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Matt Every’s winning bag from the Arnold Palmer Invitational

Matt Every’s winning bag from the Arnold Palmer Invitational

Matt Every captured his first-ever PGA Tour title this weekend at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. With a strong Saturday and Sunday, Every overcame a 9-shot deficit to start the weekend, eventually winning by one shot over Keegan Bradley.

His play was strong, smart, and focused. Impressive for sure.

As we do, here’s a look Matt’s bag for the week. Callaway through and through (well, almost!):

  • Driver: 9 degree Callaway Big Bertha with Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.0X shaft
  • 3 Wood: Callaway X2 Hot Pro
with Aldila Tour Blue 75X shaft
  • 5 Wood: 18 degree TaylorMade Burner SuperFast with Nventix Nunchuk shaft
  • Irons: Callaway Apex Pro (4-PW) with KBS Tour-V 125X shafts
  • Wedges: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 (52-12S, 56-14S and 60-8C) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts
  • Putter: Odyssey White Hot Pro #9
  • Ball: Callaway SR-3

Congrats Matt!

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Callaway ‘Kings of Distance’ live event goes tonight at 6:45 PM EST

Callaway ‘Kings of Distance’ live event goes tonight at 6:45 PM EST

In case you haven’t heard, Callaway’s ‘Kings of Distance’ event is live on March 17th at 6:45 PM EST. The event will feature Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson, Gary Woodland and Andrew Colsaerts in a skills challenge. No doubt we will be treated to some mad skills, and some LONG bombs.

Follow this link and tune in at 6:45 PM EST!

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Patrick Reed’s winning bag from the WGC Cadillac Championship

Patrick Reed's winning bag from the WGC Cadillac Championship

The ultra-confident Patrick Reed took home his 3rd PGA Tour title over the weekend, winning the WGC Cadillac Championship at Doral by one shot. Playing to the percentages, Reed played the tough par 4 18th as a par 5. He punched an iron off the tee, set himself up with a layup well short of the green, and then pitched on and two-putted for the victory.

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Anna Nordqvist signs with TaylorMade-Adidas

Anna Nordqvist signs with TaylorMade-Adidas

Adding to their stable of exceptional players, TaylorMade-Adidas have signed Anna Nordqvist as brand ambassador.

Nordqvist will play TaylorMade woods and irons, and wear Adidas footwear and apparel during her professional play around the globe.

Should be interesting to see if the change effects the Swedish star at all on the course. In previous years she was on the Cobra-Puma staff, and carried a mix of Cobra, PING (and I think some Callaway clubs too).

Best of luck to Anna in the 2014 LPGA season. With a talent like her’s, it’s hard not to expect big things!

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Kevin Stadler’s winning clubs from the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler's winning equipment from the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Last Sunday, Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event in wonderful fashion. The win was a big one for the big man, who used to follow his pops around Augusta National. This year, Kevin will be teeing it up at Augusta himself.

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Patrick Reed’s winning bag from the Humana Challenge

Patrick Reed’s winning bag from the Humana Challenge

Patrick Reed held on to win the Humana Challenge by two shots over Ryan Palmer this past weekend. The victory was a little too close for comfort for Reed, who held a seven shot lead at the beginning of the day. In the end, his final round 71 was good enough to secure victory.

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Callaway intros Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha Drivers

Callaway intros Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha Drivers

That’s right, the infamous ‘Big Bertha’ driver is back. Callaway is re-introducing the brand to market, in two new models.

The Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha both feature new tech from Callaway, and anyone that used to play a Bertha will want to give them a solid look, and perhaps even a try.

The Big Bertha has a 19% larger sweetspot compared to last years’ RAZR Fit Xtreme. It also features the same 8-way adjustable hosel used in Callaway’s Optiforce drivers.

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Could Ernie Els be switching to TaylorMade or Titleist?

Could Ernie Els be switching to TaylorMade or Titleist?

The telltale signs have been there.

During the Presidents Cup earlier this month, Els was found playing a Titleist ball. During the Venetian Macau Open, he was striking a ProV1X. Last week at the CIMB Classic, it was a TaylorMade Lethal. Could Titleist and TaylorMade be courting the Big Easy?

Could be, but it’s more likely that Ernie is simply testing out new gear to wrap up the season. Players have long been known to go on testing sprees to find new equipment that fits and works with their games. This could be nothing more than Ernie trying to find a ‘sweet spot’ with new balls and *shudder* new clubs.

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Ryan Moore’s winning bag from the CIMB Classic

Ryan Moore’s winning bag from the CIMB Classic

This past weekend, Ryan Moore brought home his third title, with a win at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia. The win vaulted him to 31st in the world rankings, his best ever.

As we like to do from time to time, let’s take a quick look at what Ryan had in his bag to bring home the victory:

  • Driver: 8.5 degree TaylorMade Burner Superfast TP with Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 7X shaft
  • 3 Wood: 15 degree TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 with Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 7X shaft
  • 5 wood: 19 degree TaylorMade RocketBallz with Fujikura Motore Speeder 8.2X shaft
  • Irons: Ping S55 (3-PW)
 with True Temper Dynamic Gold Lite Lite X100 shafts
  • Wedge: 54 degree Ping Tour Gorge with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shaft
  • Lob Wedge: 60 degree Callaway Mack Daddy 2 KBS Tour shaft
  • Putter: Yes! Sandy 12
  • Golf Ball: Titleist ProV1X

Well done, Ryan!

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Gary Woodland wins Reno Tahoe Open

Gary Woodland wins Reno Tahoe Open

Over the past weekend Gary Woodland captured the Reno Tahoe Open with a LOT of Callaway equipment in-tow. The impressive performance had him crushing the ball with his driver for an average of 333 yards off the tee. That’s scary long… but what’s even scarier is the fact that he did quite well in driving accuracy as well, hitting almost 80% of fairways.

Let’s take a look at what Gary had in the bag to bring home the win:

Driver: Callaway RAZR Hawk Prototype, 8.5 degrees
4-Wood: Callaway RAZR Fit Xtreme, 16.5 degrees
Utility: Callaway X-Tour 2-iron
Irons: Callaway RAZR X Muscleback (3-9)
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM4 with raw finish (48, 54 and 62 degrees)
Putter: Callaway Versa #1 Wide Black Putter
Ball: Callaway HEX Chrome+

With the win, Gary also earned himself a place in the PGA Championship at Oak Hill.

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