True Temper - The #1 shaft in golf

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The leading manufacturer of golf shafts

IN THE WORLD,

True Temper Sports is consistently the number one golf shaft on all professional tours globally.
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With manufacturing facilities located throughout the country and offices around the world, we continue to dominate the global marketing share in golf shafts.

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True Temper’s shafts are manufactured in Amory, MS, and are in the bags of more players on the PGA, Web.com, Champions, European and Japan PGA Tours than all other shaft brands combined.

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History

True Temper introduces the new XP Series irons shafts to bring explosive power to any golfer's game.
2014
True Temper’s steel manufacturing facility in Amory, MS makes its 1 billionth golf shaft.
2010
True Temper expands and acquires Royal Precision, adding the Project X brand to the family.
2006
True Temper acquires Grafalloy .
1997
The Dynamic golf shaft brand name celebrates its 50th anniversary in the golf industry and on professional tours.
1991
By the late 1980’s, True Temper has a trailer on the professional tours to help service the players at tournaments. More than 95% of the professional tour players have True Temper golf shafts in their bags.
1980’s
True Temper designs the Iron Byron mechanical golf robot for golf shaft test purposes—the first of its kind!
1967
A young Byron Nelson tests True Temper steel golf shafts. He perfected his swing and won 18 tournaments in 1945.
1945
True Temper reveals public display at golf tournaments during the 1930's to promote steel golf shafts. At this time, most golfers were still using hickory wood shafts in their clubs.
1930's
The combination of several forging companies is formally arranged as the American Fork and Hoe Company in Ohio, and the foundation for True Temper's golf shaft engineering is established.
1902
True Temper's history of golf shaft innovation begins with the combination of several independently owned forging companies with loosely related product lines.
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