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With Precision to Success - “Pforzheim Pros” Start Well Into the Season

Pforzheim – 18.07.2017.

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 qualification for one of the oldest and most renowned golf tournaments of the world: the British Open, which will take place on Juli 16th to 23rd, 2017, for the 146th time. This year, not in Scotland, but in Birkdale, England.

Ever since Christmas 2016, Paul Waring plays a KRAMSKI Putter. During his visit at the Putting Academy in Pforzheim, he added an individually fitted High Precision Putter HPP 326 TP to his bag. It was with this putter in his bag that he played twelve birdies and two eagles at the MBW South African Open on Ekurhuleni. Parts of the success were surely due to the training with Wiestaw Kramski and his Christmas gift, the 326.


Bryce Easton, too, benefited of the advice of his personal training at the BMW SA Open. Born in 1987, the South African decided at age 23 to become a golf professional. He is one of many tour professionals who does not only play a KRAMSKI Putter, but who is also convinced of the unique method of KRAMSKI. Since 2011, Bryce Easton continuously achieves multiple top ten rankings as a pro each year at international tournaments. The latest success was in December 2016 at the Alfred Dunhill Championship which he finished at rank 10 with a total of five eagles. In mid-May, Easton returned to the KRAMSKI Putting Academy in Pforzheim-Birkenfeld once again to further improve his short game.


Florian Fritsch who is ranked seventh among the best German players might be called the veteran among the Tour-playing KRAMSKI fans. He began to play a High Precision Putter by KRAMSKI already during his years as top amateur. Since 2014, he is a brand ambassador for the premium putter manufacturer from Pforzheim. In 2016, Fritsch played a very strong season and was honored by receiving the title of 'PGA Player of the Year'. Playing only 12 tournaments, the golfer from Heidelberg ranked 101st at the European Tour and secured his participation in 2017. This year started excellently with a win at the Mediter Real Estate Masters at the PGA Cataunya Resort in Spain, his first tournament of the season. Eight birdies, one eagle and a single bogey allowed him to finish with ten under par.


It remains to be seen, how Jonathan Agren will put is pre-fitted putter to use, which he received in February from Wiestaw Kramski in Ekurhuleni. The Swede finished his first season as a pro in 2016 on rank three and the title of 'Rookie of the Year' at the Sunshine Tour. In the current season, he ranked 40th at the BMW South African Open, his debut at the European Tour. Hopefully, he will be able to continue his success of an average of 70.55 points and four top five, as well as seven top ten rankings out of 16 played tournaments.


Swiss player Joel Girrbach, aged 24, already managed historical successes with his KRAMSKI High Precision Putter HPP 326. In his third season as a pro, playing rounds of 68, 67, 64, and 68, he won this year's Swiss Challenge in Hildrieden at the end of May. Prior to his success, Swiss pros had won six times at the Challenge Tour, the most recent one in 2008 at Ramsau. The last Swiss win on home turf at the second highest circuit of Europe was almost 24 years ago.


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Paul Waring successfully starts into the season.

Wiestaw Kramski and Bryce Easton during his visit at the KRAMSKI Putting Academy in Mai 2017.

Florian Fritsch, loyal KRAMSKI Putter player and brand ambassador.

Jonathan Agren and Wiestaw Kramski after training together in South Africa.

Joel Girrbach managed an historical success already with his KRAMSKI HPP 326.