CLEVELAND
September 27, 2004

CYPRESS, CA... Cleveland Golf continues to be the hottest brand on Tour these days, as the company is in the midst of its most successful season ever on the PGA TOUR. Cleveland Golf has won on the PGA TOUR every week for the past nine consecutive weeks while amassing a total of 16 PGA TOUR victories this season. These 16 PGA TOUR victories by Cleveland Golf staff players are more than double the amount of victories earned by any other golf club manufacturer.

Vijay Singh has certainly been a big part of Cleveland Golf's success in 2004. His victory at the 84 Lumber Classic gave Singh a total of eight PGA TOUR victories for the season. Of the last 16 tournaments Singh has entered, he has won seven times; five of those have been in his last six starts. Singh has led the PGA TOUR money list for most of the 2004 season, but his victory on Sunday earned him the single-year money record with a total of $9,455,566 in 26 events.

Singh is not the only Cleveland Golf staff player having success on the Tour this season. Cleveland staff players Jonathan Kaye, Steve Flesch, David Toms, Rod Pampling, Vaughn Taylor, Woody Austin and Bart Bryant have also contributed to Cleveland GolfÂ’s success by each earning victories on the PGA TOUR in 2004.

"We're definitely having a tremendous amount of success on the PGA TOUR this season," said Greg Hopkins, President/CEO of Cleveland Golf. "We may end up taking a run at Byron Nelson's streak of eleven straight wins and 18 wins in a single season. It may have taken our entire Tour staff to do it, but it's still quite a statement about our players, as well as our equipment."