WIXOM, MICHIGAN — Jim Herman earned his second PGA Tour win with SuperStroke’s new Traxion Pistol GT Tour putter grip at the Barbasol Championship, where four of the top-10 finishers were using SuperStroke putter grips.
“Congratulations to Jim on his return to the winner’s circle,” said SuperStroke CEO Dean Dingman. “To shoot 26-under par and only win by one shot — that shows how many putts were dropping this week at Keene Trace. It’s great to see the winner and so many of the top finishers choosing SuperStroke technology.”
Across the Atlantic, SuperStroke’s Traxion Pistol GT 1.0 earned a major victory. Shane Lowry trusted the grip to claim The Open Championship at Royal Portrush.
SuperStroke Traxion Series putter grips are created with Traxion Control, an advanced surface texture that boosts responsiveness. Its design strategically places “X-shaped treads” in “Traxion Zones” throughout the grip, amplifying feedback in the areas where the sensitive parts of a golfer’s hands contact the grip surface.
Traxion Series grips also feature SuperStroke’s new Spyne Technology, a heavily embossed ridge on the underside of the grips. Spyne Technology functions as a reminder that guides golfers to repeatable hand placement.
Traxion Series putter grips ($29.99 USD each) are available in 15 distinct models including the new Traxion CLAW 2.0, which was created specifically to accommodate the many variations of the fast-growing Claw grip.
In 2009, SuperStroke changed putter grips forever with an innovative line of grips featuring its patented “No Taper Technology.” The company has since earned a commanding lead as the No. 1 Putter Grip in Golf and the undisputed putter grip technology leader.
SuperStroke’s current lineup includes performance-driven swing and putter grips that are trusted by major champions Jordan Spieth, Jason Dufner, and hundreds of other professional golfers around the world.
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