Each week more and more Top Professionals from the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour are choosing to put a Cure Putter into play. This past weekend, on the PGA's Champions Tour, Rod Spittle used a Cure CX3 mallet putter to capture aT-6th Place Finish at Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic held at the Fallen Oak GC in Biloxi, MS.
"I've been using a Cure putter since 2014 and it's helped me immensely,” said Spittle. “Last fall I switched from the RX Series to the new Cure CX3 mallet and I've never putted better!" Spittle is currently Ranked 8th in Putting Average on the Champions Tour with a 1.686 average. This is his second Top 10 Finish in just three starts this season. His T-6th Place Finish earned him a paycheck for $54,400.00 and he is currently Ranked 16th on the Charles Schwab Cup Ranking.
"Rod’s off to a great start on the Champions Tour this season," said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. "He’s playing some of the best golf I’ve ever seen him play and he really seems to have the new CX3 putter dialed in. We're extremely proud to have him rolling a Cure putter on Tour and we’re excited to see what the rest of the season brings!"
Cure Putters recently launched their new Trade-In Program, powered by a sleek, web based, equipment appraisal engine that makes it quick and easy to calculate the value of any items you’d like to sell, from clubs to rangefinders and more. Select your items, complete the transaction and print a shipping label in just a few clicks of the mouse. Once you send in your gear, you’ll receive your funds via check or paypal in about 7 days. If you’ve ever tried to sell gear online before, you’ll be amazed how easy and painless the whole process is. You don’t have to upload pictures or write descriptions, no phone calls or emails to answer and most importantly, no haggling over price!
Whether you are a club pro looking to clear out last year’s inventory or part of the golfing population with a garage full of old gear, you can get top dollar for your trades and sell everything at once toward the purchase of a new Cure putter or anything else that catches your eye in Cure’s online store. Cure only requires a purchase of $50 at www.cureputters.com to qualify for the Trade in Program and if your Trade-In value exceeds your purchase, that’s just more cash in your pocket!“We’re very excited about our new Trade-In Program.” said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. “We’ve had some great success since we started this company and we’re always looking for new ways to serve our customers. We get to work with players from the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tours every week and our technology continues to improve their putting. We get messages every day from professionals and amateurs alike, thanking us for making such a great putter and telling us how many strokes they are saving… It’s incredible. We’re passionate about helping players improve and enjoy the game more and our Trade-In Program will allow more golfers to put a Cure Putter in their bag and start making more putts!
Each week more and more Top Professionals from the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour are choosing to put a Cure Putter into play. This past weekend, on the PGA’s Champions Tour, Rod Spittle used a Cure CX3 mallet putter to capture aT-3rd Place Finish at The Chubb Classic held at the Twin Eagles GC in Naples, FL.
Spittle, who’s been playing a Cure RX Series putter since 2014, recently switched to the company’s new CX3 mallet putter which was just introduced at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show in January. Spittle ranked #1 in Putting through the first two rounds of the event and finished 4th in Putts per GIR for the tournament. His T-3rd Place finish earned him a paycheck for $96,000.00. He is currently ranked 18th on the Charles Schwab Cup Ranking.
“We’re thrilled to have Rod Spittle rolling our new CX3 putter and carrying a Cure Putters staff bag on the Champions Tour,” said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. “Rod’s a very talented player and a great ambassador for our brand. We’re just proud to be associated with him!”
About Cure Putters
Cure Putters is a golf putter manufacturer based in Jacksonville, Florida. Guided by the principle that "Form Follows Function", Cure Putters takes a no-nonsense, performance driven approach to putter design. Cure putters all feature an Extremely High MOI design, which is very stable and offers incredible forgiveness for much greater accuracy and distance control, even on extreme mishits. The adjustable weighting system allows a wide range of weight adjustability, allowing the golfer to find the perfect weight to suit their stroke and tempo. With a higher center of gravity, lower loft and deeper face that impacts the ball at the equator, Cure Putters deliver a superior roll - getting the ball rolling sooner, helping it stay on the intended line. Cure Putters' innovative design takes several problematic variables out of the equation and offers incredible forgiveness and control, resulting in a tighter shot dispersion. Golfers of every skill level will putt more consistently, build confidence and achieve better results with a Cure Putter.
Each week more and more Top Professionals from the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour are choosing to put a Cure Putter into play. Today, Cure Putters announced that LPGA player Jaye Marie Green has joined their professional staff.
With a Cure RX Series putter in the bag since June of last year, Jaye won LPGA Q-School for the 2nd time in 2016 when she buried a 20 foot putt on the 90th hole to clinch the victory. Green kicked off the 2017 season with a T24 finish at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic at (-12) with 19 birdies, 1 eagle, and an avg. 28.25 putts per round. In 2011, Jaye Marie Green won the South Atlantic Amateur and was the Runner-Up on the Symetra Tour at the Daytona Beach Invitational. She went on to win LPGA Q-School in 2013 and has been an LPGA Tour Member since 2014.
