Naples, Florida– Leading wire to wire, the New Zealand native fired a final round 2-under 70 to claim a 2 shot victory at the LPGA CME Group Tour Championship while using a Garsen Quad Tour putter grip. The champion has now claimed 3 LPGA Tour wins this season while using a Garsen grip as well as won The Race to CME Globe, The Rolex Player of the Year, and led the LPGA in scoring average and strokes gained putting. Adding to the recent LPGA BMW Ladies Championship and PGA Tour Houston Open victories, this now totals 59 tour wins for Garsen.
The Quad Tour is Garsen’s most traditional line of grips. The overriding structure of this grip includes a trapezoid design that is wider on the front of the grip than the bottom and slightly narrower than most traditional putting grips.
This narrow trapezoid shape puts the grip more in the player’s fingertips. This gives the player a very specific feel and connection to the rotation of the putter face during the entire putting stroke.
Available in both tapered and non-tapered versions as well as pistol in both smooth and patterned textures, the Quad Tour offers a perfect feel for every player.
About Garsen Golf
Garsen Golf’s mission is to bring new, unique, and innovative putter grip designs to all golfers. With its 3 core product lines (Max, Quad Tour, and Ultimate) Garsen Golf has now racked up 59 professional tour wins (10 this season) including the 2016 British Open and 2022 LPGA Evian Championship. Developed with input from the world’s best players, Garsen has grip models for every golfer to make putting more enjoyable. Don’t change your stroke, get a Garsen.