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WIXOM, MICHIGAN — Justin Thomas rolled to victory at The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges for the second time in three years with a SuperStroke Traxion Pistol GT Tour putter grip. The victory marks the 11th career PGA Tour win for Thomas, as well as his second victory in 2019 with his trusted SuperStroke putter grip.

“Congratulations to Justin Thomas on a well-deserved victory in South Korea,” said CEO Dean Dingman. “We are excited to have been a part of this win and wish him continued success in the 2020 season.”

Thomas’ SuperStroke putter grip, the Traxion Pistol GT, is a modern take on a beloved classic. It merges a pistol-style top section that helps golfers lock in their upper hand position with “No Taper Technology” to improve their ability to maintain even grip pressure and boost the consistency of their stroke.

The grip is available in three sizes: Pistol GT Tour (Thomas’ choice), Pistol GT 1.0, and Pistol GT 2.0. The Pistol GT Tour offers the most compact shape and is often preferred by better golfers.

Like all SuperStroke Traxion putter grips, Pistol GT offers Traxion Control, an advanced surface texture that boosts responsiveness. Its design strategically places “X-shaped treads” in “Traxion Zones” throughout the grip, amplifying feedback in the areas where the sensitive parts of a golfer’s hands contact the grip surface.

Traxion Series grips also feature SuperStroke’s new Spyne Technology, a heavily embossed ridge on the underside of the grips. Spyne Technology functions as a reminder that guides golfers to repeatable hand placement.