ACCRA DYMATCH Article – 2009 PGA Show

By Scott McLeod – Editor FlagStck Magazine (flagstickeditorsdesk.blogspot.com)

Dynamic Possibilities: ACCRA Unveils Their New Shaft Concept

Ten months ago the shaft business was a different place for the principals behind ACCRA golf. By that point it had only been a few years since Canadians Dave Makarucha and Gawain Robertson had taken a distribution deal for a shaft sub-brand and grew it into nothing less than a solid and well-recognized product. Tour and consumer success compelled them to eventually acquire the brand from United Sports Technology, but even with their fresh line of ACCRA AXIV shafts selling well it was no time to rest.

On the PGA Tour, the barometer for golf equipment success, ACCRA was making a strong move. With Robertson working the tee line among the world’s best players they had more than a hundred shafts in play and the wins were piling up, but there was more work to be done.

Most golf companies would have been content with this level of success but the ACCRA gang was on a mission. From the start of their business they had committed to building the best shafts they could, without compromise, and the search for their next product was on. This time though, it was not a new material or simply a design change that had their full attention, it was an entirely new concept for how golf shafts would be fitted, tested, and eventually, purchased.

So it was on a day last March that the idea for the latest ACCRA shaft concept – DYMATCH came to fruition. They will debut this week at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.

“A year ago, we (Premium Golf Management Company) acquired all rights to ACCRA,” Robertson told me recently on cool, snowy day in his hometown of Kingston, Ontario. “With that we also took on all the costs for marketing and running a golf shaft company. Until then we had shared a tour rep with UST so last year one thing we took over was running the tour for our product. So in going out on tour as our own company we were able to get to use the tour for things that were beneficial for the company. One of those is to be able to test products using best players in the world.”

That situation lead to some interesting discoveries. “We got to learn and watch what was going on out on tour and DYMATCH is a direct derivative of what we learned in our first year.”

Robertson said one of his earliest observations on the PGA Tour was just how few players were using the same shaft in their driver as they were in their fairway woods or hybrids. He began to wonder just why was this was the case.

In starting to research the situation they soon discovered that most tour players were using softer-tipped fairway wood shafts than the ones they were using in their drivers. Most players didn’t really know this was the case; they were simply doing it based on performance alone.

The ACCRA team began to look at how golf clubs were designed and the impact it has on shafts. It was fairly easy to see that in a driver the center of gravity was much further from the axis of where the shaft and hosel met than in a fairway wood or hybrid. Thus, to achieve the same feel you actually needed a more stable tip section as the center of gravity moved further away from the axis.

But this was just one factor in the DYMATCH concept, another great concern came from working out on tour. Out there one of the major issues with OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) reps was just how many club heads they would go through to fit a player. Similarly, the same goes for shaft manufacturers and the number of shafts they would burn through to get a player in tune. These are tight economic times after all.

“With us we might get a guy dialled in with an ACCRA XE75 in his driver and you think “Perfect, we’ll give him an 85 for his fairway wood and he will be all set.” But what happens is the OEM ends up building 4 or 5 fairway clubs with different shafts because they don’t know if it will actually work. We started to look at that and wonder how we could fix it. How can we get a player a guaranteed better fit while also making it cheaper and easier to do so on tour? We wanted to develop a product that consistently matched from driver, to fairway, to hybrid, in a series of shafts.”

And this, says Robertson, is where it got interesting. Until now most manufacturers have been designing shafts statically – creating them based on specs and profiles that they want to achieve. Then they take them out and test them. From a base gram weight shaft they usually make a heavier one and a lighter one. That is the simple way of doing it. They assume that because the first shaft worked well that the other ones will work well. They test them and make sure they do as much as possible.

For the DYMATCH they took a very different approach. “When we challenged our engineers on this project we told them that we didn’t care what the specs were, we didn’t want them to hit specs, just make a shaft that worked well. We wanted them to create a 55, 65, and 75 gram “kick-ass driver shaft” with certain general profiles – basically a little more stable tip section and little softer butt section – slightly different from ACCRA shafts of the past but appropriate for the clubs out there today. After we did that we did our normal testing then we did a whole range of dynamic testing.”

