Days after making an equipment change to the SuperStroke Pistol GT™ Tour Putter Grip, the newly crowned PGA Champion captured his first career major title at Quail Hollow, with a 68 on Sunday. After testing the SuperStroke grip early during PGA Championship week, he ultimately made the switch – the change paid off. According to PGATOUR.com, “[the new PGA Champion], who ranked 60th in Strokes Gained: Putting for the season coming into the week, was fourth in the field at Quail Hollow (plus 7.228) and made a key birdie on the 17th hole that gave him a two-shot cushion.”
This marks the third major championship won with SuperStroke grips in 2017 and back-to-back PGA Tour wins after the Barracuda Champion took the win last week with a SuperStroke 17” Tour Belly Putter Grip.
“With three majors and 19 tour wins, we’re thrilled with the success that we’ve seen on Tour this year,” said Dean Dingman, SuperStroke President. “Winning has become a weekly expectation here, but to have a player switch to our grip heading into a major event and come out with his first major title is a pretty powerful exclamation mark on an already stellar season. These guys are the true champions, but we’re proud to give them every possible edge with the best product out there.”
SuperStroke has garnered tour-wide support as the number one putter grip in golf and continues to gain momentum as an industry leader in club grips with the support of the Tour’s best, including Jordan Spieth, Sergio Garcia, and Jason Dufner.
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SuperStroke Golf Grips (superstrokeusa.com) is a tour led golf grip innovation company that has set the standard in putter grip technologies with its patented parallel technology and counter core weighting. The company’s golf grip business is growing quickly and has already been adopted by some of the best players in the world. SuperStroke’s pursuit of innovation is a promise of dedication to help lower scores for golfers at every level.