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JumboMax® Team Member Kelly Kraft Captures 2nd Place Finish On The PGA Tour At A Military Tribute To The Greenbrier

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(JUPITER, FL) - JumboMax® Grips announced today that Tour Staff Professional, Kelly Kraft, captured a 2nd Place Finish on the PGA TOUR this past weekend at A Military Tribute to the Greenbrier held at White Sulphur Springs in West Virginia.


Kraft fired rounds of 64, 63, 69 and 70 to finish at 14 under par for a solo 2nd Place Finish. He recorded 21 Birdies (Ranked 4th) for the tournament and 3rd in Strokes Gained Around the Green. His over-sized JumboMax Tour Series Grips also helped him Rank 3rd in Driving Accuracy at 78.57%.

This 2nd Place Finish earned him a paycheck of $788,400.00 and 300 FedEx Cup Points. He's currently ranked 59th on the FedEx Cup Points List with earnings of $1.4 Million Dollars for the 2017-2018 season.

This runner-up finish at the Greenbrier punched his ticket to play in the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie scheduled for July 15 - 22, 2018.

In the past two years, JumboMax has captured two victories, four 2nd Place Finishes and fourteen Top 10 Finishes on the PGA Tour and JumboMax Team Members, Bryson DeChambeau and Kelly Kraft had combined earnings in excess of $10 Million Dollars. 

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