For those tests, rather than focusing on the 46 inch uncut, raw shaft they put their attention on a normal length (45 inch) driver shaft fit into a modern, high MOI clubhead and with a grip, just as it would be played. They subjected it to a battery of tests for frequency, EI (Energy Inertia) profile, tip and mid flexes followed by a series of cannon and robot testing. They then used a ballistic camera to measure what happened with the club and shaft as it made contact with a golf ball at different speeds.

With driver measurements in hand they then looked to create a three wood shaft the replicated the dynamics of their driver tests, without concern for the static specifications. “The goal was to not to see that the shaft matched at the full uninstalled length, but to ensure the shaft was working the same in a real golf swing.”

It took twelve different versions to get the first three wood shaft.In designing it “backwards” to create the right dynamic end product, each test was essentially a shot in the dark that got fine tuned with each subsequent trial.

Robertson says he believes that with a greater availability of testing devices like launch monitors that the industry will slowly move more toward dynamic trials like they have been doing.“You already see it out on tour with players finding a ball that suits them and then building their equipment around it. That is opposite of what they used to do.”

He says their live player testing including both amateur and pro golfers but they feel that being able to get shafts that match is even more critical for the non-tour level golfer. “For amateurs you are taking away another variable in their swing. Tour players can adjust but why should you when you don’t have to?”

In the end the man from ACCRA says it is results that matter, not specs. They have created a dynamically matched set of shafts not meant to replace their other products but simply supplementing them. “Every shaft does something different for every player. This product line is not for everyone but for those that it fits, they can choose a driver and be guaranteed that the three wood and hybrid will perform the same. Once you find a driver shaft that works for you, average player, tour player, video, cannon, and strain gauge testing has all told us that the fairway shaft will match and perform with the same feel and launch conditions.”

The DYMATCH shafts provide a slightly lower ball flight than past ACCRA shafts, working well with the low center of gravity/high MOI club heads of today.

There are three lines of DYMATCH shafts, Series #1, #2, and #3, providing different weights and performance characteristics.The shafts start at 45 grams and go up to 98 grams with the lighter shafts providing slightly higher launch angles. They all feature innovative new graphics and paint schemes in the familiar copper, blue, and red ACCRA theme (see photo).

After the unveiling this week at the PGA Merchandise Show the next major milestone for the shafts will be getting them into the bags of tour players at the Northern Trust Open in Los Angeles.A couple weeks after that, likely at the end of February, they will be available to consumers through a network of more than 350 authorized dealers around the world.

Almost a year in development, getting ACCRA DYMATCH to market has been quite the process. “A lot of time and effort has been put into these shafts but I think it worked out very well,” concludes Robertson. We are excited for golfers to be able see what a difference it can make to their golf games.”

ACCRA DYMATCH


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Ron Chalmers Joins ACCRA

 

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ACCRA hires industry veteran Ron Chalmers


PGMC (Kingston Ontario)– ACCRA Premium Golf shafts is excited to announce that an agreement has been finalized with industry veteran Ron Chalmers to aid in all aspects of growing the ACCRA brand and to specialize in international growth to new markets.
 
Mr. Chalmers began his golf career 40 years ago. After several years as a Golf Professional, Mr. Chalmers  began as VP of Manufacturing and design for Sounder Golf, eventually becoming Sounder’s President for 4 years until it was sold. He then became President of Merit Golf where he over saw their growth for 6 years until it was sold.
Mr. Chalmers then moved into the golf shaft industry as Director of Sales Marketing for Brunswick Golf. It is there that he initiated introducing the Rifle golf shaft to the market place. When Brunswick was sold to private investors, Mr. Chalmers became president of FM Precision. It was during this time that FM Precision purchased Royal grips and became Royal Precision. Mr. Chalmers then became Executive VP responsible for production at the Torrington factory. It was during this time that the Project X shaft was introduced. After 12 years with Precision Mr Chalmers retired.
For the past four years, Mr. Chalmers has been a consultant as International Sales Director for Lamkin grips and currently works with Tiger Cub Junior golf clubs as a consultant.
 
“Ron Chalmers has been very influential and committed to clubfitters for years and is certain to help ACCRA open up markets and expand our distribution.” Stated Dave Makarucha (ACCRA/PGMC – Partner) “ His experience is second to none in the golf industry and we are thrilled to have him as part of our team.” Continued Mr. Makarucha.
 
