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Pinnacle brings colourful Bling to the tee
October 12, 2012

The new Pinnacle Bling golf balls deliver long distance and soft feel on all shots in four new, vibrant colour options, providing ultra-high visibility against the shades of green golfers experience during a round of golf.

Golfers who appreciate the powerful distance and sharp short-game control of Pinnacle golf balls can now stand out from the crowd by playing a brighter, bolder style of the new Pinnacle Bling golf balls. Each dozen Pinnacle Bling golf balls features four different High Optix colours - orange, yellow, pink and violet – whilst providing the same outstanding performance benefits that define the Pinnacle golf ball family.

Pinnacle Bling golf balls have a high-energy core and soft cover to deliver long distance with a consistent ball flight for better carry, whilst maintaining a soft feel on all shots, especially with finesse shots around the green.

The High Optix colours used for the new Bling line-up have been specially designed by the Pinnacle research team to provide ultra-high visibility against the varying shades of green that golfers experience during every round, withthe orange, pink and violet colours being new additions, exclusive to Bling balls, while the High Optix yellow is also available in the brand’s flagship Pinnacle Gold golf balls.

New Pinnacle Bling performance:
• Long distance on all shots
• Soft feel on all shots
• Consistent ball flight for better carry
• Short game control for finesses around the greens

Technology Features:
• Large, high-velocity, soft compression core
• Soft, ionomer cover blend
• A 332 spherical icosahedral dimple design in seven different sizes

The Pinnacle Bling dozen packs include 3-ball sleeves of High Optix orange (numbered 1), yellow (2), pink (3) and violet (4) golf balls.

“Pinnacle Bling golf balls offer a unique and exciting preference option without sacrificing the extra distance and great feel that Pinnacle golf ball players rely on,” said Michael Mahoney, Director of Golf Ball Product Management, Acushnet Company. “Bling provides the same excellent performance, quality and value of our Pinnacle Gold models, but in four bright colour choices.”

Pinnacle manufactures Bling and all of its Pinnacle Gold models in the Acushnet Company’s own world-class manufacturing facilities, ensuring the highest quality and consistency from sleeve to sleeve and ball to ball.

The Pinnacle Bling dozen packs are available from Friday 12th October, with a suggested retail price of £14.





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