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May 09, 2014

Puma Pros Plan 'Pink Out' for Breast Cancer Research Sunday at the Players

Posted at 2:00 PM by Michael Chwasky

In honor of Mother's Day and to support breast cancer research and care, Puma players including Rickie Fowler, Jonas Blixt, Will MacKenzie and Graham DeLaet will be wearing all pink attire on Sunday at the Players Championship. Check out their apparel scripts to see if any of their gear appeals to your sense of style: 

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Rickie Fowler: Digi Sky Polo ($74.99), BioFusion shoes ($169.99), Six Pocket Pant ($79.99). 

Jonas Blixt: Golf Tech Polo ($54.99), BioFusion shoes, Six Pocket Pant ($79.99).

Will MacKenzie: Golf Tech Polo ($54.99), Tech Style Pant ($79.99), Neo Lux shoes ($179.99). 

Graham DeLaet: Golf Tech Polo ($54.99), Tech Style Pant ($79.99). 

(Photo: Courtesy of Puma)

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April 04, 2014

Rickie Fowler's 2014 Masters Puma Look

Posted at 1:24 PM by Michael Chwasky

The Masters is known for its own style, which normally includes a lot of genteel spring colors mixed with green and gold.

Rickie Fowler is also known for his own SoCal style with flat brim hats, bright colors, and matching shoes.

At this year's Masters, Puma has Rickie decked out in a mixture of designs, some a bit subdued, some not at all. Check out Rickie's clothing lineup for next week including the par-3 contest on Wednesday and some Oklahoma State orange for Sunday and think about which look you'd like to add to your closet. Or not. 

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(Photo: Courtesy of Cobra-Puma Golf)

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May 20, 2013

PUMA announces light (and bright) new golf shoe

Posted at 1:21 PM by Mark Dee

We learned three things about Puma's new Faas Lite line of golf shoes from the above video. They are: 1) Fashionable; 2) Flexible; and, 3) Flammable. It also looks like Rickie Fowler wears them, and they work as well riding jeweled low-rider bicycles as they do for playing golf.

Luckily, the good people at PUMA filled The Shop in on some of the finer points of the Faas Lite and Faas Lite Mesh shoes, which will hit stores the first week of June. Both spikeless models are based on minimalist running ideas, meaning they're super light, flexible, and flat heel to toe to give a barefoot feel. How light? The Mesh tips the scales at 6.5 oz. (5.5 oz. for women's), and the waterproof Lite weight 8.7 oz. (7.0 oz. for women's).

Of course, there's some sizzle to go with the (petit) steak, too. The Lite and the Lite Mesh each come in three distinct colorways (women's come in two), with two sets of laces in shades that need to be seen to be understood. (Brilliant Blue/Limeade? Why not.)

PUMA will also be releasing a limited edition Faas Lite Splatter, which will incorporate graphics from Rickie Fowler's 2010 "Golf Art" expo, where he went Pollack with a pitching wedge on some canvases.

Now the brass tacks. Here's how much they'll cost you:
Faas Lite: $100
Faas Lite Mesh: $90
Faas Lite Women’s: $90
Faas Lite Mesh Women’s: $80
Faas Lite Splatter: $110

As per our previous post, Nike will also be coming out with their minimalist TW'14 shoe that same week. So choose your brand -- and your color -- and pick up a pair to bust your midseason slump.

May 01, 2013

Cobra releases AMP Cell Junior Driver

Posted at 5:04 PM by Mark Dee

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If your kid's a fan of Rickie Fowler (or -- let's face it -- if you want him or her to be), here's one more orange item to add to the birthday list: The Cobra AMP Cell Junior driver.

This kid's club is no toy: It has all the bells, whistles, and adjustability of the big-boy AMP Cell Driver, a version of which Fowler plays on Tour. That means "Cell" head weighting for a larger sweetspot, a "SmartPad" sole to keep the clubface square at address, and the "MyFly" hosel, which can be adjusted to one of six settings: 11.5°, 12.5°, 12.5° Draw, 13.5°, 13.5° Draw and 14.5°.

The club comes with a youth-flex Fujikura Fuel shaft available in three lengths: 39" (recommended for ages 8-9), 41" (10-11) and 43" (12-14) . What's more, register the club online and receive one free shaft upgrade. The idea is that the club grows with the kid: As your golfer gets bigger, lower the loft and install one of the longer, firmer flex shafts instead of replacing the club wholesale.

