After three playoff holes, Will Zalatoris won the St. Jude Classic this past weekend in Memphis at TPC Southwind using a SuperStroke putter grip. This was the first PGA Tour event Zalatoris has won. He beat runner up Sepp Straka in a playoff as shown on the PGA TOUR Facebook.
Zalatoris was able to pull off the win with a bogey on the par-3 11th hole. Notably, ten of the top thirteen finishers at the St. Jude Classic played with SuperStroke grips.
“Will Zalatoris is an exciting player to watch and we commend him for his big win at the St. Jude Classic. It’s an honor that he and several other players chose to play with SuperStroke for this tournament,” shared Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke.
This win puts Zalatoris in the top ten for the first time in the world rankings and moves him into the number one spot in the FedEx Cup, as the St. Jude Classic was the first FedEx Cup playoff event.
Zalatoris has been one of the players to watch ever since he finished as runner up in the 2021 Masters, which led to him being named as PGA Tour Rookie of the Year for the 2020-2021 season. This victory comes as Zalatoris came in second for two more major championships this year at the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open.
SuperStroke putter grips and golf grips are used by professional golfers all over the world, including SuperStroke Ambassadors like Jordan Spieth and Patrick Cantlay. Additionally, Phil Kenyon, the world renowned putting coach, endorses SuperStroke grips for their reliability and consistency, as well as advanced technologies. Offering style perfectly suited to every kind of putting grip style, there’s a SuperStroke grip for every player looking to improve their game and lower their overall score.