Here’s a full list of the Callaway gear the San Diego native used to get the job done with a blistering final-round 62.
Xander Schauffele won with brand-new irons and driver, Rory McIlroy has been messing around with a new setup, and much more from Hawaii.
Remember the golfer who shot a 63 in the final round of Q-school after his clubs were stolen? Well, he’s finally been reunited with them.
The new Stroke Lab putters are designed with a unique weighting system aimed at improving the quality and consistency of the stroke.
Callaway is one of the leading players in the industry, and by the looks of their 2019 offerings, they have no plans on letting up.
If you fancy yourself a short game wizard like Phil, or just want to be one, the new PM Grind 19 wedges are right up your alley.
Callaway’s latest club line consists off both the Epic Flash and Epic Flash Sub Zero drivers, as well as two woods.
The Apex 19 irons incorporate a VFT face design in the short irons for more spin control and accuracy in the scoring zone.
As an equipment free agent, the Italian had the opportunity to do whatever he pleased with his bag setup entering the week in Hawaii.
Abraham Ancer will have some new Miura clubs in the bag this season, including a set of CB-301 cavity-back irons that have yet to be released.