 Mr. Chalmers will be attending the 2009 PGA Show in Orlando with PGMC where he will be available to discuss opportunities with club fitters with regards to ACCRA in international markets. He will also be attending the ACCRA Golf Day at Windermere CC during the show. This is the largest gathering of Premium Club Fitters each year. This year the event will feature a “panel” discussion on the golf industry and how the “fitting” portion of the industry will be affected by the economic climate worldwide.

If you would like to meet Ron, please stop by the ACCRA tent on the indoor range during the PGA Show, or contact PGMC about attending the ACCRA Golf Day at Windermere CC.

“We at ACCRA/PGMC have had the opportunity to know Mr. Chalmers for quite some time now, our relationship with Royal Precision and Lamkin allowed us the insight to understand his position in the industry.” Stated Gawain Robertson (ACCRA/PGMC – Partner) “We are extremely fortunate to have an industry icon now on our team and we know that this will enable us to grow yet stay committed to our long term philosophies that have positioned ACCRA as the technological leader in the industry.” Continued Mr. Robertson


ACCRA Wins Justin Timberlake’s Las Vegas PGA Tournament

ACCRA premium golf shafts wins again at the Justin Timberlake Shriners  Hospitals for Children Open

PGMC (Kingston Ontario)– For the third time in just four weeks a player using a club custom fit with an upgraded ACCRA premium golf shaft has won on the PGA Tour.

Just weeks after a second place finish at the Viking Classic, this NC State grad finished strong, firing a 4 under 68 en route to winning his first PGA Tour event. This victory moved him from 138th on the Tour money list to 75th, ensuring him full exempt status on the 2009 PGA Tour.

Coming from a great lineage of golf sure doesn’t hurt, the JT Champion’s father is a long-time NY club professional, while his grandfather won six PGA Tour titles, Finishing second to Ben Hogan in the 1948 PGA Championship. Within that family, you also have a 15 time PGA Tour winner, including the 1952 PGA Championship, 5 other PGA Tour members and a 2 time US Amateur and British Amateur champion. Not bad!

ACCRA is excited that this deserving champion chose to have his Titleist 906 F2 13 degree 3 wood custom fit with an ACCRA XC 75 shaft.

 

“This is an important time of year for Tour professionals, whether it be fighting to maintain one’s playing status or trying to gain exemptions into the big events of 2009, players are working harder than ever to find the very best equipment to put them over the top” stated Gawain Robertson (ACCRA – Tour representative/Partner) “ We are always excited when a PGA Tour player chooses to custom fit their equipment with ACCRA products, and when success follows we are equally thrilled” continued Robertson.


PGA Tour players using ACCRA premium shafts have racked up almost $40,000,000 in 2008, that has included 6 victories and more than 180 top 20 finishes. This combined with 4 victories on the European Tour has made 2008 a banner year around the world for Touring Professionals trusting their game with ACCRA premium golf shafts.

 

ACCRA is proud to be represented by more than 350 of the very best professional club fitters around the world, each of these fitters also has access to the now extremely popular KBS Tour steel shafts, the highly innovative Kanata Scandium shafts, and UST Golf Shafts. PGMC (ACCRA) is proud to make all of these fine products available through ACCRA professional club fitters. For a list of where you can find any of the excellent products please visit www.accragolf.com and see our dealer listing.

 

ACCRA premium graphite shafts are available through “certified ACCRA Fitters”. For product information or to locate a Certified ACCRA Fitter near you, please visit www.accragolf.com. If you are interested in becoming a dealer, please contact PGMC at (888) 389-3149.

ACCRA shafts are also available as a custom upgrade through the world’s finest golf club manufactures Callaway, Ping, Titleist, Cobra, and Adams.

 ACCRA Shafts are crafted using the highest modulus and most technologically advanced materials available.

ACCRA has challenged Mamiya and UST engineers to “create the best” without any compromises. The recent success of ACCRA’s latest introduction gives remarkable credibility to the technologies utilized in all ACCRA shafts. All ACCRA trademarks are owned by PGMC.

ACCRA wins 4th PGA Tour event in 6 weeks!

PGMC (Kingston Ontario) – In one of the most exciting finishes of the 2008 PGA Tour season a 32 year old from Amarillo TX over came numerous adversities to clinch his second PGA Tour victory with a clutch birdie on the 72nd hole of the Ginn sur Mer Classic. This graduate of Texas A&M relied on TaylorMade 3 and 5 woods custom fit with ACCRA AXIV XE 80 shafts to provide him with unparalleled distance and accuracy to navigate around the difficult Conservatory Course in Palm Coast Florida in blustery conditions.

