RENENS, SWITZERLAND - TPT Golf earned its first Champions Tour victory this weekend at the Toshiba Classic. The champion used a TPT Golf 16 Series shaft in his driver to secure the one-shot victory at Newport Beach Country Club. The win marks the first Champions Tour victory for the 55-year-old World Golf Hall of Fame Member.
"Congratulations to the winner of the Toshiba Classic on an exciting and important victory," said TPT Golf Director Sebastian Sebayang. "To have a World Golf Hall of Fame Member trust our revolutionary golf shaft technology is a tremendous honor. We set out to innovate the golf shaft industry when we launched our shafts a little more than a year ago, and it's been absolutely thrilling to see the best golfers in the world validate the new standard of performance our shafts can offer."
The win marks a key milestone for TPT Golf. It's the fifth victory for the upstart golf shaft manufacturer in a period of less than five months. To date, TPT Golf has claimed victories on the Champions Tour, PGA Tour, Asian Tour, European Tour and World Golf Championships.
TPT Golf's Five Wins
· March 11, 2018: Toshiba Classic (Champions Tour)
· January 29, 2018: Farmers Insurance Open (PGA Tour)
· December 17, 2017: Indonesian Masters (Asian Tour)
· November 5, 2017: Turkish Airlines Open (European Tour)
· October 29, 2017: WGC-HSBC Champions (World Golf Championships)
TPT Golf's current shaft lineup includes 11 distinct models intended for drivers and fairway woods. Each is created with "Thin-Ply Technology," a revolutionary, automated manufacturing process TPT Golf developed from the ground up to ensure unrivaled consistency and unlock superior performance for golfers of all abilities.
Thin-Ply Technology is patent-pending, robot-driven manufacturing process that allows TPT Golf to independently optimize each shaft design parameter so that golfers can realize improved distance, better accuracy and more consistency. It also creates a perfectly concentric shaft with no seams, allowing TPT Golf to create shafts that are finely tuned to precise specifications time after time.
TPT Golf is the golf division of North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT), a Swiss-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 luxury composite watches (Richard Mille). The record-breaking, solar-powered aircraft "Solar Impulse" also relied on NTPT-produced materials for its epic journey.