The Sparkassen Open 2017 took place from July 6th to 8th at the Bochum Golf Club. Hinrich Arkenau opened the tournament by playing a 59 record-round, laying the foundation for his subsequent win. At the end, he won with a total of 24 under par and leading by just one hit in front of the English golfer Ben Parker. 59 hits, 5 pars, 13 under par with a total of 13 birdies – at a 72 course. Already the first round of the Sparkassen Open 2017 was to become the best round of Hinrich Arkenau's golf career so far. After Martin Kaymer, he is the second German golfer to manage a 59 round at a par 72 course. Kaymer achieved this success in 2006 at the now legendary Habsberg Classic. What's special about these record rounds: Kaymer as well as Arkenau played a KRAMSKI Putter. Even though the tournament began quite promising for Arkenau, it still had a thrilling end. After haing played a second round of 65, he entered the final round with 20 under par and leading by six hits in front of the...



For professional golfers, it's self-explanatory that success requires good equipment and continuous training. Several Tour players, however, have another core value to adhere to: precision. Some have been playing successfully with a KRAMSKI High Precision Putter for years already; others are a new addition to the group of KRAMSKI fans and prove that the Mastering the Green concept of the Pforzheim putting experts does work. British Golfer Paul Waring is currently riding on a wave of success. After health issues and a back injury in past years, he only participated on four events last year. Now, however, the 33-year-old has launched brilliantly into the 2017 season. Already, he has managed three top ten rankings, two of them among the top three. In December, he finished seventh at the UBS Hongkong, in April he became third at the Throphée Hassan II in Morocco. In February, he played an excellent tournament at the Joburg Open and became second with 14 under par. This also was his...


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