Get to know Robert Garrigus
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Born in Nampa, Idaho – his father was a member of the U.S. trap shooting team at the 1968 Olympics.
Was known for using an exceptionally short putter (28 inches) during the 2011 season.
He’s an avid fisherman and catching a 10-pound bass is one of his biggest thrills.
Lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife and young son – they have another baby boy on the way.
He finished tied for 5th at the 2005 PGA Tour Q-School earning his PGA Tour card for the 2006 season.
Has a strong love for dogs – especially bulldogs
His PGA Tour career started in 2006 after earning his card at PGA Tour Q-School. Robert’s pro career prior to the PGA Tour included several years on the Web.com Tour, Gateway Tour and Hooters Tour.
He’s an avid fisherman and loves spending time with his family while away from the course. Get to know more about Robert in the video below.
Easy Million: Robert Gains 11 Yards With SUPER S Hybrid vs. His 7-wood
During a testing session at TPC Scottsdale, Robert went through the “Easy Million” challenge comparing his 7-wood to the new SUPER S Hybrid. Both at 20-degrees of loft, Robert was able to gain 11 more yards using the SUPER S Hybrid and commented that he’s able to work the ball better and keep it low when he needs or hit it high if the conditions call for that.
He’s one of the long hitters on tour off the tee with the driver … now he may be one of the long hitters with the hybrid too.
Watch the video below to see Robert go through "Easy Million" and to find out his thoughts about the SUPER S Hybrid
VIDEO: SUPER S Hybrid testing at TPC Scottsdale – Go inside the ropes to hear Garrigus and Kenny Perry talk golf courses and hybrid performance.