RX Series Putters


Golf Digest Features Cure RXi

March 05, 2015

A year ago, former PGA Tour Commissioner Deane Beman was at the PGA Merchandise Show extolling the virtues of Cure's RX putters and their "triangulation alignment system." It would have been easy to dismiss the product as another Hail Mary attempt in the golf business, but now the company has expanded its line to include the RXi, with a technology story worth exploring. Staying true to its concept of trying to produce mallet-like stability in a blade-style head, the RXi ($300) goes beyond that with an interchangeable face-insert that can alter the putter's overall weight and moment of inertia. Depending on whether you're using the aluminum or brass face insert, the putter's weight can vary from 345grams to 410 grams,... Continue Reading →

Rod Spittle - 18 Birdies & Top 10 Finish at the Allianz Championship

February 09, 2015

Rod Spittle, who led the Allianz Championship early in the final round, used his Cure RX Series putter to capture a T-9th Place Finish and collect a check for $45,900.00. Spittle ranked 2nd in Birdies with 18 at the event and had 23 One Putts over the 54 Holes of the tournament (a 42.59% Average). “My Cure RX Series putter is the most stable putter I have ever used,” said Spittle, “and my putting stats have improved dramatically – I’m saving over 2 strokes per event since I put it in the bag!” Champions Tour Player, Dana Quigley switched to a Cure RX Series putter recently and has seen a big improvement in his putting as well. Quigley ranked 2nd... Continue Reading →



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