On Sunday, Jordan Spieth clinched the win at RBC Heritage using SuperStroke’s Traxion Flatso 1.0 putter grip. As a SuperStroke Ambassador, the SuperStroke Traxion Flatso 1.0 has been a winning putter grip for Jordan Spieth as he’s used it in several victories throughout his career. The win at Hilton Head this week is his 13th PGA Tour title.
This win at RBC Heritage is the first of the season for Spieth. He shot a final-round five-under 66, which included two eagles in the first five holes, and narrowly beat fellow SuperStroke Ambassador Patrick Cantlay with a tap-in par. (SuperStroke’s Flatso 1.0 is also Patrick Cantlay’s putter grip on tour).
“It’s always a pleasure to watch someone like Jordan Spieth pull off a well-deserved victory like this one. Patrick’s performance, too, was hard-fought, and overall it was thrilling to watch these two talented players go head-to-head,” said Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke. “It’s moments like this that highlight the perseverance and determination in players who choose a SuperStroke grip.”
Jordan Spieth has played the RBC Heritage three times since 2015 and this week marks his first victory there. This is the second top-ten finish for Spieth in the 2021-2022 season after he finished 2nd at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
SuperStroke is the most popular putter grip on the PGA Tour and the choice of top players like Jordan Spieth, , Patrick Cantlay and Sungjae Im, as well as world-renowned putting coach Phil Kenyon. With putter grips designed for every kind of player and putting grip style, there’s a SuperStroke grip that’s been innovated for every player looking to get the most out of their grip and sink more winning putts.
Jordan Spieth Putter Grip Quick Facts:
What putter grip does Jordan Spieth use?
Jordan Spieth’s putter grip is the Flatso 1.0. With Jordan Spieth’s SuperStroke putter grip, he has netted several career-defining victories and brought SuperStroke into the limelight on several occasions.
How does Jordan Spieth hold his putter?
Jordan Spieth holds his putter with the left-hand-low putting grip, also known as the cross-handed grip.