According to Cobra, the club retails for $299 and is available at Golfsmith stores beginning May 1st.

(Illustration: Courtesy of Cobra)

August 08, 2012

PGA Championship apparel for Woods, Fowler, Schwartzel and more

Posted at 1:02 PM by Jessica Marksbury

It's the final major of the year, and that means it's also the last high-profile opportunity for golf companies to showcase their players wearing the latest apparel collections. This week, Rickie Fowler won't be the only player in bright colors and prints. Check out the scripts below for some of the season's best looks from brands like Nike, Callaway and Puma.

Nike:

Tiger scripting
Schwartzel scripting
Cink scripting
Casey scripting
Molinari scripting
Pettersson scripting
Dyson scripting
Coston scripting
Representing Puma, Rickie Fowler:
Rickie scripting

Brian Davis Scripting - PGA CHampionship

 

Keegan Bradley Scripting PGA Championship

Mark Wilson Scripting PGA Championship

 

Wearing Callaway, Alvaro Quiros (Friday - Sunday):
Alvaro's PGA Championship Scripting-2_new

Cameron Tringale PGA Championship

John Senden PGA Championship 2012
Poulter USPGA

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Garcia_PGA Champ_2012

Rose_PGA Champ_2012

June 28, 2012

Cobra unveils ‘Sunday Orange’ AMP driver

Posted at 10:39 AM by David Dusek

There was a time when drivers were like Model T Fords—you could have one in any color your liked as long as it was black. But with the release of a Sunday Orange version of its AMP driver, Cobra has added yet another hue to the rainbow of driver options.

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The special edition AMP driver, inspired by Cobra staffer Rickie Fowler's love for wearing orange on Sundays, comes standard with the same shaft Fowler uses—an orange Mitsubishi Diamana White Board. An orange Lamkin 3Gen grip completes the monochromatic look,

 The 460-cc titanium head is identical to the previously released AMP driver and features a face that is slightly asymmetrical and designed to be more forgiving on shots hit high in the toe and low in the heel areas. The head can also be adjusted into one of three different face-angle settings using a torque wrench to help players create more of a draw or fade bias.

The Sunday Orange edition AMP will be available in July at select Cobra retailers. You can also buy the club on golf.com. The company is only making the club in right-hand models in 9.5° and 10.5° lofts and the price will be $499. 

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May 06, 2012

Winner's Bag: Rickie Fowler at the Wells Fargo Championship

Posted at 8:17 PM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: Cobra AMP (9.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 73X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Ping i20 (15°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana X shaft
HYBRID: Adams Idea Pro Black (20°) with a Matrix OZIK HM2 Hybrid shaft
IRONS: Cobra AMP Pro Prototype Blades (4-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (48°, 50°, 55°, 59°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Select GoLo
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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January 24, 2012

Rickie Fowler talks about his switch to Cobra GOLF.com

Posted at 7:43 PM by David Dusek

SAN DIEGO — Rickie Fowler was at Torrey Pines Golf Course on Tuesday to help EA Sports promote the March release of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour '13 video game. Fowler joins Tiger on the game's box this year.

After he was done answering questions about the game, I had a chance to chat with Rickie about his recent equipment changes. Just a day before, Cobra Golf announced that Fowler had officially become a member of the company's tour staff, released several photos of the 23-year-old with his new Cobra gear and showcased a 30-second commercial featuring Fowler hitting a new Cobra AMP driver and crushing oranges.

Fowler has been wearing Puma footwear and apparel for a while, so in March 2010, when Acushnet sold Cobra Golf to Puma, some people, including myself, wondered if Fowler might leave Titleist and strike a deal with Cobra and become a "head to toe" player for a single company.

Fowler sent me, and a few others, the following tweet, in response:

But Fowler's contract with Titleist ended at the end of 2011. While he will still be playing Titleist's Pro V1 X golf ball, a Scotty Cameron putter and Vokey wedges (at least in the foreseeable future), plus an Adams hybrid, the rest of Fowler's gear is all Cobra now. Click here to see a gallery of Fowler's equipment.

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"I really started working on things during the last few weeks of December," he told me. "I think they did a very good job preparing themselves and getting everything ready for testing. They did a very good job with the irons getting them similar and comparable to the ones I was playing before [Titleist 712 MB] so there really wasn't a big transition there. They felt the same, flew the same ... so it was basically like putting a new set of what I already had in the bag."

