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.
In case you’re wondering the Pro V1 offers a slightly higher launch angle off the tee with medium compression while the Pro V1x produces the highest launch with the firmest compression of the group.
Other features include a thinner looking topline an angled back area for more MOI and stability and an overall more refined look. Like the original 0311 irons the GEN2 models are built with adjustable tungsten and titanium weights that can be tuned to produce an extremely accurate fit.
The most notable design feature of the new 0311 iron line is COR2 a proprietary polymer core material that’s 20% faster than the original filler material yielding more ball speed accuracy and consistency with the same outstanding feel PXG irons are known for. The new irons feature more of the material than in the past as well as an extremely thin maraging steel clubface improving performance across the board.
“Joseph had lots of speed but was playing stock lightweight stiff-flex shafts in his irons and stock stiff shafts in his hybrid and woods. His miss with his irons was a push to the right no doubt exacerbated by his iron shafts being too soft and not stable enough for his speed and the way he loaded the club.