Lee Westwood’s Golf Clubs, equipment

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Take a close-up look at the clubs PGA Tour star Lee Westwood is playing this season.
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DRIVER: Ping G25, 9.5° (actual loft 10°), Aldila Tour Rogue 6X graphite shaft, X flex, 291 yards LEE SAYS: "It's quite a bit straighter than my previous one -- dispersion is tighter, and ball speed has increased. I recently switched to a lower-lofted head. With the adjustability, the same shaft with a new head works perfectly."
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FAIRWAY WOOD: Ping G25, 15° (actual loft 14.75°), Aldila Tour Green 75X graphite shaft, X flex, 265 yards LEE SAYS: "It sits nice and flush on the fairway. The shallow head suits my eye, because I like to tee it low and sweep it from the turf."
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HYBRID: Ping G25, 20° (actual loft 19°), Aldila Tour Green 85X graphite shaft, X flex, 240 yards LEE SAYS: "This versatile club lets me hit a variety of shots."
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IRONS: Ping i20, 3-PW, True Temper Dynamic Gold steel shafts, X flex LEE SAYS: "I moved into the i20 after significant testing during my off weeks. I won the Nordea Masters the first week these were in the bag."
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WEDGE: Ping Tour, 54°/WS (bent to 52°), 115 yards, and 60°/TS (bent to 61°), 95 yards. Both with True Temper Dynamic Gold steel shaft, X flex LEE SAYS: "My short game wasn't strong in 2009 and 2010, but I've made massive improvements. I get a lot more bite now than I did with my previous wedges."
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PUTTER: Ping Anser Milled LEE SAYS: "I've won with a variety of Pings, 15 models in all. I'll use a mallet if I'm struggling with alignment."
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BALL: Titleist Pro V1x (2013) LEE SAYS: "My ball flight is better with the driver -- I'm seeing a bit less spin versus the previous model."