MARLBOROUGH, Mass. (Jan. 10, 2013) -- CHAMP/MacNeill Engineering Worldwide - The World Leader in Sport Cleat Technology® and maker of innovative CHAMP spikes, high-performance golf tees and accessories - confirms the majority of the field, including six top-10 finishers at the PGA Tour's Hyundai Tournament of Champions relied on its renowned spikes, according to Darrell Survey.
Results from this tournament, contested at the Plantation Course at Kapalua in Maui, HI, continue the trend of the world's top players selecting CHAMP spikes, which have been used by 30 of the last 40 major winners.
"With the start of the new season, we're picking up right where we left off as more players in this champions-only event selected our spikes over all competitors," says Harris MacNeill, President and CEO of CHAMP/MacNeill Engineering Worldwide. "CHAMP's technologically advanced spikes are helping professionals and amateurs around the globe achieve their potential on the course by ensuring maximum traction, stability and comfort."
The #1 Brand on Tour®, CHAMP spikes are trusted by countless professionals on all major tours worldwide. In addition, the company is the official spike brand of Long Drivers of America and its ScorpionSTINGER™ model was recently used by the open and senior division winners at the 2012 RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship, Ryan Winther and Eric Lastowka.
Beyond the cleat category, the company offers a wide range of products, including the MyHite Zarma FLYtee™. Drawing from MacNeill Engineering's unrivalled 80-year heritage, the FLYtee line has quickly become one of the most-used tees by leading professionals worldwide. Made with extremely durable materials, its six-pronged head and shallow cup reduces friction, increases distance and improves accuracy.
With more than 100 active distributors, CHAMP is the world's largest manufacturer of replaceable spikes. The company produces more than 140 million spikes annually and is the dominant global brand in football, soccer, golf, baseball, cricket, rugby and other sports.