John Huh Golf Clubs PGA Tour

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Take a close-up look at the clubs 2012 Rookie of the Year John Huh is playing on the PGA Tour.
2 of 8 Courtesy of TaylorMade
DRIVER: TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Tour, 9°, Fujikura Speeder 6.1 graphite shaft, X flex, 282 yards JOHN SAYS: "It says 9°, but it's about 8.5°. Personally, I think it's better than the R1. It has a deeper face, which works great for that driver. The graphics on the crown have different colors -- visually, it helps my alignment."
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FAIRWAY WOOD: TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Tour, 14.5°, Matrix Ozik 7x3 White Tie graphite shaft, X flex, 250 yards JOHN SAYS: "I've been struggling to line up, and the graphics help my alignment. I've been hitting it really good. It's one of my favorites."
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HYBRID: Titleist 913H, 17°, UST Mamiya ProForce V2 89 graphite shaft, X flex, 230 yards JOHN SAYS: "It's easier to play than a 2-iron. I use it off the tee and the deck. I do a little bit of everything with it -- hit it low, high, anything."
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IRONS: TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour [3-PW], Project X 6.5 steel shafts, X flex JOHN SAYS: "I was using the TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC irons. The bigger [RBZ Tour] head is better for me. I get a little extra forgiveness in the long irons, and they help get the ball higher in the air so I can stop it closer to where it lands."
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WEDGES: TaylorMade ATV, 52°, Project X 6.5 steel shaft, X flex; 115 yards (pictured) and Titleist Vokey Design TVD, 60°, Projext X 6.0 steel shaft JASON SAYS: "I'm trying to follow in the path of K.J. Choi and Y.E. Yang, so I'm trying to use their clubs -- whatever helps. So far it's turned out really good."
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PUTTER: Odyssey Versa #1 Wide [Black/White/Black]
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BALL: Titleist Pro V1 [2013] JASON SAYS: "The numbers are pretty close to what I was using before. The biggest difference is the durability. They don't scuff like they used to -- which is good for the amateurs. They don't have to buy a lot of balls."