The 2022 ISPS Handa World Invitational witnessed the lowest round of the tournament Sunday as Maja Stark from Sweden caught and flew past leaders. Shooting a final round, 10-under 63, Stark started hot and stayed hot on Sunday. The win was 3rd in the European Ladies Tour but first on the LPGA because of the jointly-run event. Stark now has the option to get her LPGA card this year or to hold out until 2023.
With the help from LPGA, PING and Golf Reviews Guide, we share an overview of Maja’s clubs. Unfortunately, we have little insights into the shafts Maja is using but will update as new insights become available.
Maja Stark’s Winning Equipment at the 2022 ISPS Handa World Invitational
- Top of the Bag. Driver: Ping G400 9 degrees. 3-wood: Ping G400 14.5 degrees. Hybrid: Ping G400 3-hybrid 19 degrees.
- Irons: Ping I-Series Prototype 4-iron through PW.
- Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 50 degrees, 54 degrees & 60 degrees
- Putter: Ping Fetch
Ping is a Consistent Winner on the LPGA Tour
Ping’s G400, G410, G425 Drivers and Fairway Woods, the the i210 irons and the Glide 4.0 wedges have been consistent top performers on the LPGA tour. Brooke Henderson, Lizette Salas, Jennifer Kupcho, and In Gee Chun have all played Ping clubs to the champions table.
Original image credit: eurosport.com.