His lone remaining Nike club is a Vapor Fly Pro driving iron. Here’s a full list of the aforementioned gear he used to prove he’s currently the best closer on the PGA Tour: Cleveland wedges have been some of the most popular in the game seemingly since they were first introduced in the late 70’s.
Thiry-four-year-old Kevin Na captured just his second career PGA Tour victory and first since 2011 at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier on Sunday highlighted by a final round 64 and 19-under-par total. Na bested second place finisher Kelly Kraft by five strokes and in the process took home 500 all-important FedEx points.
And for those who like to root for the Euros there’s also a Chrome Soft European Truvis model complete with a European-themed white blue and yellow design. All three models will retail for $44.99/dozen.
Thomas bested second place finisher Kyle Stanley by four strokes and third place finishers Dustin Johnson and Thorbjorn Oleson by five. For his trouble the young bomber took home 550 FedEx points and a winner’s check for $1700000.
Below you’ll find a list of putting-stat leaders and their flatsticks. Trend watch: All of these guys except Phil Mickelson play a mallet design but even Lefty’s flange-blade has mallet-like characteristics.