Winner extends her lead in the Rolex Rankings with the all-new TPT Red Range 19 Hi driver shaft, as well as a pair of TPT Blue Range 18 LKP-MT-SW shafts in her fairway woods
RENENS, SWITZERLAND -- The winner of the LPGA’s CME Group Tour Championship relied on the Swiss precision of TPT shafts to earn the LPGA’s richest prize.
The winner and current World No. 1 extended her lead in the Rolex Rankings with the all-new TPT Red Range 19 Hi driver shaft, as well as a pair of TPT Blue Range 18 LKP-MT-SW shafts in her fairway woods.
“We want to congratulate the champion on yet another outstanding victory,” said TPT Chairman Francois Mordasini. “The world’s best always gravitate to the technologies they know will allow them to play their best, and it’s our great honor to be a part of her success as she dominates the game of women’s golf.”
TPT Red Range shafts are created with Continuous Fiber, the company’s automated golf shaft manufacturing process that sets new standards for precision and performance. Continuous Fiber is a patent-pending manufacturing process that eliminates the inconsistencies found in other carbon fiber shafts that create problems for golfers.
These inconsistencies, known as seams or “spine,” lead to losses in performance and precision that cannot be overcome by other manufacturing methods. In fittings around the world, TPT Red Range shafts have been proven to offer all golfers longer, straighter drives and a tighter dispersion due to their improved axial consistency.
TPT Red Range driver ($600 MSRP) shafts are available at more than 175 Authorized Fitting locations around the world. Golfers can locate their nearest TPT Authorized Fitter here.
Since 2017, TPT shafts have been used to win more than two dozen 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.