Cure Putters used to capture Top 5 Finishes at the Travelers Championship and Digital Ally Open.
A growing number of Professionals on the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour are choosing to put a Cure Putter into play each week. This past weekend, Cure Putters continued its success on Tour with Top 5 Finishes at the Travelers Championship on the PGA TOUR and the Digital Ally Open on the Web.com TOUR.
Robert Garrigus finished T-5th at the Travelers Championship, held this past weekend at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, CT for his 3rd Top-10 of the season with his Cure CX1 putter. He shot rounds of 67, 67, 68 and 67. Garrigus finished T-4th at the AT&T Byron Nelson, T-8th at the Quicken Loans National and T-11th at the Barbasol Championship earlier this season, and his T-5th Place Finish at the Travelers Championship earned him a paycheck for $231,825.00 and 96 FedEx Cup Points. He’s now earned over $806,000.00 in his last 7 starts since he put a Cure putter into play. Garrigus talked about his success with the Cure CX1 in a recent interview with GolfLife TV.
Eric Axley used a Cure CX1 to shoot rounds of 68, 65, 67 and 65 and finish 19 under par, capturing a T-4th Place Finish at the Digital Ally Open held in Overland, KS on the Web.com Tour. Last week, Axley shot his lowest round in competition, a score of 60 on Saturday with 9 birdies and an Eagle at the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae in Hayward, CA,. He ranked 4th in Putting/GIR for the tournament and finished T-7th. Axley captured his 1st and 2nd Top-10 finishes of the year since putting a Cure putter in his bag just a few weeks ago.
“We’d like to congratulate Robert and Eric on their Top 5 finishes this week and we’re thrilled to have them playing a Cure putter! It’s been incredible to see the success that these guys and so many others have had this year and we're excited to be a part of it," said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters.