The Pro's Just Love Cure
Our putters have fast become the most popular putter on the US Champions Tour, loved by US Open Champions and multiple Senior Tour winners. Now we have brought the putters to the UK they are going down a storm with UK/EU Professionals.
Gary Wolstenholme - The UK's Greatest Amateur Player
Britains greatest ever amateur golfer Gary Wolstenholme MBE spent some time recently on the practice greens at Royal Porthcawl with Cure fitter Mark Bentley. He had a good look at a variety of putters from the Cure range. Gary was so impressed that he decided to put a CX2 into his bag. Gary is not your average golfer.
Gary, a true gentleman of the game, enjoyed an illustrious career as an amateur and did not turn professional until the age of 47. At 49 he shot a 63 on his way to beating a big field of golfers half his age. On turning 50 and joining the Senior Tour he finished 3rd in his first event at Woburn before winning his 2nd event at the Casa Serena Open.
Roger Chapman 2012 US PGA & US Senior Open Champion
Roger Chapman created history in 2012 by becoming the first and only golfer to ever win the US PGA & US Open Senior titles in the same year. His victory in the Open was sweeter with the fact he beat off the challenge from the likes of Fred Funk, Bernhard Langer, Tom Lehman & Corey Pavin.
Speaking about the CX2 Putter he put into play at this years British Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl he said, "It's the best ball roll I've seen".
Eamon Darcy Ryder Cup Winner & 4 Time European Tour Winner
Known for an unorthodox swing, Eamon Darcy was twice a winner with the European team at the Ryder Cup, in 1987 he was part of the team that won for the first time ever on US soil winning his singles match on the Sunday against Ben Crenshaw.
Eamon has been playing on the European Senior Tour since 2002 and put a Cure CX3 into his bag at the 2017 British Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl.
Jean-Francois has 9 Professional tour wins under his belt, he became the first Frenchman in 35 years to win the French Open in 2004 with an impressive 7 stroke victory, he then retained the trophy in 2005 defeating compatriot Jean van de Velde in a play-off.
Jean carries a CX2 in his bag.