Chromax Golf celebrates 5th Anniversary

USGA conforming high-visibility, metallic golf balls offer performance and style

Chromax Golf ballsBOULDER, Colo.  – Chromax Golf, manufacturers of the high-visibility, multi-colored golf balls, is proudly celebrating its 5th year in business. The company debuted its M1x and M2x metallic golf ball lines at the 2007 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando and sales have continued to increase each year.

In the five years since their launch, color and technology have proven to be a growing trend on Tour and a marketing success story for retailers desperately needing a boost in sales. In 2011 Srixon launched its Z-Star Tour yellow golf ball for “added visual performance.” TaylorMade’s White R11 and Super Fast Burner 2.0 have both proven to be two of the hottest product launches in years. Ricky Fowler has reinvented the cool factor in fashion forward men’s apparel and his colorful Puma combinations are instantly recognized on Tour and on television.

“We believe the future of color, technology and innovation continues to be very bright,” said Stuart Lin, founder of the Chromax Golf Company and inventor of the Chromax golf ball. “We are extremely proud that when we launched our lines, we were well ahead of today’s popular trend of matching color with technology. Over the past five years we have continued to provide the consumer with a great looking ball that has both instant appeal and great playability.”

The metallic balls are produced in six easy-to-see colors (silver, gold, orange, blue, pink and green) and come in two different finishes and compressions (M1x and M2x) that offer both style and performance. Recently purple was added to the M1x color pallet. The M1x metallic golf ball has a mirror-like finish and a soft compression of 75 for slower swing speeds. The M2x metallic golf ball has a glittering exterior and a standard compression of 85. Both M1x and M2x models conform to the USGA and tournament rules.

The patent-pending reflective finish of Chromax golf balls creates unprecedented visibility in all light conditions with High Visibility Technology allowing golfers to track their ball in flight better and make adjustments to their swing. Its remarkable brightness makes the ball easy to find on wayward shots and sharply reduces lost balls on the course.

The high-energy core of the Chromax golf ball is mixed with titanium powder and molded under high temperatures and extreme pressure for superior durability and elasticity. The poly-resin outer cover offers superior cut resistance, cold temperature flexibility, medium spin rate and a high-energy return. The balls have a patented design of 432 dimples arranged carefully in patterns of varying sizes to create aerodynamic properties that optimize trajectory and spin.

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Chromax Golf is located at 3468 Sunshine Canyon Drive in Boulder, Colo., 80302. The company was launched at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando in 2007. Chromax golf balls have a metallic layer that reflects sunlight like a mirror and its elegant colors add a little character to your game. The 1.52 inch diameter, two-piece core is made of poly-butadiene rubber compound blend and molded to create superior feel, durability and elasticity. For more information about Chromax metallic golf balls or call (303) 219-0868.