MY BAG

FOR THE TRAVELERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Bubba Watson

"My approach to my club specs are the same as how I approach my swing: It's all about feel."

1. DRIVER

Ping

G15 (7.5°)

Ping.com

SHAFT: Grafalloy

Bimatrix (X flex)

Grafalloy.com

2. FAIRWAY METAL

Ping

G15 (17°)

SHAFT: True Temper

PX X8A1

Truetemper.com

3. IRONS

Ping

S59 (three through PW)

SHAFTS: True Temper

Dynamic Golf X-100

4. WEDGES

Ping

Tour-W (52°, 56°, 60°)

SHAFTS: True Temper

Dynamic Gold X-100

5. PUTTER

Ping

Redwood Anser

6. BALL

Titleist

Pro V1x

Titleist.com

7. SHOES

FootJoy

FJ Icon

Footjoy.com

GRIPS

Ping

703 gold

TECH TALK

WEIGHT CONTROL

TaylorMade came up with a new system that balances its irons while maintaining their consistency

IT'S HARD to play consistent golf if there are inconsistencies in your equipment. Club manufacturers go to great lengths to ensure that all the clubs within a given set are precisely matched to each other in terms of shaft weight, stiffness, flex point, frequency, center of gravity and overall swing weight. To match the swing weight, clubmakers often use a plug at the bottom of the shaft, but according to TaylorMade, the position and mass of that plug can alter the club's center of gravity and create inconsistencies between clubs.

A weight plug at the bottom of the shaft can alter the head's center of gravity, creating inconsistencies.

Varying center of gravity.

TaylorMade's precision weighting port is a removable weight that's centered in the clubhead.

TaylorMade can adjust the weight without affecting the center of gravity.

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TWO PHOTOSFRED VUICH (BALL, BAG) PHOTODARREN CARROLL (WATSON) PHOTOCOURTESY OF FOOTJOY (SHOE) TWO ILLUSTRATIONSCOURTESY OF TAYLORMADE THREE ILLUSTRATIONS
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)