Jordan Spieth trusts True Temper in John Deere win
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (July 15, 2013) - The winner of the 2013 John Deere Classic trusted his short game
to Project X for his first PGA TOUR victory. On Sunday, he became the youngest winner on the
in 82 years and the 4th youngest winner in TOUR history.
The champion started Sunday six shots behind the lead, but quickly moved up the leader board with
Project X. He fought off fierce competition in a five-hole playoff to emerge the victor with a 6-
65 in the final round. The win not only made history, but also ensured he has a spot to play in this
week's Open Championship.
"It was pretty incredible to see this young player fight it out on those final five holes for his first
victory and a place in history," said Chad Hall, director of product marketing and global tour
for True Temper Sports. "In fact, Project X not only played a hand in history making on the PGA
this weekend, but the Web.com tour as well. The third place finisher at the Utah Classic shot a
record-breaking final 59 with Project X Graphite Tour Issue in his driver. Both of these awe-inspiring
feats prove once again why the best players in the world turn to Project X time and again."
In addition to the win at the John Deere Classic, all of the Top 10 finishers at the event had shafts
True Temper in the bag.
Truth in Numbers
• The John Deere Classic winner's bag: Project X 6.0
• 123 players in The John Deere Classic field trusted shafts by True Temper
• 21 wins on the 2013 PGA TOUR for shafts by True Temper
• The Utah Classic winner's bag: Dynamic Gold S400
• 115 players in The Utah Classic field trusted shafts by True Temper
Project X shafts feature straight taper and short tip sections that provide maximum energy transfer
with low spin rates required for penetrating iron shots.