Graeme McDowell gets new irons and wedge, but keeps old woods

Graeme McDowell may have signed a new endorsement deal with Srixon, but a few of his old clubs made their way into his new bag. Via Twitter on Wednesday he listed the equipment he plans to use this week at Kapalua. Graeme-McDowell-Srixon-Kapalua_600x600 GraemeMcDowellSrixonTweet-3 GraemeMcDowellSrixonTweet-2 GraemeMcDowellSrixonTweet-1 The driver he refers to in that last message, specifically, is a Callaway FT Tour (8.5°) with an Aldila RIP 60 shaft. The hybrids are Adams Idea Pro (17°, 21°). The 17° has an Aldila NVS 85 shaft, and the 21° has an Aldila VooDoo XVS8 shaft. His putter is from the Odyssey White Hot line.
I spoke with a representative from Cleveland/Srixon via e-mail on Wednesday. The company was aware that the 2010 U.S. Open champ might keep using some of his Callaway and Adams clubs for a while. According to the source, McDowell has been testing Cleveland's Launcher UltraLite TL 310 driver, so look for that club to possibly become his new gamer in the weeks ahead. See-Try-Buy: Learn more about Cleveland, Callaway/Odyssey and Srixon clubs, and schedule your fitting with GolfTEC. Related: Follow David Dusek on Twitter | Facebook

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