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Ted Potter Jr Wins with Cleveland Classic Driver
Posted by: Darren Ramowski on Mon 09 Jul 2012
Cleveland Golf and Srixon had yet another excellent week on the US PGA Tour at The Greenbrier Classic with the top three players all using the Cleveland Classic driver.
Ted Potter Jr, who beat Troy Kelly at the third hole of a sudden-death playoff to record his maiden victory on the PGA Tour, was using the Cleveland Classic Driver as well as Cleveland Golf’s 588 wedges.
Troy Kelly, the man defeated in the playoff, was also carrying the Classic driver and 588 wedges as he recorded his best ever finish in a PGA Tour event. The result means both players have now qualified for the Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes in England next weekend.
Cleveland Golf and Srixon’s success wasn’t finished there however as Charlie Beljan made it the 1-2-3 by using the Classic driver, new 588 CB irons, 588 wedges and Srixon Z-STAR golf ball. Beljan’s third place finish was also a career best for the American, who like Potter Jr and Kelly, is playing in his debut season on the PGA Tour.
After the victory, Potter Jr, said: “"When you're missing cuts every week, you get down on yourself. It's hard to pick yourself back up. But the one plus side for me is I was still young. I was only 20 years old. I knew I had a long road ahead of me."
"I just like to win. I just always enjoyed coming down the stretch and having a chance to win. It was the thrill of that. Finally to win, I mean, I know it's my first year out here, but just to win, period, I mean, it was just a big relief."
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