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Press Release: SeeMore Salutes Red Hot Zach Johnson
SeeMore Salutes Red Hot Zach Johnson Wins Colonial For 2nd Time In 3 Years, 8th PGA Tour Victory Winner Moves To 3d In 2012 FedEx Cup Standings
(Franklin, TN – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) SeeMore recognizes another great victory for the winner of this week’s prestigious 2012 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Zach Johnson, who has now won at this famous track twice in 3 years for his 8th PGA Tour Victory. The win moves Johnson even higher into the ranks of the All Time great players with his 8th career victory, including a Major Championship. Johnson’s 8 career PGA Tour victories place him 3d on the All Time victory list among players currently under 40, and his career earnings of $24.8 million place him 8th on the All Time PGA Tour money list among players currently under the age of 40. Clearly Johnson has become one of the greatest winners of his generation.
Johnson is red hot right now, with a Victory (Colonial) and 2 second place finishes (RBC Heritage, The Players)in his last 4 starts, and over $2.4 million in winnings in those 4 events.Every one of Johnson’s victories have taken place using his trusted SeeMore FGP blade style putter, with SeeMore’s patented and proven RST (RifleScope Technology) alignment system. By “hiding the red dot” Johnson uses the same putting system that was originally introduced to him by SeeMore teaching ambassador Pat O’Brien and that is now being taught to golfers all over the world through the SeeMore Putter Institute (SPi).
Johnson led the field at Colonial in putting, taking only 101 putts over the course of 4 rounds. His putting average and strokes gained putting also put him at or near the top of the field and helped him to hold off the other hottest player on tour for the victory. Year to date Johnson is 1st overall in one putt percentage on tour, 1st on tour in par 5 performance, 1st in scrambling from over 30 yards, 3d in Putting Average, and 3d in fewest putts per round.