August 02, 2005

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA... Never Compromise and Cleveland Golf Tour Staff professional Vijay Singh, 42, earned his fourth PGA Tour win of the year with a four-stroke victory and a 24-under, 264 to capture the Buick Open. The key to his victory was his putting. Using a Never Compromise Gray Matter™ 2 for the first time in competition, Singh ranked first in putts per GIR at the event with a 1.6 average. An exceptionally strong showing, considering he is currently ranked 49th in putts per GIR on the PGA Tour.

"From a marketing point of view, this is a dream come true," said Greg Hopkins, President/CEO of Never Compromise and Cleveland Golf. "We're only introducing this putter now and right out of the gate, Vijay wins with it."

Putters in the GM2 line feature extreme heel-toe weighting to give the putter a high moment of inertia which is what helps keep the putter perfectly aligned through the entire putting stroke. Made from lightweight aircraft grade aluminum, the GM2 putters also feature an aluminum infused composite weave insert.

Also interesting to note, Singh lead the field in birdies while averaging 307.6 yards off the tee and hitting 83.3 percent of greens in regulation.