RENENS, SWITZERLAND -- The second-place finisher at the PGA Tour’s AT&T Byron Nelson trusted a TPT 15 Series Prototype Driver Shaft. This top finish adds to TPT’s growing list of 2021 achievements, including wins on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, and Korean LPGA in the month of May.
“We want to congratulate the second-place finisher at the AT&T Byron Nelson on another outstanding performance with his TPT Driver Shaft,” said TPT Chairman Francois Mordasini. “Every week we’re seeing more tour players make the switch to the Swiss precision of TPT Driver and Fairway Wood Shafts. It’s clear that tour players are taking notice of what Continuous Fiber can do for their performance.”
TPT’s Red Range Driver shafts are the only golf shafts with Continuous Fiber, an automated manufacturing process that continuously wraps carbon fiber around the shaft to remove the inconsistencies present in conventional shafts. The Swiss-engineered process offers golfers the highest possible level of precision in a golf shaft, allowing them to fully maximize their performance, feel, and consistency.
The Red Range Driver Shafts and all-new Red Range Fairway Wood (both $600 USD MSRP) are available at more than 180 Authorized Fitters around the world. To locate a TPT Authorized Fitter near you, visit tptgolf.com/get-fit/.
Club Fitters interested in carrying TPT shafts can learn more by visiting tptgolf.com/become-a-fitter/.
Since 2016, TPT shafts have been used to win 30 tournaments on 13 leading tours, including the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, European Tour, and Champions Tour. TPT shafts have also been used to win an LPGA Major Championship and a World Golf Championship (WGC)
TPT is the golf division of North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT), a Switzerland-based technology and composites company with a track record of delivering innovative solutions for high-performance industries.
The company’s portfolio of advancements includes developing a process for producing America's Cup yacht sails, as well as lightweight bodywork of F1 race cars, skis, and snowboards. It has also created the materials technology found in satellites and Richard Mille luxury composite watches. The record-breaking, solar-powered aircraft "Solar Impulse" also relied on NTPT-produced materials for its epic journey.