SuperStroke Golf came to TPC Sawgrass with high expectations after winning the Zurich Classic 2 weeks ago and from KJ Choi defending his 2011 Players Championship title. 72 holes later, a 4-time PGA Tour winner claims victory at The Players while using a SuperStroke belly grip on his putter.
The University of Georgia Tech grad proved his putting was the difference in the tournament. When he was asked about his biggest shot of the day on Sunday, the player said, “The putt on 16,” referring to his 15-foot birdie conversion to maintain his lead. "That could have changed the whole scenario of how I would have approached and played 18. So I was really excited to drop that birdie on 16. That was big."
The current world #5 finished near the top in the three major putting statistics for the week (2nd in strokes-gained, T5 in putts per round, 5th in putts per GIR) using a SuperStroke Splash belly grip. In the past 5 events, a player using a SuperStroke putting grip has been at or near the top of the putting categories, finishing 1st in putts per round at the RBC Heritage, the Valero Texas Open, and the Wells Fargo Championship and 2nd at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
With 2 wins in the past 3 weeks, SuperStroke putter grip technology has won over $11 million on TOUR in 2012, making it the #1 jumbo putter grips on the PGA Tour.
2012 Total Earnings (to date): $11.3 Million