17 December 2010 Last Updated: 27 June 2013

By David Connor, TG Equipment Editor

Rife putters have enjoyed a successful year in 2010 with both the leading money winners on the PGA and LPGA tour using their short sticks.

The company do not pay a single penny for player endorsement but this year both Matt Kuchar and Na Yeon Choi used a Rife putter as they topped the money lists in their respective tours. Kuchar used a Rife Barbados putter while Choi enjoyed success with the Rife Abaco.

In addition, the world number one female golfer, Jiyai Shin cemented her place as at the top of the rankings Rife 400 Mid Mallet while Ian Poulter won twice worldwide and played on the winning Ryder Cup team using his Rife Abaco.

In total, Rife putters won 17 events throughout the year and Ian Wadiccar, Rife UK spokesman, said: "I would like to congratulate everyone who has used and won with a Rife putter in 2010 and look forward to many more wins in 2011."

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