True Temper rolls to PGA, Web.com tour wins
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Oct. 24, 2012) -- For the third straight weekend, shafts designed and manufactured by True Temper delivered a victory on the PGA TOUR with a win at the McGladrey Classic. The company also celebrated a win at Winn-Dixie Championship, marking the 16th straight win on the Web.com Tour.
Playing Project X in his irons, a former 'Big Break' winner fired an incredible final round 60 at the McGladrey Classic to earn his first PGA Tour victory. He rallied from a seven-stroke deficit on Sunday to overcome a group of front-runners who have collectively had 49 wins, three majors and 17 Ryder Cup teams. On the Web.com Tour, the 23-year-old winner of the Winn-Dixie Championship captured his second victory of the season playing Dynamic Gold. He ranked No. 1 in greens in regulation at the event, and he jumped to third place on the Web.com money list.
"The win at The McGladrey Classic was a terrific story this past weekend. The champion was playing in his 31st event of the year, and he overcame some incredible odds. It was great to see his hard work and perseverance pay off," says Chad Hall, director of product marketing and global tour operations for True Temper Sports. "Our cornerstone brands, Project X and Dynamic Gold, are proven winners time and again as we have seen this 2012 season with an amazing 59 wins between both the PGA and Web.com Tours."
Truth in Numbers:
• McGladrey Classic winner's bag: Project X 6.0
• True Dominance: 107 sets of True Temper shafts in play at the McGladrey Classic. Nearest competitor: 14
• Winn-Dixie Championship winner's bag: Dynamic Gold X100
• True Temper shafts have won 89 tour events on the PGA, European and Web.com Tours this year.
The Number One selling shaft in golf, Dynamic Gold shafts are preferred by skilled players seeking a low, penetrating ball flight. Dynamic Gold features an internal tip reinforcement technology and tighter weight sorting tolerance for precision custom fitting. True Temper's Project X line of shafts feature straight taper and short tip sections that provide maximum energy transfer with low spin rates required for penetrating iron shots.