This TaylorMade staffer has led the Tour in Birdies and Par Breakers for most of the year and certainly relied on his strong fairway wood play to bolster this important statistic. Winning his second PGA Tour event vaulted him into 73 spot on the PGA money list and an invitation to a number of golf’s biggest events.

 ACCRA also placed second in the same event when a 39 year old Henderson State graduate also birdied the final hole to solidify his second 2nd place finish of the season. Hitting 86% of the fairways in those conditions was a major key to his success while using a new Cleveland Launcher that he only recently put in play using the same ACCRA AXIV XT 60 that he has used all year. This has been a wonderful year for this Hope Arizona native whom now stands 31st on the PGA money list.

 ACCRA shafts have now been used to win more than $40,000,000 on the 2008 PGA Tour that has included 6 victories and more than 185 top 20 finishes. This combined with 4 victories and more than 60 top 20 finishes on the European Tour has made 2008 a banner year around the world for Touring Professionals trusting their game with ACCRA premium golf shafts.

 “This has been an incredible run for players relying on ACCRA shafts in 2008. 4 wins in six weeks is just not something that you expect” Stated Gawain Robertson (ACCRA Tour Rep. & Partner PGMC) “ACCRA AXIV shafts have been used by many of the top golfers in the world this season, including 4 Ryder Cuppers, 10 PGA & Euro PGA Tour winners, and more than 100 Tour players worldwide, what a year! I believe this certainly solidifies our position as one of the hottest shafts anywhere, if not the hottest!” continued Mr. Robertson.

 ACCRA shafts are approaching their 5th anniversary and in a short time have proven to be innovators in technology and consistency. The original ACCRA remains popular on Tour and with the serious golfer due to it’s extreme torque to tip deflection ratio. Truly a leader in this “high launch / low spin technology, many shafts have been introduced to compete with this, yet ACCRA remains the leader in this technology. The ACCRA with AXIV Technology, brought an innovative 4 material weave in a single ply to the PGA and Euro Tours along with a shaft designed for the North American and European markets. Other companies have also introduced 4 AXIV weaves since then yet the ACCRA AXIV continues to lead on Tour and with the best Professional Club Fitters in the world.

 “When we set out to create ACCRA, we promised to create the very best shafts on the market, manufactured to the tightest possible tolerances” said Dave Makarucha (Partner – PGMC) “The success we’ve achieved in such a short time with more than 350 of the worlds best club fitters trusting ACCRA and so many top PGA Tour players relying on ACCRA is quite amazing. Our club fitters demand the best, they test everything and will not fit any golfer with shafts and equipment that will not help their game or does not live up to their high expectations of quality”. Continued Mr. Makarucha.

  ACCRA is proud to be represented by more than 350 of the very best professional club fitters around the world, each of these fitters also has access to the now extremely popular KB Tour steel shafts, the highly innovative Kanata Scandium shafts), Lamkin grips and UST Golf Shafts. PGMC (ACCRA) is proud to make all of these fine products available through ACCRA professional club fitters. For a list of where you can find any of the excellent products please visit www.accragolf.com and see our dealer listing.

ACCRA Press Release October 10th 2008 – Turning Stone

 

ACCRA AXIV wins at  the Turning Stone Championship

PGMC – A PGA Tour rookie using an ACCRA premium golf shaft topped a strong PGA Tour field that included 8 different 2008 PGA Tour champions and 6 former Major champions this past week chalking up 2 wins in a row for players using ACCRA shafts.

This Columbia South Carolina native birdied his final two holes to snatch his first victory and the $1,008,000 first prize. On Friday (second round) he switched to a TaylorMade Tour Burner 3 wood, custom fit with an ACCRA AXIV XE 80 golf shaft and continued to rely this combination throughout the weekend.

The 7,482 – yard Atunyote Golf Club at Turning Stone Resort in Verona N.Y. played long and tough in the cool and damp conditions and this 24 year old “bomber” took advantage of his length especially on the tough par 5’s. 

