ACCRA driver shaft used to win the RBC Canadian Open
ACCRA Premium Golf Shafts is proud that the 2014 RBC Canadian Open Champion trusted an ACCRA shaft in his Titleist driver.

The North Carolina State grad from Durban, South Africa won the prestigious event carding a 30 on the back nine of the final day. He led the entire field hitting 84% of the fairways for the week. This victory moved him into the top 25 in the FedEx Cup points standings and into this weeks WGC Bridgestone Classic.

In 2013, he was custom fit by Cool Clubs in Scottsdale Arizona to an ACCRA Tour Z ST 55 M4 shaft in his Titleist driver and since that time, he has consistently been in the top 5 of driving accuracy on the PGA Tour. The 4th place finisher leads the PGA Tour in top 10 finishes, ranks 22nd on Tour in driving accuracy and was also professionally fit by Cool Clubs and uses a similar customized ACCRA Tour Z ST 55 M4 shaft in his Bridgestone driver, with different tipping. He also trusts an ACCRA Tour Z LS85 in his Ping G30 3 wood and a DyMatch 2.0 ST-H in his Ping hybrid.

“The Tour Z ST 55 continues to win on Tour, proving once again that ACCRA produces the most stable and consistent super lightweight shafts in the industry,” said Ron Graham, ACCRA PGA Tour Rep. “On tour we see players testing different lightweight shafts but usually return to traditionally weighted products. The ACCRA Tour Z ST 55 and recently added, ACCRA CS1 50, have changed players' outlook on lightweight shafts. These shafts offer all the strength of a 65-70 gram shaft with the speed of 50-55 grams.” continued Graham.