PGA Championship 2022 + Titleist equipment

Date Posted:25 May 2022 

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Justin Thomas winners 2022 PGA

 

What s in the bag

 

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Driver: Titleist TSi3 (10°)

Mitsubishi Diamana ZF 60 TX

3-wood: Titleist TS3 (15°)

Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Blue 85 TX

5-wood: Titleist 915 Fd (18°)

Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 9.2 Tour Spec X

Irons: Titleist T100 (4), 621.JT (5-9)

True Temper DG Tour Issue X100

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (46°, 52°, 56°)

Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks (60°)

True Temper DG Tour Issue X100 (46), S400 (52-60)

Putter: Scotty Cameron X5 Tour Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

 

 

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Back to basics

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If you want to improve your game, give us a call on 95173471 and make an appointment for a lesson with our PGA David.

 

Product-Review

 

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Over 400 PGA players are brand ambassadors currently representing Titleist equipment and over 70% of current PGA professionals are using a Titleist ball. With gear that is tried and tested by the best players in the world it is no wonder that so many amateur golfers want to use the same gear that their favorite pro uses. See some product info here. Golf Traders always have a great range of Titleist woods, irons, wedges, putters, bags and balls available in store now. Have a look at some of the product we have right here.

 

Results

 

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The PGA Championship was the second major of the year and was held at Southern Hills CC in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After starting the final day seven shots back, Justin Thomas (-5) only worried about his own score and after a closing 67 and some fortunate assistance from the leader, the 29 year old completed a stunning comeback and found himself in a playoff with fellow American Will Zalatoris. The pair headed out for a three hole aggregate playoff and after a birdie on the second hole Thomas found himself in the lead for the first time and went on to win his second major with a par on the final hole. See some extended highlights here. Overnight leader Mito Pereira (-4) had a soul destroying double bogey on the final hole and ended up sharing third place along with Cameron Young from the USA. See the final hole meltdown here. Sharing fifth place were English duo Tommy Fleetwood (-3) and Matthew Fitzpatrick along with American Chris Kirk. Australians in the field were Cameron Smith (E), Lucas Herbert (E), Marc Leishman (+4), Cam Davis (+6) and Jason Day (+8).

 

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The Korn Ferry tour played the AdventHealth Championship at the Blue Hills Country Club in Kansas City, Missouri. After his 19 footer fell in on the final hole for his 23rd birdie of the week, Trevor Cone (-16) from the USA overtook the leader and grabbed his second career tour title. After three putting the final hole, fellow American Taylor Montgomery (-15) was alone in second followed by MJ Daffue (-14) from South Africa. Tied for fourth place were Michael Feagles (-13) from the USA and compatriot Grayson Murray. Aussies in the field were Brett Drewitt and Rhein Gibson however neither player made the cut.

 

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The European Challenge tour held the Challenge de España at Iberostar Real Club de Golf Novo in Sancti Petri, Cadiz, Spain. Starting the final day one shot off the lead, Sweden's Jens Dantorp (-10) capped off a blemish free weekend with a closing 66 to claim his 3rd tour title, five years since his last and ten years since his first. Hometown hopeful Victor Pastor (-7) was the overnight leader but closed with 70 to be alone in second place. Mikael Lindberg (-5) from Sweden finished third followed by Switzerland’s Jeremy Freiburghaus (-4). Sharing fifth place were Frenchman Edgar Catherine (-3) and Spain's Eduardo De La Riva. The only Australian to make the cut was Dimitrios Papadatos (+7).

 

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The Japanese tour played the Golf Partner Pro-Am Tournament at the Toride Kokusai Golf Club in the Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. At the end of the day it was three locals heading back for extra holes with overnight leader Tomoharu Otsuki (-22), Shugo Imahira and Tomohiro Kondo who raced into the playoff with a flawless 59. In the end it was last week's winner Imahira who prevailed with a birdie on the second extra hole. Starting the day in joint second place, Brad Kennedy (-21) from Australia started well but had a couple of late bogeys just missing out on the playoff and tied for fourth place along with Kazuki Higa. Next in line were fellow Japanese Kaito Onishi (-20) and Yuta Ikeda (-19). Other Aussies in the field were Anthony Quayle (-15), Brendan Jones (-13) and Andrew Evans (-10).

 

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The LET played the Jabra Ladies Open Presented By Bitstamp at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Évian-les-Bains, France. Starting the final day three shots back, Tiia Koivisto (-6) birdied the final hole and closed with a 66 to join overnight leader Whitney Hillier from Australia in a sudden death playoff. The 28 year old from Finland holed a putt for birdie on the first extra hole to claim her maiden tour title leaving Hillier still chasing her first victory. See what the winner had to say here. Tied for third place were Germany's Leonie Harm (-3) and Johanna Gustavsson from Sweden. Defending champion Pia Babnik (-2) from Slovenia shared fifth place along with Spain's Carmen Alonso.

 

Current World Ranking

 

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PGA Tour up coming event

 

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Next week the PGA tour will be in Fort Worth for the Charles Schwab Challenge. Jason Kokrak will be at Colonial Country Club to defend his title. Notables in the field will be Justin Thomas, Garrick Higgo, Bryson DeChambeau, Tommy Fleetwood, Jordan Spieth, Gary Woodland, Justin Rose, Abraham Ancer, Will Zalatoris, Sam Burns, Collin Morikawa and Sungjae Im. Aussies heading to Texas will be Cam Davis, Lucas Herbert, Minwoo Lee and Matt Jones.

 

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Golf Traders is now Sydney’s Mizuno Fitting Specialist!
This amazing Mizuno fitting system has been the industry’s top fitting system since 2009 as the shaft itself measures all our data and gets you ready to be fitted for the perfect club.
Based in Stanmore, Sydney, Golf Traders can help you find your unique iron specification. In just 10 minutes Mizuno’s Swing DNA system can shortlist the best matched 3 irons shafts – from over 40 options.

 

With another 20 minutes you can test the outcomes and identify the set make up best suited to your unique Mizuno Swing DNA. Just 5-7 days later your unique iron set can be ready for dispatch from our assembly line.

Fitting can be done throughout the day or weekend at the store in Stanmore with golf professional David Fearns on hand to help you throughout the fitting.

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