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Xander Schauffele WITB Sentry Tournament of Champions

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Pretty impressive debut for Callaway’s new driver snd irons  

Xander Schauffele WITB-Sentry Tournament of Champions

Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver (9*) – Graphite Design BB 7X Shaft

Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood (15*) - Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 8X Shaft

Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood (18*) -  Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 8X Shaft

Callaway Apex Pro 19 Irons (4-PW) - True Temper Dynamic Gold X 100 Shafts

Mack Daddy 4 Wedge (52*) - True Temper Dynamic Gold X 100 Shaft

SM 6 Wedges (56*, 60*) - True Temper Dynamic Gold X 100 Shafts

Odyssey O-Works Red #7 CH Putter

A Chrome Soft X Golf Ball

 

On Friday, Callaway officially announced their new Epic Flash Drivers, and at the TOC in Hawaii, and they officially debuted on Tour this week as well. Schauffele put in the new Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver model with a 9* head. There are four Epic Flash Sub Zero Drivers in play this week at the limited field event. His longest drive of the week so far is 405 yards!

 

 

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Was it the driver or the SuperSpeed training? :)


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What a great final round. I hope the kid has many more wins


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Now don't anybody take this the wrong way. Especially our good friend Golfspy CG 2.  But... who cares what a pro has in his bag? They all play the same equipment that's available to all of us and in any golf shop. It's not like they are playing clubs that none of us have access too. Something mysterious or unknown. On any given Saturday I could take a photo or describe a bag from Bushwood Muni and it would look just like Xander's. What would be interesting is if Xander or any other pro had a set of 1968 Wilson Staff or Mcgregor blades in the bag. Or perhaps a Tony Pena persimmon 3-wood. That would be impressive not to mention interesting.

On 1/6/2019 at 9:05 PM, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Joe Budweiser - Wednesday Evenings Knights of Columbus Points Champion debuted his new Callaway Driver and irons

Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver (9*) – Graphite Design BB 7X Shaft

Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood (15*) - Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 8X Shaft

Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood (18*) -  Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 8X Shaft

Callaway Apex Pro 19 Irons (4-PW) - True Temper Dynamic Gold X 100 Shafts

Mack Daddy 4 Wedge (52*) - True Temper Dynamic Gold X 100 Shaft

SM 6 Wedges (56*, 60*) - True Temper Dynamic Gold X 100 Shafts

Odyssey O-Works Red #7 CH Putter

A Chrome Soft X Golf Ball

 

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1 hour ago, PlaidJacket said:

Now don't anybody take this the wrong way. Especially our good friend Golfspy CG 2.  But... who cares what a pro has in his bag? They all play the same equipment that's available to all of us and in any golf shop. It's not like they are playing clubs that none of us have access too. Something mysterious or unknown. On any given Saturday I could take a photo or describe a bag from Bushwood Muni and it would look just like Xander's. What would be interesting is if Xander or any other pro had a set of 1968 Wilson Staff or Mcgregor blades in the bag. Or perhaps a Tony Pena persimmon 3-wood. That would be impressive not to mention interesting.

 

I think it's interesting to see how guys, who are playing competitively, comprise their bags.

Are they woods and irons? 

Do thet use hybrids? Utility irons? 

How many wedges and what lofts? 

Just fun to read about for most of us. I doubt anyone serious enough to be posting on a golf forum is playing a piece of equipment just because a pro is. 

 

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