MEMPHIS, Tenn. (July 25, 2011) -- Providing dramatic performances on two pro tours this weekend, True Temper's Dynamic Gold and Project X delivered an exciting play-off win at the RBC Canadian Open on the PGA TOUR and a surprise finish at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational.
On the PGA Tour, the 29-year-old champion won the Canadian Open playing Dynamic Gold and Dynamic Gold Spinner shafts. He ranked third in birdies during the tournament, and earned his fourth career PGA TOUR event with shot-after-shot consistency.
The winner of the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational relied on Dynamic Gold in his irons and Project X graphite in his driver to become the third amateur in history, and the second this year, to win a Nationwide Tour event. He also led the field with an impressive 320+ yard driving average.
"This weekend was a great example of how players at all levels of the game trust True Temper shafts to provide tour-winning performance," says Chad Hall, director of product marketing and global tour operations of True Temper Sports. "Shafts by True Temper continue to lead the field - this weekend with 133 sets in play at the Canadian Open - and the winners' circles across the globe. It is exciting for us is to see a strong mix of both our cornerstone brands and our newest technologies played by the best players in the world."
The RBC Canadian Open marked the 27th PGA TOUR win this season for shafts by True Temper, including The Masters, The U.S. Open and The Open Championship.