2011 PGA Championship golf equipment, professional golfers' clubs
2011 PGA Championship golf equipment, professional golfers’ clubs
Thursday, December 01, 2011
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Jason Dufner plays Titleist's 710 AP2 irons and >Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges.
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Scott Verplank uses a Ping Anser putter that might be older than many of the players in the field.
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D.A. Points uses venerable Ping i5 irons and the company's new Tour-W TS wedges.
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Brendan Steele plays Titleist's 710 MB irons and Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges.
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Jim Furyk is one of a growing number of players who have switched to a belly putter. His model is an Odyssey White Ice DART.
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Rocco Mediate is playing an Adams Fast 10 driver that would look at home on a pirate ship.
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Tiger Woods will rely on these Nike VR Pro Blade irons to help him try to win his fifth PGA Championship.
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K.J. Choi played Ping irons most of last season but switched to Miura Forged CB-501 cavity back irons. On Wednesday, the Players champion had a Ping G15 and i15 3-iron in his bag along with two Adams Idea Black Super Hybrids.
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Padraig Harrington is playing Wilson's FG Tour V2 irons.
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Matteo Mannesaro is using a yet-to-be-released Scotty Cameron California Series Monterrey putter.
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Rickie Fowler is playing the new Titleist 712 MB irons, but like his old clubs, they're trimmed in Oklahoma State orange.
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Aaron Baddeley is currently using Adams prototype muscleback irons. He's been using the pink, teddy bear-covered putter headcover for years.
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Lucas Glover plays Nike's VR Pro Combo irons and VR Pro Forged wedges.
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Luke Donald plays Mizuno's MP-62 irons and MP T-11 wedges.
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Adam Scott used these Titleist 710 MB irons last week to win the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Darren Clarke hit several shots on the range Tuesday from a downhill lie.
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Clarke has decorative green paintfill added to his TaylorMade TP xFT wedges. The "D.C. 60" on both wedges refers to the lowest score the Irishman has shot in competition.
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Nick Watney turned a sign into a training aid on Tuesday as Butch Harmon looked on. Watney is using Titleist's new 712 AP2 irons.
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Rickey Barnes is playing Wilson's new FG Tour V2 irons and a Callaway X Series JAWS wedge.
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Tommy Gainey is using Adams Idea Tech a4 Forged irons and Cleveland 588 wedges
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Ryo Ishikawa is not a tall guy, but this Yonex driver that one of his friends was carrying around the range probably won't fit him.
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Pros who visited the Adams Golf tour van Monday were greeted by a wall of hybrids attached to a wide variety of colorful shafts.
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J.B. Holmes uses Cobra Pro CB irons and Callaway X Forged wedges.
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J.J. Henry plays Callaway's RAZR X Forged irons, but his set is unfinished so the raw steel slowly rusts.
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K.J. Choi practiced his putting Monday while using a mirror and a string to ensure his eyes were in the correct position at address. He uses an Odyssey White Hot #2.
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Keegan Bradley uses Cleveland CG14 wedges with a decidedly Irish feel, even though he's originally from Vermont.
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Webb Simpson is planning to put Titleist's new 712 AP2 irons into play for the first time this week.
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Plenty of Ping Tour-S Rustique wedges were waiting outside the company's tour van for players to try.
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David Toms won the last PGA Championship played at Atlanta Athletic Club in 2001. His autograph is in high demand this week.