So how is your putter doing? Following is roundup of recent successes on tour:
On the PGA Tour, the YES! Dianna finished third and the Sophia putter finished tied for eighth at the Verizon Heritage in an unusual Monday finish because of high winds on Sunday. Battling similar wind conditions on the LPGA Tour, Laura Davies finished third at the Ginn Open in Reunion, Fla using a YES! Victoria II putter. YES! also finished second in the putter count on the LPGA Tour with 28 putters in play.
SeeMore Putter Company sustained its momentum at the Verizon Classic with impressive top 10 finishes by Masters Champion Zach Johnson and Vaughn Taylor. Taylor finished fourth with an impressive 1.556 putts per GIR with an outstanding 1.375 in the final round. He jumped nine spots on the money list to 22nd from 31st this week. Taylor finished in the top 10 in only his second Masters last week. Johnson followed up his stunning Masters victory with a sixth place finish at Harbourtown. He is now in fourth place on the money list jumping from eighth place. Both are in the top 20 in Tour putting statistics.
Rife Putters found success on the LPGA Tour this past weekend in Orlando, Florida with a T-4th and a T-6th Place Finish at The Ginn Open. Prior to making the switch to a Rife putter at the Ginn Open, the T-4th Place Finisher’s best showing this season was a 60th Place Finish. She decided to make the switch to Rife’s Aussie Blade putter and it immediately landed her in the Top 5, earning a paycheck for $118,370.00.This week’s T-6th Place Finisher at the Ginn Open used her Rife 2 Bar Mallet putter to earn her 2nd Top Ten Finish of the 2007 season and a paycheck for $79,340.00.