ACCRA shafts have now been used to win more than $36,000,000 on the 2008 PGA Tour that has included 5 victories and more than 180 top 20 finishes. This combined with 4 victories and more than 60 top 20 finishes on the European Tour has made 2008 a banner year around the world for Touring Professionals trusting their game with ACCRA premium golf shafts. 

2 wins in a row is great, but the cool aspect about this victory is that this player switched back to his TaylorMade 3 wood with an ACCRA AXIV shaft after the first round and used it to make some key shots throughout the final two days on his way to victory.” Stated Gawain Robertson (ACCRA Tour Rep.) “ACCRA AXIV shafts provide unparalleled feel and stability even for one of the longest hitters on the PGA Tour” continued Mr. Robertson. 

ACCRA is proud to be represented by more than 350 of the very best professional club fitters around the world, each of these fitters also has access to the now extremely popular KB Tour steel shafts (used by the champion of this past weeks Memorial Tournament), the highly innovative e21 Scandium shafts (as seen on the Golf Channel), Royal grips (Used by the world’s #2 player and 2008 Colonial Champion) and UST Golf Shafts (used by many of the world’s finest players). PGMC (ACCRA) is proud to make all of these fine products available through ACCRA professional club fitters. For a list of where you can find any of the excellent products please visit www.accragolf.com and see our dealer listing. 

ACCRA premium graphite shafts are available through “certified ACCRA Fitters”. For product information or to locate a Certified ACCRA Fitter near you, please visit www.accragolf.com. If you are interested in becoming a dealer, please contact PGMC at (888) 389-3149.

ACCRA shafts are also available as a custom upgrade through the world’s finest golf club manufactures Callaway, Ping, Titleist, Cobra, Adams and Exotics

ACCRA Shafts are crafted using the highest modulus and most technologically advanced materials available.

ACCRA has challenged Mamiya and UST engineers to “create the best” without any compromises. The recent success of ACCRA’s latest introduction gives remarkable credibility to the technologies utilized in all ACCRA shafts. All ACCRA trademarks are owned by PGMC.

ACCRA at the US Open – Video of Tiger practicing on Wednesday

Accra’s presence was quite evident at the 2008 US Open at Torrey pines, with more than 25 shafts in play amoungst the best players in the world. While working with players all week, we took a few moments to enjoy watching Tiger (and his throng of 100 photogaraphers) hit a few balls. 
There are a few interesting notes…..He was notiably limping…..check out the faiway wood shots from the rough, they wer

 

 

ACCRA AXIV wins at the BMW PGA Championship

 

Kingston, Ontario – ACCRA premium golf shafts recorded another victory on the European Tour this past weekend. The famous West Course at Wentworth was the host to one of Europe biggest events, and when it was all said and done the veteran Spaniard known as “the Mechanic” proved to be the best. As the first Tour player to adopt ACCRA AXIV technology in his Ping driver a year ago, he has climbed to #1 on the European Order of Merit with more than 1,300,000 Euros.

A closing 65 powered another long-time ACCRA player to a third place finish in the same event. Giving the ACCRA AXIV XC series of shafts a win and a third at this prestigious event.

 

“ACCRA AXIV shafts have achieved unprecedented success on all Professional Tours around the world since their introduction a year ago” stated Gawain Robertson (ACCRA- Partner and Tour Rep.). “Now with the #1 player on the European Order of Merit along with the #3 player on the PGA Tour using ACCRA AXIV, we couldn’t be more excited” continued Mr. Robertson.

 

“ACCRA AXIV technology enables our engineers to use 4 different modulus of carbon fibers in 4 different directions all in 1 single ply of material. This provides golfers with the ultimate in stability and most importantly feel” said David Makarucha (ACCRA- Partner). “Whether it is the best players in the world or the weekend golfer, this combination enables all levels of golfers to improve distance and accuracy” continued Mr. Makarucha.

 

ACCRA pioneered AXIV technology in the North American and European markets and continues to add new weight categories to this successful line of shafts.

 

All ACCRA shafts are available exclusively through the very best club fitters in the world. “We believe that shafts must be custom fit to ensure that every golfer receives the greatest benefit from their equipment” says Sean Bravakis (ACCRA) “we have selected only the most experienced club fitters to represent our products to ensure every ACCRA and ACCRA AXIV shaft is perfectly fit to each golfer of all abilities” continued Mr. Bravakis.

