International Players Tour Announces New "Club Partner", Stulz Golf Technologies

Saginaw, TX (PressExposure) June 11, 2008 -- Continuing to look for leading edge relationships with unique and emerging technology companies, the International Players Tour (IPT) announces its newest “Club Partner” – Stulz Golf Technologies. Stulz, designers of the Nano Arrow Tri Edge shaft, recently introduced the Special Edition Driver, and IPT members will have an opportunity to “try and buy“ the new driver under a special partner program.

The details of the partnership include product placement for Stulz through the IPT District Directors at each of the IPT events. IPT players will have an opportunity to demo the driver on the range, and if interested, simply go to a special landing page on the Stulz web site to complete a custom fitting process and purchase the driver. Gary Diehl, Senior Vice President, Stulz Golf, says, “IPT is an excellent vehicle to help showcase our unique tour proven products and allow the players the opportunity to test and play a product that will benefit their game. We look forward to working with the IPT management and players.”

Stulz's patent pending Nano Arrow Tri-Edge design and Nano construction provide the strength and control to prevent clubhead twisting on impact and transfer more energy to the ball. The result is longer straighter shots! The Tri-Edge equilateral triangle design is visibly unique and delivers high performance. A triangular shape was utilized because of its strength. The triangular shape near the center of the shaft transfers the energy over three-edges to minimize torque without sacrificing feel. Hooks and slices are greatly reduced. The shot dispersion is considerably narrower, and distance is improved. “This is a superb product that everyone should try,” says Bill Conwell, IPT SVP of Business Development, “and we’re proud to be associated with Stulz in promoting this superb technology.”

About the International Players Tour The International Players Tour, operated by prior management of the Champions Golf Tour (CGT), was launched in January 2008 for the purpose of bringing PGA style competition to avid golfers everywhere. Operations began in April 2002 under the banner of the Champions Golf Tour, which was founded by Ron Beaman in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Ron developed a business model that would provide avid recreational golfers a chance to play in an environment similar to major tour events – “inside the ropes” for significant prize money – utilizing a proprietary handicap system.

After conducting its first event in June, 2002, CGT followed with 17 tournaments in 2002 and awarded nearly $60,000 in prize money. Significant and sustained growth has occurred in subsequent years in player participation, number of events, and prize money. With over 1200 players in their system, IPT management conducted over 150 events in 2007 within ten state and twelve metropolitan city areas with payouts exceeding $570,000. In 2008, the IPT will conduct 200+ events in fifteen different metro areas, culminating in the Tour Championship at the Horseshoe Bay Marriott Resort in Texas, with the winner taking home $20,000 in GUARANTEED first place prize money!

“The Model that Works” is now being adopted effectively and implemented successfully in multiple cities, with projected expansion into 5-10 new markets each year – including international locations - through a unique licensing rights program. See [] for additional information or contact Bill Conwell at 704.277.3703..

About Stulz Golf Technologies StulzGolf is dedicated to improving the golf experience of golfers at all skill levels by using the most sophisticated technology available. The Stulz Special Edition Driver and the Nano Arrow Tri-Edge shaft conform to the USGA Rules of Golf.

For more information, please visit [], or contact Gary Diehl at 407-599-0356

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Press Release Submitted On: June 09, 2008 at 2:07 am
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