(WIXOM, MI) – SuperStroke – the leading manufacturer of high-performance golf grips – confirms its Flatso 1.0 putter grip was used by Patrick Cantlay during his playoff victory at the BMW Championship this past weekend.
The 29-year-old champion relied on the exceptional feel and stability of the popular SuperStroke model to record one of the greatest putting performances in PGA TOUR history, gaining more than 14.5 strokes putting against the rest of the field. Cantlay made over 537 feet of putts across four rounds and drained a 17-footer on the sixth playoff hole to capture his fifth career win and jump to the top of the FedExCup rankings heading into the Tour Championship.
“The display of putting that Patrick put on this weekend was truly remarkable,” says Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke. “We are happy that SuperStroke could play a part as Patrick etched his name into this history books.”
Featuring a distinct pentagonal profile with a wide, flat front grip shape with five pronounced edges, the Traxion Flatso offers incredible stability, feel and feedback.
One of the most trusted brands on all major tours around the world, SuperStroke’s team of ambassadors includes three-time major champion Jordan Spieth, future hall of famer Sergio Garcia and world-renowned putting coach Phil Kenyon. In addition to the company’s beloved putter grips, SuperStroke offers a full lineup of club grips allowing golfers to experience the benefits of SuperStroke technology in every shot.
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Since launching the first line of oversized putter grips in 2009, SuperStroke’s mission has been to help golfers make every swing and every stroke the best it can possibly be. This commitment to offering high-performing, innovative products has helped SuperStroke users earn more than $500 million on major professional tours around the world, as well as propelling amateurs to shoot their career-low rounds.