TPT Golf launches 20 Series, designed for players with slower swing speeds

TPT Golf launches 20 Series, designed for players with slower swing speeds

TPT Golf has caught the attention of golfers with their high-end machine-rolled aftermarket shafts.

The shafts have been on the clubs of winners of pro golf events around the world, while the Swiss company, whose parent company's roots are in building parts for competitive sailing, refines their production techniques and rounds out their offerings.

The newest offering from TPT Golf is the 20 Series, designed for players with slower swing speeds that typically don't get the same level of attention from aftermarket shaft makers as those on the faster end of the spectrum.

“Our goal at TPT Golf from the start was to ensure that golfers of all abilities had access to the best technology and the highest level of performance," said TPT Golf Director Sebastian Sebayang. "The 20 Series gets us a step closer to our goal.”

The 20 Series is constructed using TPT's Thin-Ply Winding method, which uses machinery and robotics to take humans out of the shaft-making process with the idea of delivering more consistent production and better end-user results.

TPT classifies their shafts based on kick-point position, torque and weight. The 20 Series sports shafts with a Low kick-point, Mid torque and Standard weight, and it's recommended for golfers with driver swing speeds between 60-90 mph. TPT Golf shafts are sold through fitters, with some 200 authorized fitters around the world.

The shaft will initially run with 143 of them featuring an Evian Pink label in recognition of TPT Golf's partnership with Evian and the Evian Resort Golf Club in France, home to The Evian Championship, a major on the LPGA Tour. TPT Golf uses the facility for on-course testing of their designs.

The TPT Golf 20 Series shafts will be available for $500 each.

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