We’ve all heard about golf companies taking their product research to a higher level, but this is incredible. Believe it or not, COBRA PUMA GOLF is going to send a research and development team to the International Space Station.
According to a statement released by the company, COBRA PUMA is teaming with the Center for the Advance of Science in Space (CASIS) on a “materials science research investigation.”
Their goal? To boldly research materials aimed at enhancing the company’s future product lines.
“Since we first partnered with CASIS, we have been looking forward to this opportunity — the chance to utilize the International Space Station for out-of-the-box research and concept design,” said COBRA PUMA GOLF President and CEO Bob Philion. “Through this investigation, the research and design team at COBRA PUMA GOLF hopes to gain a better understanding of certain material characteristics that can be used to create some of the most innovative and technologically advanced golf products in the market.”
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The effort obviously fits well in the company’s “cutting edge” persona, which has been established on a foundation of impressive technology coupled with modern designs and appearances.
I think I speak for everyone when I say that we need to see COBRA PUMA GOLF tour staff player Rickie Fowler in a space suit. Just saying.
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