Fowler says that he hits his new irons about the same distance he hit his Titleists, maybe just a touch farther. "Some of the guys back home at Medalist [Fowler's home course in Hobe Sound, Fla.] were complaining about some of the spots where I was hitting it, but I wouldn't say it was anything mind blowing." 

Fowler says replacing his Titleist 910D3 driver was a little more challenging, but he's comfortable with his new AMP driver.

"Obviously they tried to put together something that was as close to the specs as before," he said. "The shaft, weight, the swing weight ... everything like that. It just took a few drivers to get the right setup with the loft and everything, and I've actually been hitting it really well, so hopefully this week I'll be able to pump a few out there."

Below is a complete list of the clubs currently in Fowler's bag at Torrey Pines and you can click here to see a gallery of Fowler's gear:

DRIVER: Cobra AMP (8.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 73X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Cobra AMP (13°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana 'Ahina 80X shaft
HYBRID: Adams Idea Pro Black (20°) with a Matrix OZIK HM2 Hybrid shaft
IRONS: Cobra AMP Pro Prototype Blades (4-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
WEDGE: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (48°, 50°, 55°, 59°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Blackout prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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January 23, 2012

Rickie Fowler officially switches to Cobra Golf

Posted at 10:07 AM by David Dusek

LA JOLLA, Calif. — Rumors had been floating around the Internet for months that Rickie Fowler and Titleist were parting ways and that the young American was going to start playing Cobra Golf equipment. Fowler, 23, already wears apparel and footwear made by Cobra's parent company, Puma, and the clubmaker's newest line of woods and irons, the AMP series, is trimmed in Rickie-preferred orange.

Monday morning it became official. Inside Fowler's new Cobra bag will be a new AMP driver and 3-wood, along with a prototype set of Cobra AMP Pro irons.

Ricke and Cobra Bag

Get ready to see this Cobra-Puma Golf commercial, a lot:

Fowler had previously been using a Titleist 910D3 driver and 910F 3-wood, a pair of Adams Idea Pro Black 9031 hybrids and Titleist 712 MB irons.

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May 11, 2011

Substance with style: A tale of two Rickies

Posted at 5:06 PM by David Dusek

RickieFowler-Bag-Players_450x600 PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — There were two Rickie Fowlers at TPC Sawgrass this afternoon: The style icon and the 2010 Rookie of the Year who is trying to win for the first time on the PGA Tour.

One Rickie, wearing an all-pink ensemble trimmed in neon-green, made teenage girls lining the fairways squeal things like, "I love your outfit Rickie. You're so cute!"

The other Rickie, the golfer who proved his mettle in Walker Cup matches as an amateur and last fall in the Ryder Cup, said he's going to have to hit more fairways this week. Stray drives have led to fewer greens in regulation, which in turn makes it harder to make birdies. It’s a formula that's about as basic as it gets.

When it comes to golf equipment, Fowler's bag is filled with clubs that make both Rickies smile.

"This is my second set of [Titleist] 710 MBs," he said walking down the 10th fairway Wednesday. "I do like to put in the orange paint fill and kind of splash 'em up a little bit. Make 'em different. I started doing that in high school and at Oklahoma State. Some of the guys would do it for fun when we had a little bit of free time."

Fowler also has orange paint fill accents on his wedges and hybrids. He has also used custom-painted Mitsubishi Diamana White Board driver shafts; a few even had Oklahoma State Cowboy mascots embossed near the handle. 

But the clubs themselves, and his set makeup, are utilitarian by design. Fowler wants the versatility to play any shot on any course.

"If I'm going to the British Open I don't want to have to change clubs around," he said. "I don't want to change my driver by a degree if it's windy or if I want to hit a lower ball so it will run. You know, I just kinda want to work the ball and be able to do more than one thing with one club."

Fowler said his driver, an 8.5° Titleist 910D3 set to the D1 position, was the most challenging club to get just right. He played a 909D3 for more than two years, and tinkered with a 910 when they were first brought to the PGA Tour last summer, but developing confidence in the club simply took time.

"I played a few 910D2 heads last year, but I've been in the 910D3 since last November," he said. "I messed around with some 7.5° heads and then at the Honda [in March] I went to an 8.5° head."

