MEMPHIS, Tenn. (May 9, 2011) -- Shafts by True Temper Sports scored triple wins this weekend across the PGA, Nationwide and European Tours.
On the PGA TOUR, the 10-year Tour veteran defeated his former Clemson teammate on the first playoff hole to win nearly $1.2 million at the Wells Fargo Championship. Playing Dynamic Gold in his irons, he shot 15-under 273 and became the first player in the tournament’s history to post all four rounds in the 60s. Meanwhile at the Stadion Classic, a University of Georgia senior played Dynamic Gold to become the second only amateur in Nationwide Tour history to win a tournament.
On the European Tour, the Open de España winner was the first player to win with True Temper’s new Dynalite Gold XP iron shafts.
“This weekend’s global tournaments offered some amazing drama, and they clearly demonstrated how True Temper shafts maximize a player’s ability regardless of whether you’re a seasoned Tour veteran or an amateur,” says Scott Hennessy, president and CEO of True Temper Sports. “Our first Dynalite Gold XP win was particularly exciting since we just introduced this product in the past few months. This is a great shaft for any avid golfer who wants extra trajectory and spin performance from his irons.”
The Number One selling shaft in golf, Dynamic Gold is preferred by skilled players seeking a low, penetrating ball flight. True Temper’s new Dynalite Gold XP delivers “xtra” trajectory and spin performance through a more responsive tip section. It is a great design for lower ball hitters seeking maximum peak trajectory.