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Rife Putters lift 21 Tour titles in 2009
January 7, 2010

2009 was always going to be a testing year for Rife Putters on Tour, with expectations sky-high after an impressive 14 wins in 2008. But looking back on the season, any concerns were clearly misplaced as Rife secured a spectactular 21 wins on worldwide Tours – and without paying a single player to use its putters.

Across the globe, more and more of the biggest names in golf are deciding to put their trust in Rife’s famous true roll. From the U.S to the U.K, through Holland, Finland, Korea and Australia the sight of a Rife Putter in the winners circle has become a truly global phenomenon.

The Rife Barbados Heel-Shafted putter The Rife Barbados Heel-Shafted putter
The Rife Barbados Heel-Shafted putter

The range of Rife Putters seen in the winners circle is testament to the variety of styles Rife offers and the quality of the RollGroove technology features on every putter. Precisely spaced milled grooves allow the putter to gently press into the cover of the ball, gripping and lifting it into an instant forward roll to create the truest "no skid" roll in golf, no matter where the ball is hit on the putter face.

The Rife Aussie Mallet putter
The Rife Aussie Mallet putter

Combined with the LieAline Custom Fitting System and the 4-point adjustable stability weighting system, from large mallet, small mallet and hybrids through 2 Bar technology, traditional blades and weighted blades, Rife’s range has been able to provide the style and fit required by each winner, along with the technology that makes a difference on the greens.

Early reports from all of the major Tours in 2010 have indicated that more players are choosing to put a Rife in their bag, and with the calibre of name that is making the decision to switch, it won’t be long before Rife Putters notches its first win of the New Year.

Tournaments won with Rife Putters (model in brackets) in 2009 were:

PGA Tour
Turning Stone Resort Classic (Barbados)

European Tour
KLM Open (Barbados)
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (Barbados)
Barclays Singapore Open (Antigua)

LPGA / Duramed Tour
iMPACT Invitational (Aussie Mallet)
Mercedes Benz Championship (2 Bar Hybrid Mallet)
USI Championship (Aussie Mallet)

The Rife 2 Bar Hybrid Tour Mallet
The Rife 2 Bar Hybrid Tour Mallet

Champions Tour
U.S. Senior Open (Barbados)
Cap Cana Championship (2 Bar Blade)
Regions Charity Classic (2 Bar Blade)
Dick’s Sporting Goods Open (Aussie Blade)
AT&T Championship (Abaco)

Nationwide Tour
Athens Regional Foundation Classic (Barbados)
Utah Classic (2 Bar Hybrid Mallet)
Nationwide Tour Championship (Aussie Mallet)

Ladies European Tour
ANZ Ladies Masters (2 Bar Hybrid Mallet)
Finnair Masters (Barbados)
Taihu Ladies Open (2 Bar Hybrid Tour Mallet)

Korean PGA Tour
Shinhan Doughae Open (Black Aussie)

Korean LPGA
Hite Cup Championship (2 Bar Hybrid Tour Mallet)
KB Star Tour Championship (2 Bar Hybrid Mallet)

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