Thomas has long used Titleist equipment but he has made some changes since his last PGA Tour win. At the Honda Classic in February he used a Titleist 917 D2 driver and a Titleist 917 F2 fairway wood.
Although a lot was made of DJ’s switch from his Scotty Cameron blade to the Spider Tour Black Jason Day was already playing almost the exact same putter in Red. DJ evidently expressed interest and the rest is history. Day’s model is basically identical except for a slightly softer Surlyn face insert.
Thomas now heads to St. Louis and Bellerive Country Club for the 2018 PGA Championship. Thomas will attempt to defend his title won last year at Quail Hollow and capture his second career major victory.
The LO is the most compact model with a low and forward CG location that promotes a low-mid trajectory. It’s the most iron-like design of the group and is most likely to work for those with faster clubhead speeds.
Stenson’s been a machine on the greens for the last few years. He was one of the early PGA Tour adopters of the high-MOI fang-style mallet design and he continues to use it to his advantage. His current Odyssey White Hot Pro model also features the company’s soft-feeling White Hot insert.
“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.
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.
Last year’s PGA champion Justin Thomas grabbed his third victory of the season at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational via a final-round 69 and 15-under-par total.
The FULL sole is available in 56°-60° while the MID is available in 46°-60° and the LOW in 56°-64°. The new XLOW comes in 56° and 60° only.
The new GAPR clubs are of interest to a lot of folks and for good reason as they do what they’re designed to do very well. The simple answer to your question is yes the GAPR line is designed for any player who needs to bridge the gap between their longest iron and shortest fairway wood which in reality is pretty much everyone.
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.
The new RTX 4 also differs from the previous RTX 3 by offering less offset a more compact profile and four new sole grinds all of which were designed via significant input from Cleveland Tour staff members like Keegan Bradley Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry.