Kevin Kisner Wins The Wyndham Championship using a SuperStroke Traxion Tour Grip

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In a wild six-man playoff at the Wyndham Championship, South Carolina-native Kevin Kisner relied on SuperStroke Traxion Tour putter grip, to capture his fourth PGA Tour title. Contested at the beautiful Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, NC., Kisner made a clutch three-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to earn the victory. Throughout the week, Kevin carded three rounds of 66 or better and putted extremely well. With the win, Kisner secured a spot in the FedEx Cup Playoffs for the eighth straight year. The annual season-ending event starts this week at The Northern Trust, which will be played at Liberty National Golf Club in New Jersey.

Beyond his performance at the Wyndham Championship, Kisner has been a picture of consistency on the greens throughout the 2021 PGA Tour season, as he is currently ranked 12th in the Strokes Gained: Putting category. This stat reflects a player’s performance on all putts, by comparing the actual number of putts taken to the expected number of strokes to hole-out, based on the initial distance to the pin. His prowess on the shortgrass has helped him record four top-10 finishes this season. He joins PGA Tour superstars Jordan Spieth and countless others who trust SuperStroke grips each week to help them perform their best. Spieth and Garcia will both be seen at the FedEx Cup playoffs as well, chasing the grand prize of $15 million.

His preferred putter grip model, the Traxion Tour 2.0, is a popular choice among the world’s best, as it features Enhanced Feedback Zones that include “X-shaped” treads in high sensory areas to maximize feel and comfort. Additionally, SuperStrokes’s SPYNE Technology and patented no-taper design help with repeatable hand placement, making it easier to square the club face at impact.

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