Wixom, MI – SuperStroke – the leading manufacturer of high-performance golf grips – confirms its S-Tech mid-size round rubber club grips were used by Joel Dahmen during his victory at The Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship this past weekend.
The 33-year-old champion relied on the exceptional softness and tack of the popular SuperStroke model on his woods, irons and wedges to record a dramatic one-shot victory. He carded a final round of two-under-par to claim the first TOUR win of his career.
“While our putter grips have been a dominant force on TOUR for years, many of the world’s best have switched to our club grips to gain an advantage from tee to green,” says Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke. “Joel’s win is just the latest example of a world-class player relying on our grips to provide the best possible performance on the course, so they can play their best when it matters most.”
Designed for golfers who demand the ultimate in feedback and control, the S-Tech club grip is constructed using a premium engineered rubber compound that provides just the right amount of softness and tack. The added Cross-Traction surface texture offers incredible non-slip performance in all weather conditions.
One of the most trusted brands on all major tours around the world, SuperStroke’s team of ambassadors includes three-time major champion Jordan Spieth, future hall of famer Sergio Garcia and world-renowned putting coach Phil Kenyon. In addition to the company’s beloved putter grips, SuperStroke offers a full lineup of club grips allowing golfers to experience the benefits of SuperStroke technology in every shot.
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Since launching the first line of oversized putter grips in 2009, SuperStroke’s mission has been to help golfers make every swing and every stroke the best it can possibly be. This commitment to offering high-performing, innovative products has helped SuperStroke users earn more than $500 million on major professional tours around the world, as well as propelling amateurs to shoot their career-low rounds.