This past weekend Chad Ramey won his first PGA Tour title at the Corales Puntacana Championship shooting a winning score of 17-under 271 with a Traxion Tour 2.0 in hand.
Chad Ramey made four birdies in a row on the back nine giving him the lead and never looked back. A two-putt par on the 18th hole gave Ramey a 5-under, 67 finish on Sunday, as he cleared the competition by 1 stroke.
“The team here at SuperStroke are thrilled to be able to congratulate Chad Ramey on his first win on Tour. It’s always exciting to see a player’s determination and skill pay off in the moments where these qualities of a champion matter most,” said Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke. “At SuperStroke we know how the right grip at the right time can mean everything, as Chad proved this weekend.”
While this is Ramey’s first win on tour, he achieved his first professional win last year at the Korn Ferry Tour’s Live and Work in Maine Open. Before the Corales Puntacana Championship, Ramey was 203rd in the Official World Golf Ranking. After his win, however, he now ranks at 118.
Ramey used a SuperStroke Traxion 2.0 grip. This putter grip is popular on tour and well suited for players with a conventional putting grip style. The design helps golfers minimize grip pressure and includes ridges along the underside of the grip to help golfers find consistent hand placement.
SuperStroke putter grips are popular on tour for their reliable and consistent results. Just ask any of the SuperStroke Ambassadors who have found great success using their preferred SuperStroke grips, including Jordan Spieth and .
Golfers who are looking for a consistent putting stroke should look to SuperStroke, a putter grip that supports and amplifies the skill and technique of the golfer and helps deliver the best results.