Taylor Finishes #1 in Putting of Tour’s Top 40 Money Leaders
November 22, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News(Franklin, TN) Vaughn Taylor mastered the greens on the 2006 PGA Tour, finishing first overall in putting average among the Tour’s top 40 money leaders with 1.725 putts per greens in regulation. He also was first in putting average in four tournaments throughout the season.
Taylor ranked first in putting average at The Players Championship in Florida, Wachovia Championship in North Carolina, Buick Open in Michigan and the Chrysler Classic in North Carolina. Taylor finished 35th on the 2006 money list, joining the top 40 money leaders for the second consecutive season. He had six top 10 finishes on the PGA Tour in 2006.
Taylor was the youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. He uses a SeeMore putter. SeeMore putters were tied for the number one brand played by the U.S. team.
“Everyone at SeeMore is ecstatic about and impressed with Vaughn’s outstanding accomplishments this season,” says Jim Grundberg, Managing Director of SeeMore Golf. “We hope Vaughn has a relaxing and productive off-season and we can’t wait to watch him excel in 2007!”
SeeMore putters feature its patented RifleScope™ alignment technology that allows a golfer to set up the putter perfectly each and every time in relation to the intended target line. This is accomplished by lining up the black bottom portion of the shaft between two white lines and covering a signature red dot on the heel of the top line. The process resembles locking radar onto a target.
SeeMore became recognized when Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open playing a SeeMore putter. Stewart one-putted the last three holes to win the championship by one stroke. He sunk what’s considered to be the longest putt in Open history on the 18th hole to win the tournament. In 2003, Zach Johnson set a Nationwide Tour season record for fewest average putts per green in regulation, an incredible 1.699, using a SeeMore putter.
SeeMore putters are custom made in Franklin, TN. SeeMore has a newly redesigned website at www.seemore.com