25 Sep SST Wraps Up Big Finish to Tour Season
SST PURE Shaft Alignment finished the PGA Tour season at the top of the leaderboards once again.
Which Tour players had their shafts PUREd this season? Consider this:
- Six of the top seven finishers at the Tour Championship had clubs PUREd this year, including the Tour Championship winner.
- The top five FedEx Cup finishers had clubs PUREd this year, including the FedEx Cup winner.
- Three of the top four 2017-2018 Official Money leaders.
They are among the hundreds of players on the PGA Tour who utilize SST PURE Shaft Alignment, golf’s global leader in computerized analysis and alignment of golf shafts. SST staff attends nearly every Tour event, and Tour players can have shafts PUREd on site.
“It has been another incredible year for SST PURE on the PGA TOUR,” SST founder Dick Weiss said. “Technology on the Tour doesn’t last unless it provides a meaningful benefit, and I’m proud to say we have been PUREing clubs on Tour since 2001.”
Using proprietary computer software and sensitive data-acquisition sensors, the SST PURE Shaft Alignment System quickly locates the “neutral” plane in each shaft. By assembling the club with the shaft in this SST PUREd position, off-line twisting and bending during the golf swing and at impact are greatly minimized. The SST PURE system also generates a printout for each shaft, showing its structural and performance analysis.
The SST PURE process works on any shaft regardless of its material; steel, graphite, even boron or thermoplastic sports equipment benefits from the SST PURE process. All shafts contain irregularities in straightness, roundness and stiffness that are inherent to the manufacturing process. These structural inconsistencies can negatively or positively affect a shaft’s performance depending on how the shaft is aligned.
SST PURE is currently licensed by golf club fitters in 21 states in the U.S. and in 14 other countries including Australia, Bahamas, Canada, England, Germany, Holland, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Northern Ireland, Scotland, South Korea, and Switzerland.
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