Softspikes/PrideSports claims 63% of plastic cleat field at the Travelers
BRENTWOOD, Tenn., June 26, 2012 ... Softspikes®, the world's best-selling golf cleat brand and maker of the #1 Cleat in Golf, landed in the winners circle yet again this weekend, winning both The Travelers Championship and the Nationwide Tour Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open. Softspikes/PrideSports claimed 63% of the plastic cleat field at the TPC River Highlands, with 5 out of the top 8 finishers sporting the brand's cleats.
Softspikes' Pulsar cleat proved to be a consistent choice among tour players this week, landing in the top 4 at the PGA, Nationwide, and Champions Tour events, respectively. Pulsar's success has been validated by many players on tour due to its flexible legs, which deliver instant energy return every time that the cleat is compressed. The flexor knuckles placed at the flex point on each of the cleat's eight legs offer more than twice the flexibility of any cleat on the market.
"We're proud to claim close to two-thirds of the plastic cleat field once again this past weekend." said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. "This statistic, although common to us, speaks volumes regarding our products and should not be overlooked."
Softspikes' patented Dynamic Cleat Technology allows its cleats to be responsive to all terrains - Tee Boxes, Fairways, Roughs, Greens, etc - providing confidence on every swing of the club. In other words, longer drives, better iron shots and lower scores. For more information on Softspikes, please visit www.softspikes.com
PrideSports was formed in January 2003 following Pride Manufacturing Company's purchase of Softspikes, Inc., and its sister company Trisport, Ltd. of England. This acquisition essentially formed the world's premier golf accessories company, as Pride and Softspikes are the world's leading golf tee and golf cleat lines, respectively. Today, PrideSports is the world leader in the design and manufacture of cleats, spikes and receptacles for the entire golf footwear industry.