BlogMediaPenley ET2

Penley – Once Again a Leader in the Golf Shaft Industry

by Golf Gear Select

Not long ago, if you were a serious golfer and somebody mentioned the name Penley, your thoughts probably shifted to that of high end, high quality golf shafts. Or, maybe you thought of the ever-Penley presence at the Long Drive Championships.  Maybe even you thought of John Daly winning the Buick Invitational in 2004 with an ETA in hand.  Well, Penley has once again emerged as a leader in the golf shaft industry with the introduction of the ET2, and there is no looking back.

Carter Penley owns and operates Penley Sports out of San Diego, CA. The Penley name made a huge impact with the the ETA shaft several years ago, and is now gaining significant traction and drawing some serious attention by PGA Tour players with the introduction of his recent ET2 shaft, a significant upgrade from the ETA.

PGA players from the likes of John Daly, Lanny Wadkins, Bart Bryant, Joe Durant, and Vijah Singh, have all used Penley shafts. The last name in particular should draw your attention. Vijah Singh is known to be a perfectionist with his equipment and in fact, is known to change his wedges every week to keep the grooves tight! If Vijah used Penley, you know it had to meet the highest of standards.

Mr. Penley is very excited with the glowing reviews the new ET2 is receiving.  And now, the good news.  You can get your hands on an ET2 by entering and winning a contest being held on November 25th!  Golf Gear Select is an avid supporter of the Penley shaft line so we are helping promote the ET2 shaft, by giving a one away on Wednesday, November 25 at 5:00 p.m. EST.

You can sign up by clicking on the Win a Penley ET2 Shaft! just to the right.

Simply enter your name and email address to get in the contest, nothing more is needed. We will make a random drawing on November 25th. The winner will be able to select the shaft flex of choice.

See Penley Shaft Contest rules for the specifics.

Go to Penley Sports for more information including specs, on the Penley ET2 shaft.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *