Cure Putters announced that in an effort to raise awareness and help find a cure for breast cancer, they are producing a Limited Edition, Pink version of their award winning CX2 putter. Each Pink CX2 will come with a Breast Cancer awareness ribbon engraved on the sole as well as a custom head cover and grip. The Pink CX2 putters are available at select PGA Tour Superstore locations and on the Cure Putters website.
A large portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which is the highest rated breast cancer organization in the United States, providing critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, metastasis and survivorship.
"My wife is a breast cancer survivor, so this is something that is very close to our hearts," said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. "We are honored to introduce the Pink CX2 in October to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and show our support for all those who are fighting this battle every day. Our hope is that in addition to the money we will raise, that we are giving golfers out there another way that they can show support for their loved ones that are battling breast cancer. Anything you can do to make someone smile and lift their spirits in tough times can really have a tremendous impact and help them stay positive."
About Breast Cancer Research Foundation
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BRCF) is a nonprofit organization committed to achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer. They provide critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, metastasis and survivorship.
BCRF is the highest rated breast cancer organization in the U.S. with an A+ rating from Charity Watch and 4 out of 4 stars from Charity Navigator.
Since their founding in 1993 by Evelyn H. Lauder, BCRF has raised more than half a billion dollars for lifesaving research. Through a unique and streamlined grants program, they seek out the brightest minds in science and medicine and give them the necessary resources to pursue their best ideas. As a result, researchers are able to make discoveries and design new approaches to address all aspects of breast cancer-and do so in record time. For more information on BCRF visit bcrfcure.org.
After the successful launch of its Classic Series putter line in select PGA Tour Superstores in Florida, Georgia and Arizona, Cure Putters announced today that eight additional PGA Tour Superstore locations are now carrying the Full line of RX and Classic Series putters.
The full line of Cure putters can now be found in PGA Tour Superstores in New York, New Jersey, Colorado, Minnesota, Schaumburg, IL and all three locations in TX. Cure putters are now prominently displayed on the putting green alongside a custom Cure Putters Staff Bag display with fitting station.
“We are thrilled to have PGA Tour Superstores carrying our full line of Cure putters. We’ve had a great relationship and look forward to continued success working together. We made some tremendous improvements to our putters in 2016 and are very proud of what we’ve accomplished. We’ve seen incredible growth as a company and some great success on the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour this year. Our technology is helping players of all skill levels save strokes on the green and we are very excited that PGA Tour Superstore customers will now be able to test Cure Putters against the competition and see for themselves that our higher MOI design is a game changer!” said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters.
Cure has led the industry in delivering the Highest Moment of Inertia (MOI) in putters since launching in 2014 with the RX1 and RX2. The RX Series has since evolved into the new RX3, RX4 and RX5, featuring a more streamlined look at address and a precision, spiral milled face with 1.5º loft. The 2016 versions have a much better look sound and feel and also have softer edges and a tri-sole to improve performance when putting from off the green. The High MOI design, ranging from 6,400 to 18,000 depending on the model and weights used, 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 and change your setting anytime you wish. Additionally, shafts are interchangeable.
In 2016 Cure also introduced the Classic Series, which delivers the incredible stability and forgiveness of a High MOI mallet in a visually stunning, traditional blade style putter. It’s the best of both worlds. The Classic Series includes two new models: the CX1, a square back blade; and the CX2, a round back blade. These 100% CNC Milled aluminum putters are slightly oversized (5” blade length) with tungsten weight inserts in the heel and toe, plus 42g of weight adjustability via 6 removable weights, providing a simple, traditional look at address, with twice the MOI (stability & forgiveness) of a typical blade!
The CX1 has an adjustable weight range from 334 to 376 grams; with MOI ranging from 6,400 to 7,200 g/cm2. The CX2 can be adjusted from 342 to 384 grams; with MOI ranging from 6,550 to 7,350 g/cm2. Both models are offered in an anodized black or platinum finish.
About PGA TOUR Superstore
PGA TOUR Superstore is operated by Golf & Tennis Pro Shop, Inc., which is headquartered in Roswell, Ga. As the PGA TOUR's exclusive off-course/off-airport retail partner, PGA TOUR Superstore provides customers with access to the same technology and expertise that card-carrying TOUR pros use each week in the TOUR Vans that accompany them. All stores are staffed with teaching professionals and have multiple state-of-the-art swing simulators, practice hitting bays, and large putting greens. There is also an in-house club making and repair facility. Along with equipment and accessories, PGA TOUR Superstore has an unmatched selection of men's, women's and juniors' apparel and footwear. For more information, visit pgatoursuperstore.com.
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 RX Series putter.
All Cure Putters are CNC milled from a solid block of T-6160 Aircraft Grade Aluminum and 100% Made and Assembled in the USA.
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.
Robert Garrigus Shoots Low Round of 62 on Sunday with a Cure CX1 Putter at Barbasol Championship.
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, at the Barbasol Championship in Auburn, Alabama, Robert Garrigus used a Cure Classic Series putter to shoot Sunday’s Lowest Round, a bogey-free 62, and finish T-11th. Garrigus Ranked #1 in Birdies for the tournament with 26 including 9 on Sunday alone.
Garrigus finished T-4th at the AT&T Byron Nelson and T-8th at the Quicken Loans National earlier this season, and his finish at the Barbasol earned him a paycheck for $65,333.00 and 32 FedEx Cup Points. He’s now earned $575,000.00 in his last 5 starts since he put a Cure putter into play.
Garrigus was interviewed by Golf Life Television at the Barracuda Championship in Reno recently and had this to say about Cure Putters (watch video below)
“We’d like to congratulate Robert on another great week and strong finish on Sunday. We’re thrilled to have him rolling a Cure putter and it’s very exciting for us to see his putting stats improve as we follow his success each week on Tour. We wish Robert all the best and can’t wait to see what the rest of the season holds,” said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters.
About Cure Putters
Cure Putters is a golf putter manufacturer based in Flagler Beach, 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 RX Series putter.
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, at the Quicken Loans National in Betheda, MD, Robert Garrigus used a Cure CX Series putter to capture his second Top 10 Finish of the PGA Tour this season.
Garrigus finished T-4th at AT&T Byron Nelson earlier in the year and this past weekend, shot scores of 67 and 69 in his first two rounds at Congressional CC. Garrigus finished T-8 at 8 under par and ranked #4 for Strokes Gained Putting with his Cure CX Series putter. In a post round interview, he said, "It was pretty solid putting wise. I made a fifteen footer for par on 1, a seven footer for par and then a five footer for par on 2 and 3 so that kept the round going. Lately, before Byron Nelson, those weren't going in and it's huge to get those putts."
Watch the full interview on PGATour.com
Garrigus picked up a paycheck for $207,000.00 and 83 FedEx Cup Points for his T-8th Place Finish at the Quicken Loans National and has earned over $487,000.00 in his last three starts since he put a Cure putter into play.
"We'd like to congratulate Robert on his 2nd Top-10 of the season. He's a tremendous player and we're thrilled and honored to have him rolling a Cure Putter," said Jim McCarthy, CEO of Cure Putters. "In the five events he's played since putting it in the bag, he's made every cut and had two Top-10 finishes. You can see he's getting more confident on the green, week after week. We wish Robert all the best and we can't wait to see what the rest of the season holds for him."
Cure Putters continues to gain momentum each week with more and more Tour Professionals making Cure their flatstick of choice. This past weekend on the PGA Tour, a Cure CX1 was used to capture a T-4th Place Finish at the AT&T Byron Nelson. On the LPGA Tour, a Cure RX5 was used to capture Top-10 finishes in 4 of the last 5 events, including the most recent T-5th Place Finish at the Kingsmill Championship. On the PGA LATINOAMÉRICA Tour, a Cure RX3 was used for a T-9th Place Finish this week. Cure also had multiple putters in play at the Regions Tradition on the Champions Tour.
“The momentum we have on tour right now is incredible! We have full time reps on the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour and we have a growing number of players using our putter and seeing great results and better putting stats. It’s great validation that our High MOI technology truly offers better performance to even players at the highest level. We’re creating a lot of buzz and the success we’ve seen on tour over the last few months has driven a tremendous amount of demand in the market both in the US and internationally. It’s a very exciting time for our small company,” said Jim McCarthy, Cure Putters CEO.