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!"