Fowler said that with the 7.5° head he missed too many shots to the right and that his drives flew too low. "By going with an 8.5° I was able to spin the ball a little more and shots seemed to hold their flight a little bit better. I can also work it a little bit more, whereas with the 7.5°, if I wanted to hit a ball up in the air I had to really help it up."

If the two Rickies can get cozy with that driver, Fowler could contend here at The Players and create a potent blend substance and style.

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October 04, 2010

Ryder Cup Bags: Overton, Fowler, Mickelson, Watson, Woods

Posted at 1:41 PM by David Dusek

Rickie Fowler Ryder Cup Titleist Rickie Fowler:
DRIVER: Titleist 909D2 (7.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 73X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910F2 (13.5°) with a Mitsubishi 'ahina 80 shaft
IRONS: Titleist 710 MB (4-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (47°, 53°, 59°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Circa '62 No. 3 GSS
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

Phil Mickelson Ryder Cup Callaway Phil Mickelson:
DRIVER:
Callaway FT-9 Tour Authentic (7.5°) with a Mitsubishi Fubuki 73 X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Callaway Big Bertha Diablo (15°) with a Mitsubishi Fubuki 73 X shaft
HYBRID: Callaway Prototype (22°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana Thump X shaft
IRONS: Callaway X-Forged (4), X Proto (5-PW) with Rifle Project X 7.0 shafts
WEDGES: Callaway JAWS (53°, 60°, 62°) with Rifle Project X 7.0 shafts
PUTTER: Odyssey White Hot XG Blade
BALL: Callaway Tour ix 

Jeff Overton Ryder Cup Mizuno Jeff Overton:
DRIVER: TaylorMade Burner SuperFast (10.5°) with Fujikura Motore F3 60 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Mizuno F-60 (13.5°) with a Fujikura ROMBAX 8X07 shaft
HYBRID: Mizuno Hi Fli CLK (20°) with a Fujikura Speeder 904 shaft
IRONS: Mizuno MP-33 (2), MP-68 (4-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts<
WEDGES: Mizuno MP T-10 (5°2), Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (58°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts
PUTTER: Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

Bubba Watson Ryder Cup Ping

Bubba Watson:
DRIVER:
Ping G15 (7.5°) with a Grafalloy prototype shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Ping G15 (17°) with a Project X 8A1 shaft
IRONS:
Ping S59 (3-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
WEDGES: Ping Tour-W (52°, 56°, 63°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts>
Ping Redwood Anser
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

 

Tiger Woods Ryder Cup Nike Tiger Woods:
DRIVER:  Nike Victory Red Tour (10°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 73X shaft
FAIRWAY WOODS:
  Nike SasQuatch Sumo (15°, 19°) with Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 103g shafts
IRONS:
 Nike Victory Red Blades (3-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts
WEDGES:
  Nike Victory Red (56°, 62°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts
PUTTER:
  Titleist by Scotty Cameron Newport 2
BALL:
  Nike One Tour

(Photos: Mickelson, Watson, Woods/Robert Beck; Fowler, Overton, Thomas Lovelock)

September 28, 2010

My Bag: Rickie Fowler at the Ryder Cup

Posted at 10:30 AM by David Dusek

"My favorite recovery club is my 59° Vokey. I hit a variety of shots with it, and it's my go-to club."

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DRIVER: Titleist 909D2 (7.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White 73X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910F2 (13.5°) with a UST Mamiya ProForce V2 86X shaft
HYBRIDS: Adams Idea a7 (17°), Idea Pro Black (20°) with Matrix Ozik XCON HM2 X shafts
IRONS: Titleist 710MB (4-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (48°, 54°, 59°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Circa 62 No. 3
BALL:  Titleist Pro V1x

See-Try-Buy: Learn more about 
Titleist and Adams clubs, and schedule your fitting with GolfTEC.

(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

February 04, 2010

Rickie Fowler's Oklahoma State Mitsubishi Golf Shaft

Posted at 4:56 PM by David Dusek

Rickie Fowler, who plays a Mitsubishi Rayon White Board shaft in his driver, is a huge fan of his alma mater, Oklahoma State. As a little present, the company had a driver shaft specially painted OSU orange and black for him, then added an image of Pistol Pete, the school's cowboy mascot.

