Club Tech, Podcast

Why you might want to change your PUTTER SHAFT w/ Barney Adams

Learn the full story behind the new PUTTER SHAFT on the market from Breakthrough Golf Technology as we talk with founder Barney Adams.

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Here’s what Breakthrough Golf Technology says their Stability shaft does…

It limits unwanted movement by stiffening the shaft by 25% without abolishing feel and reducing torque by almost 50%, to deliver the club face squarer at impact. The performance of the shaft was exhaustively tested with hundreds of putters using state-of-the-art high-speed cameras, robots, SAM Putt Lab, Quintic Ball Roll software and Trackman4.

Learn more on their website here.

About Barney Adams

Barney started Adams Golf in 1988. He initially specialized in custom fitted golf clubs; however, the company rapidly expanded after the explosive success of the Tight Lies Fairway Woods. Adams Golf was selected as Manufacturing Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young and the Ernie Sabayrac Award for lifetime contribution to the golf industry by the PGA of America. Barney served as Chairman of the Board of Adams Golf until June 2012 when Taylor Made purchased the company.

Adams remains an avid golfer and is active with two charities, The Ryan Foundation benefiting MPS and Orphan Diseases, and Folds of Honor, which supports military families.

Barney has always had the unique ability to see what is indeed missing in golf equipment. He’s back and active in the golf industry again with Breakthrough Golf Technology after seeing that no significant innovation has been made putter shafts for decades. Barney assembled a team of award-winning engineers, and no shaft company on the planet delivers innovation in golf shafts like Breakthrough Golf Technology.

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