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.