2022 AT&T Byron Nelson Winner K.H. Lee Congrats to K.H. Lee, only 1 of 4 to win back-to-back at the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson tournament. While much of the buzz focuses on a couple key holes Sunday, Lee was solid throughout the entire tournament. Opening with a 64, then posting 68, 67 and then a 63 in Final Round 4 to ultimately win, there were multiple competitors nipping at his heals. WITB (What’s In the Bag) for K.H. Lee’s Winning Combination Compiling insights from GolfDigest.com and Golf.com, here’s what you need to know (WYNTK) about his shaft-club combos that led to his win. Top of the Bag: Driver – Callaway Epic Max LS 10.5 degrees with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 6X shaft. 3-Wood – Callaway Rogue ST LS 15 degrees with Graphite Design Tour AD GP 7X shaft. Hybrid – Titleist TS3 19 degrees with Graphite Design Tour AD HY 95X shaft. The right setup for your driver, fairway woods and hybrids should build confidence. And, the versatility of the Graphite Design Tour AD shafts can be a real winning combination. Read our shaft reviews or save 25% on a Driver or Fairway Wood/ Hybrid Fitting today. Irons: Callaway... Read More
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McIlroy is one of the best drivers of the golf ball on the planet, which was on display at Summit where he ranked second in strokes gained/off-the-tee, picking up more than five shots on the field. He also was fourth in driving distance at more than 320 yards per measured drive. In other words, this was a different McIlroy than the one we saw at the Ryder Cup just a few weeks ago. This was way more like the McIlroy we’re used to seeing on the PGA Tour. What Rory McIlroy had in the bag at the 2021 CJ Cup Ball: TaylorMade TP5x Driver: TaylorMade SIM2 (Fujikura Ventus Black 7x), 9 degrees 3-wood: TaylorMade SIM, 15 degrees Hybrid: TaylorMade SIM Max, 19 degrees Irons (3-9): TaylorMade P730; (PW): TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 (56, 58 degrees) Putter: TaylorMade Spider X Make an appointment to test the 2021-2022 TaylorMade Line-up!
The new Mizuno T22 Wedges are crafted using Mizuno’s legendary Grain Flow Forging process, a technique that has perfected over the course fifty plus years in Hiroshima, Japan. And, with the addition of a soft feel copper underlay, these wedges produce the unrivaled touch and feel Mizuno is renowned for. Design As with all Mizuno wedges carrying the T moniker, the T22’s have a teardrop shape, and by flaring or tapering the upper portion of the blade, these wedges create a consistently high level of spin and a more penetrating trajectory. Because spin is such an integral factor in high-level short game play, Mizuno Quad Cut Mills the T22’s grooves with astounding precision. These grooves are cut into Boron infused steel for increased durability, and are loft specific, so each wedge achieves peak performance for its intended purpose. To ensure high level performance in wet conditions, HydroFlow Micro Grooves are laser etched into the face to release moisture and preserve spin rates. New Finishes RAW – no copper underlay so the wedge will rust naturally over time. Right Handed only. Satin Chrome – traditional Mizuno finish. Available in both Right Handed and Left Handed Denim Copper – cool looking new model with... Read More
Golf’s biggest trophies tend to be silver and green. Xander Schauffele knows this as well as anyone because he has been close enough to dream of winning them. No one doubted his impressive skill set or questioned why he has been in or around the top 10 in the world for nearly three years. All that was missing was that signature win. An Olympic gold medal around his neck might be all it takes. Xander Schauffele What’s In The Bag Driver: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (9 degrees at 8) with Graphite Design Tour AD BB 7 X (Custom Black) shaft Three-wood: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (15 degrees at 14.5) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7 X shaft 7-wood: Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero (20 degrees at 18.8) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 9 X shaft Irons: Callaway Apex TCB (4-PW) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts Learn More About These LIMITED EDITION Irons Here! Wedges: Callaway Jaws MD5 (52-10S), Titleist Vokey Design SM6 (56-10 at 57), Titleist Vokey Design SM8 WedgeWorks (60-T at 61) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts Putter: Odyssey O-Works #7 CH Red
The winner of the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship trusted a TPT Prototype Driver Shaft to win his first PGA Tour event. Paul Barjon also secured his first win on the Korn Ferry Tour at the Huntsville Championship, where he had three TPT shafts in his bag: a Red Range 14 Hi Driver Shaft, a Red Range 14 Lo Fairway Wood Shaft, and a Red Range Prototype Hybrid shaft. In Korea, Hyun Kyung Park captured the KLPGA Championship, a major on the KLPGA Tour, for the second-straight year using a TPT Red Range 18 Hi Driver shaft. TPT’s Red Range Driver shafts are the only golf shafts with Continuous Fiber, an automated manufacturing process that continuously wraps carbon fiber around the shaft to remove the inconsistencies present in conventional shafts. The Swiss-engineered process offers golfers the highest possible level of precision in a golf shaft, allowing them to fully maximize their performance, feel, and consistency. WE HAVE THE TPT RED RANGE IN OUR DEMO FITTING SYSTEM – SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY TO TEST THEM OUT!
