf Management Co. (PGMC) we anticipate having at least 20 Tour players playing our Eagle One shafts this year," commented Bill Dey, e21's Chief Operating Officer. "This will include players on the PGA Tour, Champions Tour, LPGA Tour, Nationwide and Futures Tours."

E21'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 annenuation than steel shafts that protects golfer's bodies, bones and joints. Each E21 shaft is made from a single piece of Scandium Alloy resulting in unmatched consistency from club to club as well as unprecedented accuracy and an industry-leading torque of as low as 1.4%.

About Element 21 Golf Company:

Element 21 Golf Company is a Delaware company trading on the OTCBB and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FWB) with offices in New Jersey, USA and Toronto, Canada. E21 holds the exclusive right to manufacture golf products using its proprietary E21 Scandium Metal Alloy. Simply put, E21 clubs are using next-generation technology that delivers marked improvements in distance, consistency, accuracy and feel over any of the most popular products in the $5.5 billion U.S. golf equipment marketplace.

Based on this superior performance, a number of high-profile golf professionals have switched to or have begun testing E21's Eagle One shafts in recent months.

E21 Scandium Metal Alloy is the secret behind this advanced performance. Originally developed for advanced aeronautics in jet fighters such as the MiG, it is 55% lighter and offers a 25% greater strength-to-weight advantage over Titanium alloys, the current standard in the golf equipment industry. E21 Scandium Metal Alloys allows greater freedom to move more weight to the perimeter of the club face in woods and hybrids than any other metal, resulting in a significantly larger sweet spot than any other club head. Additionally, E21 Scandium Metal Alloy shafts are almost perfectly symmetrical at 99.5-99.9%, compared to 60-78% typical in graphite shafts and 80-85% for steel.

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