Saturday, August 22, 2020

Breakthrough Golf Technology Stability Putter Shaft Captures a T-3 at the Wyndham Championship

(Richardson, TX) — Breakthrough Golf Technology announces that its Stability putter shaft finished in a tie for third place at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina.  

The player using the BGT Stability putter shaft finished in a third place tie at 18-under par for the tournament held over the past weekend at Sedgefield Country Club.

"Congratulations on a great finish for the player using the BGT Stability putter shaft," says Breakthrough CEO and Founder Barney Adams. "Tour pros on multiple tours are using our Stability putter shaft and are beginning to realize that the BGT putter shaft can make a huge difference in their game."

BGT also had a second place finish over the weekend on the Korn Ferry Tour with Dan McCarthy using the Stability putter shaft.

For 50 years, the putter shaft has not changed. It was a simple steel pipe. But over the years, head designs for putters evolved and have gotten dramatically heavier. This has resulted in shafts that are not stable or strong enough to keep these heavier, advanced putter heads from oscillating. The Stability putter shaft delivers the face more squarely at impact, resulting in improved accuracy, solid feel, a lower launch for a predictable roll, and better distance control.

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