SuperStroke Honors Kentucky, PGA Championship

by | May 14, 2024 | News

SuperStroke has released an officially licensed PGA Championship putter grip design, a playful tribute to the state of Kentucky, the host site of the season’s second major, and its rich cultural heritage.

The limited edition in SuperStroke’s popular Zenergy Tour 2.0 and Tour 3.0 putter grip models. These putter grips are being sold exclusively at and on-site at Louisville’s Valhalla Golf Club during the practice and tournament rounds of the 2024 PGA Championship, May 13 -19.

Thoughtful imagery designed in honor of the Bluegrass State can be found in design touches like the rose pattern embossed throughout the surface of the grip (to honor Kentucky’s annual Run for the Roses). The grip also features a collage of images that call to mind some of Kentucky’s most iconic cultural symbols, connecting you to the rich heritage of the state.

Horseshoes, Roses, and Jockeys Riding Racehorses – In honor of the 150-year tradition of Louisville hosting the most celebrated event in horseracing in which the winning horse is draped in a blanket of roses.

Mint Julep Cocktails – Celebrating the official beverage of Louisville’s week-long Derby festival since 1939. The connection to the sport’s most famous race and mint juleps can actually be traced back as far as the 1820s when sterling silver julep cups were awarded as trophies to first-place jockeys.

Wooden Baseball Bats – In homage to the iconic piece of sporting equipment Louisville has famously been providing to the stars of America’s Favorite Pastime since 1894.

Bourbon Bottles – Arguably the most definitively American distilled spirit, this dark, rich, barrel-aged beverage has become synonymous with Kentucky and drives a significant amount of tourism to the Bluegrass State.

Photo Courtesy of SuperStroke