Below are some of the professionals, who have had their Clubs PUREd® since 2020, either at the direct request of themselves, their clubmakers, OEM's, shaft manufacturers or representatives.
Bo Van Pelt
Byeong Hun An
Charles Howell III
Davis Love III
Erik Van Rooyen
Harold Varner III
Richard S. Johnson
Si Woo Kim
Sir Nick Faldo
Tommy Armour III
The patented PURE Shaft Alignment System is by far the favorite technology of its kind on tour. Pros who PURE their shafts benefit from greater consistency, accuracy and distance. It’s a winning feeling amateurs appreciate as well. Now Available at eGolf Megastore Al Quoz. *Manufacturer restrictions apply on Ping and Titleist.
eGolf Megastore offers SST PUREing on new shafts, as well as retro PUREing on already built clubs or sets. PUREing starts at AED 150 club for new shafts and AED 220 per club retro PUREing, where the club or set will need to be disassembled and reassembled back into the clubhead in the PURE position.
SST PURE Shaft Alignment is the golf industry’s leading method of using computer analysis to examine the structure of any golf shaft and align it in its most stable position.
SST PURE is an acronym for: Strategic Shaft Technologies, Plane of Uniform REpeatability. SST PURE is a registered trademark of Strategic Shaft Technologies, LLC, its global licensees
Over $2 billion has been made on the PGA Tour by players who have SST PUREd their shafts for consistency, accuracy and distance.An SST PUREing machine
When a shaft “kicks” forward immediately prior to impact it is important that the shaft does not oscillate up and down. Aligning SST PURE’s Principal Planar Oscillation Plane (PPOP)
The PPOP occurs because of variations of stiffness around the circumference of a shaft as well as variations in a shaft’s straightness. Most shafts have two or more POPs.
The United States Golf Association has acknowledged that shaft manufacturers do not have the ability to produce shafts that are uniformly round or straight
Since Strategic Shaft Technologies convinced the USGA to overturn its ruling against shaft alignment in 1999, the industry became flooded with devices