Breakthrough Golf Technology Stability Putter Shaft Captures a Tie for Third Place at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour

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Breakthrough Golf Technology Stability Putter Shaft Captures a Tie for Third Place at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour

 

                       

  

   

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

August 18, 2020

Breakthrough Golf Technology Stability Putter Shaft Captures a Tie for Third Place at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour

 

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.

 

  

About Breakthrough Golf Technology

 

In a suburb of Dallas Texas lies a new golf shaft company with 100 years of experience. The state-of-the-art facility utilizes the latest technology to develop and bring to market the finest, most precise shafts available. Founder Barney Adams, who has always had the unique ability to see what is truly missing in Golf equipment, decided to focus on the putter shafts since there had been no significant innovation for decades. A team of award-winning engineers was assembled and no shaft company on the planet delivers innovation in golf shafts like Breakthrough Golf Technology.

 

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For more information and photos contact Mary Beth Lacy at:

Email:[email protected]

Phone: (760) 346-6942

Breakthrough Golf Technology website: breakthroughgolftech.com 

 

  

 

 

 
DON
BGT has a new version of

BGT has a new version of their unlra LOW torque and supper stiff putter shaft out. It's designed a little more for the Tour players, using ideas they put forward after using the first model. Torque is ONLY 1 degree, which is supper low. Most X stiff iron shafts are around 1.8, so I.0 is really low torque. I have TWO Odyssey Dart putters so my plan is to install the new Tour version in one of them and then compare the two Dart putters with the ONLy difference being the shafts. Will make for a good fair test and I'll let you all know what happens when the shaft gets here and I get to test it on the practice green neat me. 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

DON
BGT Wins Lincoln Land Championship on Korn Ferry Tour

 

                       

  

   

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

September 8, 2020

Breakthrough Golf Technology Wins Lincoln Land Championship on Korn Ferry Tour

 

    

Richardson, TX -- Breakthrough Golf Technology announces that its Stability Tour putter shaft scored a win at the Lincoln Land Championship.

 

Australian Brett Drewitt celebrated his first victory in his 116th career start on Sunday at the Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS in Springfield, Illinois. At 19-under 265, Drewitt edged three players by one stroke. In the end, he carded five birdies and two bogeys on Sunday for a closing 3-under 68. Drewitt lead the field this week with total of 107 putts, including 25 in the final round.

 

"Congratulations to Brett Drewitt on his great finish and first victory using the BGT Stability Tour putter shaft," says Breakthrough CEO and Founder Barney Adams. "Tour pros continue to realize how our Stability putter shaft can make a huge difference in their game. We are seeing more and more positive results from all of the professional tours."

 

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.

 

The Stability Tour shaft is designed with BGT's patented Advanced Materials Technology, a scientifically proven platform which delivers the face square at impact. This results in a lower launch for predictable roll and better distance control.

 

  

About Breakthrough Golf Technology

 

In a suburb of Dallas Texas lies a new golf shaft company with 100 years of experience. The state-of-the-art facility utilizes the latest technology to develop and bring to market the finest, most precise shafts available. Founder Barney Adams, who has always had the unique ability to see what is truly missing in Golf equipment, decided to focus on the putter shafts since there had been no significant innovation for decades. A team of award-winning engineers was assembled and no shaft company on the planet delivers innovation in golf shafts like Breakthrough Golf Technology.

 

                                                                         # # # # #

 

For more information and photos contact Mary Beth Lacy at:

Email:[email protected]

Phone: (760) 346-6942

Breakthrough Golf Technology website: breakthroughgolftech.com 

 

  

 

 

 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

Scott Rushing
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so Don...does the torque

so Don...does the torque rating mean this is going to feel very stiff..like no flex?  honestly not sure how my current putter feels in that way some I haven't paid too much attention but it seems fine. How do you think this would be for non-pro's?

 

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DON
Hi Scott;

Hi Scott;

I don't think the low torque is going to make the shaft feel that much stiffer than a normal steel putter shaft. Steel putter shafts are already pretty stiff and the torque of a S flex steel shaft will be 1.9 or less. So this one being 1.0 is only going to lower the amount of twisting you might get with off center hits. My plan is to get out this week to try the two putters side by side and see what if anything I can see or feel as being different. Supposed to give a golfer less off line putters with off center hits and better club face square to the target line than the factory steel shaft. That's the BGT claim at least so I'll see what I get on the practice green. IF I get the ball to roll more online than with the steel shaft I'll be surprised but HAPPY to see it. I'll get back with you soon. 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

DON
FIRST test for BGT shaft

I went to the course to test the BGT putter shaft side by side with another putter with the factory steel shaft, SAME putter exactly except for the shaft. I stroke 10 balls from 45 feet away, down hill with a 3 foot break to the right. First I use the steel shaft putter, then 10 balls with the BGT shaft putter, Did that again for a total of 40 putts with each putter. 

To be honest, I didn't see any difference in how well I putted the balls. I DID improve with BOTH shafts as I went thru the drill. Mostly that was due to NOT doing ANY putting practice in over a year. Putting DOWN hill meant I was just striking the ball very lightly, so that might have been a factor to think about. As for FEEL, I really did NOT notice ANY differenct at all. Maybe if I was hitting longer putts UP hill on slower green, I might have noticed a difference. I plan to get out again Monday and try stroking putts UP hill and on a hole with NO break to see if I can stroke MORE online with the BGT shaft putter or not. Again, with the harder stroke needed for up hill putts, that may tell me something I didn't see or feel with the light strokes I was using for the down hill breaking putts. Will get back to you after a second test session. 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.