(Victoria, TX) – SCOR Golf would like to congratulate the medalist on his record setting performance at the recent Champions Q-School qualifier, and earning his fully exempt status for the 2014 Champions Tour.
“I would like to congratulate the Champions Tour Q-School winner for earning his Champions Tour card in his first attempt,” stated Terry Koehler, President of SCOR Golf. “SCOR Golf was created to help golfers of all abilities lower their scores and the medalist’s record setting performance is an example of how SCOR’s industry leading technologies can help even the world’s best golfers shoot lower scores.”
The golfer’s closing round of 68 enabled him to tie the Champions Tour Q-School record of 20 under 264. Played in cool, wet weather and after a three hour rain delay, the golfer was focused and dialed in. “I didn’t think we’d finish today even if we managed to get started which didn’t look like it was going to happen early. It really helped me to get off to the start that I did," said the medalsit, “I really prepared hard for this Q-School and felt like my game was back in pretty good shape when I got here this week."
The champion’s use of SCOR4161 precision scoring clubs in such constantly changing weather conditions gave him a distinct advantage over the rest of the field. “This is a great example of how even the world’s best players are realizing that SCOR technologies will help them shoot lower scores,” stated Koehler.
“Proper gapping, advanced weighting technology, and our patented V-Sole helps to deliver more accuracy and improved forgiveness, particularly on various turf and bunker conditions,” added Koehler. “Combined with our GENIUS proprietary scoring range shafts and our custom-fit process, the champion entered the event with a distinct ‘tool box’ advantage over his competition who still play ‘old style wedges’.”
More information on SCOR Golf and the SCOR4161 scoring system can be found at www.scorgolf.com or at 877-726-7670.