Singh Earns Clutch Win at Scottish Open
Singh Earns Clutch Playoff Win In Scotland
Odyssey staffer Jeev Milkha Singh rallied from five shots off the lead on Sunday to win the Scottish Open. He carded a final round 67 and then drained a 12-foot birdie putt on the first hole of sudden death to close out the win. Singh used an Odyssey ProType Tour Series Putter during the event.
Noren Finishes T3, Mickelson Has Solid Week
While Singh ultimately went on to win at Castle Stuart Golf Links, Alex Noren finished T3 and just one shot out of the playoff. He used a Black Series i #1 Putter to record his best finish of the year and his fourth top-10 finish in 2012.
Phil Mickelson had a productive week as well, posting two exceptional rounds and gaining confidence for the British Open at Royal Lytham. He shot 64 on Friday and 65 on Saturday to move into contention.
Saunders Posts T2 on Web.com Tour
Sam Saunders shot 65-67 over the final two rounds to finish T2 at the Utah Championship with a White Hot XG 330 Mallet.
Odyssey Keeps On Winning
Singh’s win in Scotland added to Odyssey’s dominant position on the European Tour this year. The #1 Putter in Golf has now earned 14 victories on the European Tour in 2012, including eight of the last 11 events. Odyssey has also captured 12 worldwide wins over the last nine weeks. To learn more about all of our wins, check out our wins archive page.