 

ACCRA premium graphite shafts are available through “certified ACCRA Fitters”. For product information or to locate a Certified ACCRA Fitter near you, please visit www.accragolf.com. If you are interested in becoming a dealer, please contact PGMC at (888) 389-3149.

ACCRA shafts are also available as a custom upgrade through the world’s finest golf club manufactures Callaway, Ping, Titleist, Cobra, and Adams.

 

ACCRA Shafts are crafted using the highest modulus and most technologically advanced materials available.

ACCRA has challenged Mamiya and UST engineers to “create the best” without any compromises. The recent success of ACCRA’s latest introduction gives remarkable credibility to the technologies utilized in all ACCRA shafts. All ACCRA trademarks are owned by PGMC.

 

 

 

ACCRA AXIV places second at 2008 Memorial Tournament

PGMC – ACCRA premium golf shafts posted a second place finish at the 2008 Memorial Tournament in Dublin Ohio. On the difficult Muirfield Village golf course where accuracy is at a premium, a former Masters champion from Sarnia Canada fired a total score of 6 under par to place a close second. He had his TaylorMade 3 wood fitted with an upgraded ACCRA AXIV XE 80 shaft to help provide the accuracy and distance required to mange his game around the severely rolling fairways at Muirfield.

 

ACCRA AXIV shafts also posted a 6th place finish at the same event, continuing a long run of success this season on Professional Tours around the world.

 

“ACCRA and ACCRA AXIV shafts have been used by more than 100 Golf Professionals on all major Tours worldwide proving the value of an upgraded premium shaft.” States Gawain Robertson (ACCRA- Partner and Tour Rep.) “The fact that so many of the best players in the world have chosen ACCRA just give credibility to the performance and design of ACCRA products” continued Mr. Robertson.

 

All this success just highlights an exciting year for ACCRA as introductions of a new ACCRA AXIV hybrid shaft and super light weight ACCRA AXIV XT 50’s recently were introduced.

 

“The most exciting aspect of all this success is the fact that most ACCRA shafts are actually designed for the average golfer” stated Dave Makarucha (PGMC-Partner) “ the fact is that we are extremely strong in the super Light weight segment of the market with the ACCRA T40, ACCRA T50 and recently introduced XT50. These shafts provide all levels of golfers with the technology that is used in a Tour players shaft, but in a weight that allows the amateur golfer to develop greater club head speed without sacrificing accuracy” continued Mr. Makarucha.

 

The use of super high modulus carbon and the addition of AXIV material enables ACCRA to offer all levels of golfers power, stability and most importantly extreme “feel”.

 

“Only a certified ACCRA club fitter can accurately determined which ACCRA shaft is best for each unique golf swing, we certainly recommend that all golfers take the time to get properly fitted to a premium shaft to ensure that they maximize their potential” States Sean Bravakis (PGMC). “ACCRA Certified fitters all use technologically advance methods to ensure that every ACCRA shaft is perfectly fit and installed to maximize launch conditions” continued Mr. Bravakis.

 

ACCRA is proud to be represented by more than 350 of the very best professional club fitters around the world, each of these fitters also has access to the now extremely popular KB Tour steel shafts (used by the champion of this past weeks Memorial Tournament), the highly innovative e21 Scandium shafts (as seen on the Golf Channel), Royal grips (Used by the world’s #2 player and 2008 Colonial Champion) and UST Golf Shafts (used by many of the world’s finest players). PGMC (ACCRA) is proud to make all of these fine products available through ACCRA professional club fitters. For a list of where you can find any of the excellent products please visit www.accragolf.com and see our dealer listing.

 

ACCRA premium graphite shafts are available through “certified ACCRA Fitters”. For product information or to locate a Certified ACCRA Fitter near you, please visit www.accragolf.com. If you are interested in becoming a dealer, please contact PGMC at (888) 389-3149.

ACCRA shafts are also available as a custom upgrade through the world’s finest golf club manufactures Callaway, Ping, Titleist, Cobra, and Adams.

 

ACCRA Shafts are crafted using the highest modulus and most technologically advanced materials available.

ACCRA has challenged Mamiya and UST engineers to “create the best” without any compromises. The recent success of ACCRA’s latest introduction gives remarkable credibility to the technologies utilized in all ACCRA shafts. All ACCRA trademarks are owned by PGMC.