Ryan Brehm Wins the Puerto Rico Open with a SuperStroke WristLock Putter Grip

Ryan Brehm Wins the Puerto Rico Open with a SuperStroke WristLock Putter Grip

The 2022 Puerto Rico Open finished on Sunday with Ryan Brehm clinching the win using a SuperStroke WristLock putting grip. This was Ryan Brehm’s first-ever PGA Tour win.

Ryan Brehm found his form when he needed it most coming into the tournament needing to win or finish solo second to maintain his PGA Tour status. Over the fist 54 holes, Brehm maintained a steady three-stroke lead, before shooting a final-round 67 to finish at 20-under-par and claim a 6-stroke victory. This win came in Brehm’s 68th start and has earned him an invitation to the Players Championship this week in Florida.

“This was a very important win for Ryan Brehm and a victory he should celebrate. This win is also a testament to the fact that you can always count on SuperStroke in the moments on the course when you need it the most, as illustrated by this excellent performance by Ryan Brehm,” shared Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke.

What makes the WristLock Putter Grip particularly unique is the way it’s specifically engineered to “lock” the upper wrist in place to keep the wrist steady and prevent unwanted motion during a putt. This contributes to greater consistency and control over the motion of the stroke. It’s appropriate for left- and right-handed golfers and fits any number of putting grip styles.

SuperStroke grips are favorites among Tour players who consistently depend on them in the most important moments on the course. Many of the world’s best golfers, like three-time major champion Jordan Spieth and world-renowned putting expert and coach Phil Kenyon, all proudly recommend SuperStroke grips as SuperStroke Ambassadors. Any golfer looking for a reliable putter grip that supports and amplifies the skill and technique of the golfer can rely on the best-in-class technology of SuperStroke golf grips.

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