ColdFusion Golf, Inc. Adds New Line of Golf Balls for Cold Weather Use - Company Seeks to Encourage Year-Round Golf Play

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ColdFusion Golf, Inc., a leader in cold weather golf equipment announces a new line of golf balls that maintains performance during the coldest weather.

ColdFusion Golf, Inc., a leader in cold weather golf equipment announces a new line of golf balls that maintains performance during the coldest weather. Unlike normal golf balls, which lose their spin and distance in cold weather, the ColdFusion golf ball come alive and helps restore distance and feel to your game when the weather turn cold. ColdFusion balls were released in the fall of 2010 and cost $24 per dozen or $6 per sleeve. It’s the perfect ball for 60 degrees or less.

“We are please to bring the ColdFusion Golf Ball back this fall after the great feedback we got from players who tried it last year and this spring,” said Curtis Colvin, Director of Research and Development for ColdFusion. “We feel that if you just give a sleeve a chance you will be convinced.”

Golf is not always play in ideal weather or in spring and summer. The ColdFusion golf ball was designed to outperform other golf balls in not-so-perfect conditions. It features CPC technology (Cold Powered Core) with a special ColdFusion ionomer cover, which makes it an excellent ball for cold weather. The balls play like warm weather balls regardless of the time of year that you tee off. They are the perfect solution for both a round of golf or on the putting green.

About ColdFusion Golf, Inc.
ColdFusion Golf, Inc., is the leader in innovative golf products. Founded in September 2009 by Curtis Colvin and John DuBois, the company seeks to provide golfers with cold weather solutions to improve their game. The company’s products are available online at
http://www.coldfusiongolf.com/.

Media Contact:
Curtis Colvin
Director of Research and Development
11301 Penny Rd. Suite E
Cary, NC 27518
919-228-8140

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