After an incredible eagle-birdie finish to get into a playoff, Cam Davis needed five extra holes to card the win. While his bag is filled with Titleist clubs, it is no surprise that his clubs have a unique blend of shafts from Four different manufacturers. See our comments below: Driver: Titleist TSi3 (9 degrees, A1 SureFit setting) Shaft: UST Mamiya LIN-Q White 7 – Low launch and spin shaft – 78 gram raw weight. 3-wood: Titleist TS3 (15 degrees) Shaft: Fujikura Atmos Blue Tour Spec 7 TX – Mid launch and spin – 76 gram raw weight. Usually players will pick a slightly heavier 80+ gram shaft unless they use it off the tee more frequently. Irons: Titleist T200 (3), Titleist 620 MB (4-PW) Shafts: KBS Tour Graphite Hybrid Prototype 105 X (3), KBS Tour-V 120 X Good weight distribution from hybrid to iron shafts. Tour V shafts are mid-low trajectory. Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (52-12F, 56-14F, 60T) Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 A very popular shaft on tour. Plays heavier and softer flex than the X100 so the shaft is great for sand and lob wedges. Putter: Scotty Cameron Timeless 2 Prototype Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet ... Read More
The PXG 0811 X GEN2 Driver features Hot Rod™ Technology inspired by the look and extreme performance of American muscle cars. NEW PRICE – Was $595 – Now $225 Retail Featuring Hot Rod™ Technology inspired by the look and extreme performance of American muscle cars, the PXG 0811 XF GEN2 Driver is designed for out-and-out forgiveness and raw power. NEW PRICE – Was $595 – Now $225 Retail PXG 0341 X GEN2 Fairway Woods are a low spin golf club for supercharged distance. NEW PRICE – Was $425 – Now $195 Retail PXG 0317 X GEN2 Hybrid golf clubs are designed to fly straight and go far. Featuring innovative technology inside and out, including a Precision Weighting System, PXG Hybrid golf clubs enable golfers to fine-tune launch conditions for optimal performance. NEW PRICE – Was $375 – Now $185 Retail Schedule your appointment today to test and buy the PXG Gen 2 Line UP– CLICK HERE
Cobra Golf Introduces 2021 KING Tour Metal Injection Molded Irons Cobra Golf has just unveiled its newest set of irons for 2021. The new KING Tour irons are not cast or forged but are made using a new innovative process called Metal Injection Molding (MIM) — the most precise manufacturing process for making irons. The MIM process is an evolution in manufacturing that is used to create the most precise and intricate shapes. The result is our purest, and softest feeling players iron that performs and looks unlike any other. Due to the manufacturing process, the clubs’ design is unlike irons from the past as they see shapes and curves only achievable using MIM. The KING Tour irons feature a tour-caliber cavity back, a compact shape, sleek topline, and a high-density tungsten toe weight. The result is a club that can accommodate the softest feeling players, all the while offering stability for off-center hits. SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT HERE TODAY TO TEST OUT THE NEW COBRA MIM IRONS! Set Makeup – 4- PW RH Only Retail Cost – $1299.99 a set or $185 a piece
2021 Callaway X Forged CB The X Forged CB is constructed from a forged 1025 carbon steel chassis and incorporates a multi-material weighting system to manipulate head weights without effecting exact CG placement. Beginning with the body, the housing of the hollow body design has the addition of external tungsten (standard at 17 grams) weighting system that can go up or down in weight depending on the needs of the player. The idea being that now Callaway has the opportunity to fine-tune swing weight without adding weight to the inside of the hosel, which is a common practice. The issue with that is it can adjust the CG of the golf club, resulting in inconsistencies throughout the set. Tour Response “Very positive,” according to tour manager Jacob Davidson. “We have multiple staff players testing and/or putting them in play including Na, Kisner, Gooch, Garnett, and a few others.” … “Players are liking the meatier feel at impact and the added forgiveness all while keeping to what they can expect from an X Forged profile.” 2021 Callaway X Forged Forged CB specs Loft/Lie/Offset 3: 20/60/.135 4: 23/60.5/.130 5: 26/61/.125 6: 29/61.5/.115 7: 33/62/.110 8: 37/62.5/.105 9: 41/63/.095 PW: 45/63.5/.090... Read More
The naysayers said it couldn’t be done in a US Open but Bryson proved them all wrong. His sub-par performance was the only one in the field. Now, I am a bit of a scientist myself, but Bryson takes every aspect of his game to another level! Here is how he did it! Bomb! After adding 40 pounds of muscle, Bryson also improved his club and ball speed. Bryson is averaging 325 yards off the tee. He is leading the PGA Tour in strokes gained off the tee as well. Now he is experimenting with a 48 inch driver to add even MORE ball speed. He wants to break 220 mph ball speed which could easily get him to 350-360 yards. Crazy? Mad? He proved distance was key at the US Open. Gouge! While hitting only 41% of fairways (23 of 56), Bryson managed par or better on all four of his rounds. His attacking style out of the major rough was crazy to watch but it worked. No one else in the field seemed to be able to master not only the rough but the touch necessary around the green. And, Putt! I watched Bryson on the practice green at... Read More