Zach Johnson's clutch birdie at St. Andrews is the No. 1 shot of 2015
Click HERE to watch - On the 72nd hole in the final round of the Open Championship on the Old Course at St. Andrews, Zach Johnson rolled in a 30-foot birdie putt to post 15-under. He would go on to win in a playoff to claim the title of "Champion Golfer of the Year."
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WKRN) – As the British open came to an exciting end in Scotland on Monday, here across the pond, a Franklin company started to get very busy.
That company is hoping to turn the short game into long term success.
Johnson’s win at the British open is one for the ages. The champion graces the cover of the latest Golfweek magazine, but if you look closer, you’ll see the other star of this epic performance: his putter.
SeeMore putters CEO Jim Grundberg said Zach Johnson “let the putter do the talking on Monday” on his way to his win in one of golf’s biggest Majors.
Payne Stewart won the most dramatic US Open in history in 1999 using a SeeMore FGP, taking only 24 putts in the final round at Pinehurst including one-putts on the final three holes and the longest putt to ever win the US Open on the final hole.
Payne also won the overall putting title for the fewest putts per round in 1999.
'07 Masters to go down as true David vs. Goliath story
When it was all over, and the coveted Green Jacket was slipped on his slender shoulders on a chilly Sunday evening at Augusta National, Zach Johnson tried to grasp the enormity of what he had just accomplished. After all, this was no ordinary win. This was the Masters, and he had just defeated the best players in the world, including Tiger Woods. (click PLAY button below)