The term “pureing” has been around the game of golf for quite some time. Players will often say that they had their golf shaft pured, and what they are referring to is the SST Pure Shaft Analysis. The SST Pure process is well known across the industry and on the PGA Tour as the leader in shaft alignment technology. If you want to understand more about this process and whether or not it’s a good fit for you, let’s take a look at everything to know.
Benefits of SST Pure Shaft AlignmentThe benefits of SST Pure shaft alignment are relatively straightforward. Golfers, regardless of their handicap level, should be able to . . .
- Hit the ball longer
- Hit straighter golf shots
- Increase consistency of golf shots
How Should A Shaft Be Installed?The details and testing have shown us that when the stiffest part of the golf shaft is installed directly facing the target at setup, this stiff leading edge helps to create stability at impact. The differences here are not enough to make a golfer contemplate switching shaft flexes; simply an intricacy that impacts feel and performance at impact.
Many golfers feel that the golf clubs that are pured feel softer at impact, which likely has to do with a reduction in vibration.
Do PGA Tour Players Use SST Pure?SST Shaft pureing is the standard for PGA Tour players. The technology has been around for close to 20 years, and the number of players finding this to be a benefit increases each week. Although the SST Pure technology can benefit any player, the PGA Tour golfers have more on the line when it comes to consistency or a missed shot.
The SST Pure Shaft Alignment does not stop on the PGA Tour; LPGA, Champions, and Korn Ferry players also use the SST Pure technology.