Tiger Rules, but KJ's Fat Grip Caught Our Attention
Well, the season drags on and continues to underwhelm, with the most recent victory by Steve Fleish. As he put it, he stumbled a bit, but had a big enough lead that no one could track him down. Good for him, but as you looked at the leaderboard, you had to think deeply to find names you recognized.
The FEDEX Cup “race” turned out to be a coronation and as one writer put it, Tiger didn’t even need to complete in the final Tour Championship to take the Cup. Now that says it all. The point system will take some serious tweaking.
KJ Choi had a nice run since picking up the Super Stroke Grip, the “big ugly” grip as he called it at his first win with it at the AT&T National. He has moved to 5th in the world, and has earned over $2.145 million dollars using this product and the Company has sold well over 10,000 units in just a few short weeks, since it became the talk of the TV guys and KJ’s excellent putting.
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