Heavy Putter Used by Winning Team Member at Champions Tour's Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf

(RIDGEFIELD, CT) - Boccieri Golf announces that its popular Heavy Putter was used by a member of the winning team at the Champions Tour's Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf contested this past weekend at The Club at Savannah (GA) Harbor.

Heading into the back nine on Sunday the duo birdied six of the first seven holes to take the lead. The trailing twosome caught them on the 16th and both teams finished regulation play at 27-under-par 189, forcing a sudden-death playoff. On the first extra hole, a dramatic 45-foot birdie putt was made using the Heavy Putter only to be matched by their opponents. The winners then secured victory with a par on the second playoff hole.

"This player switched to the Heavy Putter over the weekend and immediately experienced the difference - including the huge putt he made on the first playoff hole," says Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf. "It's a testament to the incredible benefits of our proprietary weighting technology, which leads to fewer putts per round."

Results from the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf continue the trend of players on all major tours worldwide switching to the Heavy Putter, which has been used by winners on the PGA, European, Champions, Asian, Nationwide and Canadian Tours.

The Heavy Putter's global popularity stems from its unprecedented counter-balance theory of a heavier mass head and weighted grip. This causes the body to engage its larger, core muscles for greater stroke stability, consistent swing paths, uniform pace, precise distance and directional control, tightening end-over-end golf ball roll.

About the Heavy Putter

Introduced in early 2005, the Heavy Putter is now carried in all 50 states and in more than 30 overseas markets. It is found in many of the finest off-course shops and most prestigious golf courses, country clubs and resorts worldwide.

The recently released MID-WEIGHT Series features five classically designed putters each weighing 750 grams, lighter than previous Heavy Putter models but still heavier than traditional offerings. The line - three blades and two mallets - is crafted with the company's proprietary technologies that create a consistent, pendulum-like stroke by engaging the body's core and larger muscles.

The Heavy Putter Original, Matte and Deep Face Series models, which spawned a global following, each incorporates the company's pioneering weighting technology, including a 475-gram head (conventional heads are 330 to 350 grams) and a 250-gram weight installed in the grip end, producing a balance point 75 percent higher than conventional putters.

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Jen Voss
Buffalo Communications

Bill Feidler