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MY BAG: Geoff Ogilvy

March 04, 2013
March 04, 2013

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March 4, 2013

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MY BAG: Geoff Ogilvy

"The new Pro V1x feels softer and spins more on shorter shots, which is a great combination for me. It launches exactly the way I want to see it."

This is an article from the March 4, 2013 issue

1. DRIVER

Titleist 913D2 (9.5°)

titleist.com

Shaft: Aldila RIP Phenom 70X

aldila.com

2. FAIRWAY METALS

Titleist 913F.d (15°)

Shaft: Aldila RIP Phenom 80X

Cobra S9-1 Pro (18°)

cobragolf.com

Shaft: Fujikura Fit-On Sapphire

fujikuragolf.com

3. IRONS

Titleist MB 712 (three through nine)

Shafts: Nippon N.S. Pro proto

nipponshaft.com

4. WEDGES

Titleist Vokey Design SM4 (50°, bent to 49°; 55°; 60°)

Shafts: Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3

5. PUTTER

Titleist Scotty Cameron 009 prototype

6. BALL

Titleist Pro V1x

7. SHOES

FootJoy FJ ICON

footjoy.com

GRIPS

Golf Pride New Decade MultiCompound

golfpride.com

TECH TALK

In the Slot

ADAMS'S SPEEDLINE SUPER LS FAIRWAY METALS ARE BUILT FOR SPEED

Fairway metals are taking on the DNA of drivers more than ever before. Consider, for instance, the Adams Speedline Super LS with Velocity Slot Technology (VST) in the crown and sole. This design enables the face to flex more, which contributes to faster ball speeds and longer carry distance. The company's first adjustable fairway metal allows you to alter loft (+/- 1°), face angle (+/- 1°) and shaft length (+½"). Brian Gay used the 13-degree loft during his PGA Tour victory at the Humana Challenge in January. Additional options include designs with 15 and 18 degrees of loft and feature Mitsubishi Rayon's 70-gram Kuro Kage shaft.

The low-spin (LS) head combines a titanium crown, face and hosel with a heavier stainless-steel sole to achieve a low center of gravity.

PHOTOKOHJIRO KINNO (BAG)PHOTOKOHJIRO KINNO (BALL)PHOTOCOURTESY OF FOOTJOY (SHOE)PHOTODON EMMERT/GETTY IMAGES (OGILVY)PHOTOCOURTESY OF ADAMS (FAIRWAY METAL)