Matt Kuchar

Matt Kuchar has gained the nickname “Mr. Consistency” on the PGA Tour over the last few years since switching to a Bettinardi putter. Since 2012, Matt has earned over $25.2 million dollars and counting, while missing only 3 cuts in 81 professional starts. After winning the 2019 Sony Open in Hawaii, Matt notched his 100th top ten finish, a truly remarkable accomplishment for the veteran Tour staff. The Sony Open win marked his 9th PGA Tour win. At the age of 40. Matt Kuchar started the 2018-2019 season off by winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic, posting a -22 under winning scorecard, tying a PGA Tour Tournament record, followed by his win at the Sony Open in January, becoming the first player in the new season to win twice. Matt was the 4th player in 2018 to win a PGA Tour event over the age of 40. In 2020, Matt continued to prove his success winning in impressive fashion on the Asian Tour, taking home the Singapore Open and winning the QBE Shootout with his son.


PGA Career

• 2002 Honda Classic
• 2009 Turning Stone Resort Championship
• 2010 The Barclays
• 2012 The Players Championship
• 2013 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship
• 2013 The Memorial Tournament
• 2014 RBC Heritage
• 2018 Mayakoba Golf Classic
• 2019 Sony Open
• 2020 Singapore Open
• 2020 QBE Shootout

Matt Putts With A Kuchar Model 1 Arm Lock

Length: 42 inches
Weight: 400 grams
Face Milling: F.I.T. Face
Loft: 71.5˚
Lie: 3˚