“I love my Cure putter! It has helped me improve my putting stats and I feel more confident than ever on the green. After winning Q-School, I am off to my best start ever in 2017 and look forward to making more putts this season,” said Green.
“We have a lot of momentum on the Professional Tours right now,” said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. “Jaye is a very talented and exciting player and we are thrilled to have her rolling a Cure putter! We look forward to following her success on the LPGA Tour this season and wish her all the best.”
With the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show just around the corner, Cure Putters reported on its growth and record setting sales in 2016. Cure gained significant traction on Tour in 2016 with putters in play on the PGA, LPGA, Champions Tour, European Tour, Web.com and PGA Tour Latino America. Over 60 Tour professionals put a Cure Putter in play in 2016, resulting in 3 wins and 22 Top 10 finishes. Cure expanded domestic and international business for a 400% increase in total sales in 2016.
“2016 was an incredibly successful year for us,” said CEO of Cure Putters, Jim McCarthy, “Cure Putters has redefined the category of High MOI putters and the golf industry has taken notice. We’re seeing a shift in the industry with more high MOI putters being introduced and we’ve been on the forefront, leading the charge since we launched in 2014. We’ve come a long way since we started and with the feedback of our Tour players and customers we’ve made drastic improvements to the designs of our putters each year, all the while remaining true to our core belief that “form follows function” and that the combination of Extremely High MOI plus a wide range of weight adjustability delivers real, measurable improvement. Player stats and extensive lab testing has proven that our tech works! Like I’ve said before, this isn’t a trend…it’s a Revolution! Our 2017 line up represents our best work to date and we look forward to introducing the latest RX and Classic series putters at the PGA show.”
Cure Putters will be exhibiting in Booth #801 at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show, scheduled for January 25-27th, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida as well as participating in the Demo Day, Tuesday, January 24th at Orange County National.
Cure Putters, “The Fastest Growing Putter on The Champions Tour”, announced today that they will be exhibiting in Booth #801 at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show, scheduled for January 25-27th, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida as well as participating in the Demo Day, Tuesday, January 24th at Orange County National GC.
Cure will be showcasing their new 2017 RX and Classic Series putters, including their new CX3 Mallet. Cure will also be exhibiting a sample of custom offerings that will be made available through their custom shop later in the year.
“We are extremely proud and excited to introduce our 2017 line up at the PGA show,” said Jim McCarthy, Cure CEO. “We have the best R&D team in the business and they are always looking for new ways to raise the bar and we’ve been fortunate to work with a ton of tour players on the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour this year who believe in our technology. We have also tested thousands of amateur players and all of the groups of have given us some valuable feedback which allowed us to fine tune certain aspects of our designs and further expand our offering to meet the needs of a wider range of players. We're thrilled with what has come out of that process and can't wait to share it with the world.”
About the CX3 Classic Series
The CX3 mallet is the newest evolution of the award winning Cure Classic Series line. The CX3 offers a traditional mallet shape with Extremely High MOI and 48g of weight adjustability via 8 removable, 6g weight screws. The CX3 can be set up between 360 - 408g with an impressive MOI of 6,950 - 8,200 g/cm2.
The head is 100% precision milled in the USA from aircraft grade aluminum and has large tungsten weights in the heel and toe, giving the slightly oversized profile a higher MOI than comparable mallets, adding tremendous stability throughout the stroke and incredible forgiveness on mishits. The CX3 is available in both center shafted and heel shafted versions and is face balanced with 2.5° of loft and a spiral milled face that delivers a great feel and excellent roll.
About the 2017 RX Series – RX3, RX4, RX5
The 2017 Cure RX Series has extremely High MOI (up to 18,000 g/cm2), which delivers incredible stability throughout your stroke, helps you square the putter at impact and offers unmatched forgiveness on mishits. This translates to better distance and directional control and improved consistency. Fully customizable with a wide range of both weight and lie adjustability, you can easily dial in the perfect fit and feel to suit your stroke and tempo. The 2017 RX Series features an updated look with new alignment lines and black hardware.
Cure Putters is saddened to report that its Vice President of Tour Operations, Jim Barfield, passed away at his home in Heathrow, Florida on Saturday, December 10th. Barfield had just celebrated his 73rd birthday in November. Barfield leaves behind his wife, Loretta, his four sons and their families, as well as a sister.
Jim Barfield was a key member of the Cure Putters team in his role as the Vice President of Professional Tour Operations. He worked primarily out on the Champions Tour but also helped with the strategic planning and the product road map for the entire company. Prior to joining Cure Putters, Barfield was the CEO of Rife Putters and enjoyed much success there as well.
Prior to his successful business career, Jim was an All-American baseball player at Auburn University and was drafted by the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1964. He still holds the highest career batting average (.385) in Auburn history. Jim played professional baseball for a while and ultimately ended up playing some professional golf as well.
"We would like to thank Jim for all of his contributions to Cure Putters and I would personally like to thank him for his friendship,” said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. “He was a great athlete but an even better man, husband, father, friend and colleague. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.”