The 2022 Evian Championship was referred to as a wild ride, and it was just that. Brooke Henderson was able to secure her 2nd major victory on the LPGA Tour, this time from Evian-les-Bains, France. Henderson put on a strong performance, opening with a 7-under 64. Then to back it up with the same on day 2. But it came down to a birdie on the very last hole that secured the victory.
What’s in the bag for Brooke Henderson at the 2022 Evian Championship
Top of the Bag:
Driver: Ping G400 9-degrees with a TPT 19HI shaft. 3-wood: Ping G400 Stretch 3 13-degrees with a Ping Alta CB Orange 65xs. 5-wood: Ping G400 17.5-degrees with a Graphite Design Tour AD TP 6x shaft. Hybrid: Ping G425 5 Hybrid 26-degree with a KBS Tour Hybrid 65s shaft.
Brooke used to play a longer driver shaft prior to the USGA rules change in 2021. What’s interesting is the shaft she switched to is the TPT shaft. TPT prides itself on making a shaft that doesn’t have a spine – meaning the shaft resonates the same no matter what position it’s in. Read our review about the TPT Red Range Shafts. Why does this matter? Only expert fitters like D’Lance take time to test every shaft and indicate where its spine exists. We do this prior to custom building your clubs to create optimal performance. Learn more and schedule a Driver Fitting.
Ping i210 5-iron through UW (utility or attack wedge) with the Nippon Modus 105s shafts.
The Ping i210 irons have been HOT on the LPGA Tour this year. These irons are the featured irons for Jennifer Kupcho, In Gee Chun, and Lizette Salas. The popularity of these irons, in addition to feel, has to do with the 25% more face contact area without having an oversized head. Come in for a custom iron fitting and hit the PING i210s – we’re certain you’ll like them too.
Ping Glide 4.0 52-degree and 60-degree with Nippon Modus 115 wedge shafts.
Ping Cadence TR – Ketsch C