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(Photos provided by Mitsubishi Rayon)

February 02, 2010

Gear Notes: Michael Sim's Titleist Hybrid, TaylorMade's New Drivers, Ping's Irons and Callaway's New Tour i(z) Ball

Posted at 10:14 AM by David Dusek

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Michael Sim (right), who in 2009 won the Nationwide Tour money title and Player of the Year award, as well as a battlefield promotion to the PGA Tour, spent some time at the Acushnet Test Facility before the start of last week's Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

According to Titleist's Blog, Sim felt that the distance gap between his AP2 9-iron and his pitching wedge was too large, so he sought the help of some Titleist fitters. By switching from a 47° Vokey Design Spin Milled C-C to a club with 48°, the gap shrank from 18 yards to 12 yards.

Sim also told fitters that while his 695CB 2-iron worked well on the sandy, dry courses in his homeland of Australia, PGA Tour courses demanded shots that fly higher and stop quickly. After trying various hybrids, he put a prototype 503i with a Project X 6.5 shaft into his bag and took out the 2-iron.

Sim also asked Titleist reps to look at his putting stroke using the company's high speed cameras at the Scotty Cameron putting studio. "It wasn’t as good as what it was last year when I went in there," he told Titleist. "But we managed to correct that in probably 20 minutes."

Sim finished tied for second at Torrey Pines. Here is a complete list of his clubs:
DRIVER: Titleist 905R (8.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White 83 shaft

FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 909F2 (13.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana Blue 93 shaft

HYBRID: Titleist 503i with True Temper Project X shafts

IRONS: Titleist AP2 (3-9) with True Temper Project X shafts

WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled C-C (48°, 54°, 60°) with True Temper Project X shafts

PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Newport Squareback
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

TaylorMade
You've had a chance to read all about TaylorMade's newest drivers, the R9 SuperTri and the Burner SuperFast. Last week at Torrey Pines, PGA Tour pros had their first chance to hit the clubs on the range. The video below, provided by TaylorMade, shows some of their reactions:

Ping
There has been a lot of talk about Ping Eye2 wedges recently, especially after John Daly and Phil Mickelson used the venerable clubs in PGA Tour events. The grooves on the Eye2 wedges would be non-conforming with the USGA's new rules, except they were grandfathered to be legal in perpetuity thanks to a lawsuit Ping won 20 years ago. However, Ping cannot make more Eye2 irons and wedges with the old grooves, but on eBay the clubs are selling like hotcakes.

KJ Choi Ping Irons What was interesting to see at the Farmers Insurance Open was that there were 24 sets of Ping irons in play. Twelve sets were used by Ping staff players, and 12 were used by players NOT on Ping's staff, including K.J. Choi (right) who used a set of the company's new G15 irons. Choi, who is no longer a Nike staff player, also played with a TaylorMade r7 Limited driver.

Callaway
According to the company, Spain’s Alvaro Quiros switched to Callaway's new Tour i(z) ball at last week's European Tour event in Qatar, where he finished second behind Robert Karrlson. Callaway officials pointed out that the switch may have helped the longest hitter in Europe get a touch longer off the tee. Quiros averaged  317 yards per drive at this year's Qatar Masters; at the same event last season, he averaged 314 yards on his way to victory.

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(Photos: Sim/Lenny Ignelzi/AP Photos; Choi/Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

January 01, 2010

Bag of the Day: Rickie Fowler

Posted at 9:29 PM by David Dusek

On New Year's Day, it seems appropriate to look toward the future. Rickie Fowler, a former All-American at Oklahoma State who won the Hogan Award as a freshman, earned his 2010 PGA Tour card by finishing T15 at Q school. his powerful, fearless game almost won earned him a two-year exemption when nearly won the FRYS.com Open, a Fall Series event played in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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DRIVER: Titleist 909D2 (7.5°) with a Diamana White Board 73 X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: King Cobra S9-1 Pro (15°) with a Fujikura ZCom Pro 95 shaft
HYBRIDS: Titleist 585H (17°) with UST Proforce V2 100X shaft, Adams Pro Black (20°) with a Matrix Ozik XCON
IRONS: Titleist Forged MB (4-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design (47°, 53°) Spin Milled (59°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Newport prototype
BALL: Titleist's Pro V1x

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Click here for a complete list of players featured in Bag of the Day.

(Photo by Marc Feldman/Getty Images)




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