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  • Chris Kirk was a PXG Troop for some time. The PGA Tour player thought of taking it to Twitter to post his own WITB. Nobody on Golf WRX was even aware of this change until he tweeted about it. This bag has the best of every manufacturer. TaylorMade driver and woods, Mizuno irons, Titleist in the short game. This is THE PERFECT set up. Check out his tools: TaylorMade 2017 M1 440 TaylorMade 2016 M2 3Wood Ping G400 2 Hybrid Mizuno MP-18 Blades Titleist Vokey Wedges Scotty Cameron Circle-T Prototype Have any questions about the equipment in this photo? Email […]

    Chris Kirk Tweets His New Tools (TaylorMade, Mizuno, Titleist)

    Chris Kirk was a PXG Troop for some time. The PGA Tour player thought of taking it to Twitter to post his own WITB. Nobody on Golf WRX was even aware of this change until he tweeted about it. This bag has the best of every manufacturer. TaylorMade driver and woods, Mizuno irons, Titleist in the short game. This is THE PERFECT set up. Check out his tools: TaylorMade 2017 M1 440 TaylorMade 2016 M2 3Wood Ping G400 2 Hybrid Mizuno MP-18 Blades Titleist Vokey Wedges Scotty Cameron Circle-T Prototype Have any questions about the equipment in this photo? Email […]

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  • The University of California Riverside alumni defended his title this past weekend at the 2017 Safeway Open. Brendan Steele, a Wilson Golf staffer, used a variation of tools to help win the tournament back to back years. The interesting factor to his equipment are his wedges. It is a good rule of thumb that you have 4 degree gaps between your wedges. For example, if your pitching wedge is 48 degrees, your next club should be 52, then 56, and finally 60. However, if you take a look at Steele’s Titleist Vokey SM6 wedges he does 50, 58, then 60!?! […]

    Brendan Steele’s Bizzare Wedge Gaping (50,58,60)

    The University of California Riverside alumni defended his title this past weekend at the 2017 Safeway Open. Brendan Steele, a Wilson Golf staffer, used a variation of tools to help win the tournament back to back years. The interesting factor to his equipment are his wedges. It is a good rule of thumb that you have 4 degree gaps between your wedges. For example, if your pitching wedge is 48 degrees, your next club should be 52, then 56, and finally 60. However, if you take a look at Steele’s Titleist Vokey SM6 wedges he does 50, 58, then 60!?! […]

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