Wells Fargo Championship 2022 + Cleveland RTX ZipCore Wedges on Sale!

Date Posted:11 May 2022 

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What s in the bag


Max Homa


Driver: TSi3 (10°)

Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X

3-wood: TSi2 (15°)

Aldila Rogue Silver 130 MSI 80 TX

5-wood: TSi2 (21°)

Graphite Design Tour AD XC 9 TX

Irons: T100S (4), T100 (5), 620MB (6-9)

KBS $ Taper 130 X

Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 (46°, 50°, 56°, 60°)

Shafts: KBS $ Taper 130 X (46)

KBS Hi Rev 2.0 125 S (50-60)

Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X T5.5 Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1



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The PGA tour held the Wells Fargo Championship at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm in Potomac, Maryland. On a cold and wet course, Max Homa (-8) started the final day two shots back. After some help from the leader and some solid play of his own the 31 year old American closed with a 68 to capture his fourth tour title. See some highlights here. Sharing second place were England's Matthew Fitzpatrick (-6) and American duo Cameron Young and overnight leader Keegan Bradley who closed with a disappointing 72. Alone in fifth place was Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy (-4) followed by Germany's Stephan Jaeger (-3) who tied for sixth place along with India''s Anirban Lahiri and Lanto Griffin from the USA. Jason Day (-1) was the only Aussie to make the cut and he started the week well with 63/67 but his 79 on Saturday knocked the wind out of his sails.


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The Champions tour held the Mitsubishi Electric Classic at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Georgia. With his only win on the senior's tour coming in this tournament back in 2018, American Steve Flesch (-11) fired a 65 to overcome a four shot deficit and claim his second tour title. See some final round highlights here. Tied for second place were Ireland's Padraig Harrington (-10) and American duo Fred Couples and David Toms who was overnight leader but he closed with a 70. South Africa's Ernie Els (-9) was fifth followed by Mark Walker (-8) from the USA. Australians in the field were Stuart Appleby (-4), John Senden (+1), Rod Pampling (+2) and Stephen Leaney (+5).




The Korn Ferry tour played the Simmons Bank Open for the Snedeker Foundation at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee. After a few years of wondering about his career choice, 26 year old Brent Grant (-16) came home with his third 69 of the week and finally claimed an emotional maiden tour title. Overnight leader Kevin Yu (-15) from Taiwan just missed his birdie on the last hole, closed with a 71 and was alone in second. Tied for third place were Vincent Norrman (-14) from Sweden and Zack Fischer from the USA. The only Aussie to make the weekend cut was Harrison Endycott (-3).



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The European tour held the British Masters at The Belfry in Sutton Coldfield, England. It's been a long four years but after an eagle / birdie finish on both Saturday and Sunday, Denmark's Thorbjørn Olesen (-10) is finally back in the winner's circle. See his pair of round 3 eagles here. Hot on his heels was Sebastian Soderberg (-9) from Sweden who was solo second. Richie Ramsay (-8) was looking like the winner until a double bogey on his final hole put him in a tie for third place with fellow Scotsman Connor Syme and South African Justin Walters. American Chase Hanna (-7) shared fifth place with Germany's Hurly Long. The only Aussie in the field was Jason Scrivener (E).


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The European Legends tour held the Riegler & Partner Legends at Golf Club Murhof in Murhof Gruppe, Austria. After a 64 on Saturday, Scotland's Euan McIntosh closed with a 73 to capture his maiden senior title. Alone in second place was James Kingston (-9) from South Africa. Tied for third place were Sweden's Joakim Haeggman (-8), Frenchman Marc Farry and Adilson Da Silva from Brazil. See some final round highlights here. There were no Aussies in the field.



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The LET played the Madrid Ladies Open at the Jarama-RACE Golf Club in Ciudalcampo, Spain. After a flawless course record of 63 on Saturday, Ana Peláez (-23) started the final day with a three shot lead. The 24 year old Spaniard then fired a blemish free 66 to capture her maiden tour title by a convincing 6 shot margin. See some highlights here. Alone in second place was Sweden’s Linnea Strom (-17). Tied for third place were Gabriella Then (-15) from the USA, Pia Babnik from Slovenia, Manon de Roey from Belgium and Spanish amateur Cayetana Fernandez. The only Australian girl in the field was Kristalle Blum (+6).




The Australasian tour played the NT PGA Championship on the Palmerston Golf Course in Palmerston City, NT. After firing a course record 61 in the second round, Austin Bautista (-20) started Sunday's round with a 6 shot lead. With three birdies over his final four holes, the 25 year old closed with a 69, matched the tournament scoring record and captured his first tour title. Sharing second place a distant seven shots back were Ben Wharton (-13) and Tim Hart. Alone in fourth place was Aaron Pike (-12) followed by Deyen Lawson (-11) who tied for fifth along with Sam Brazel.



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The Asian tour held the 41st Maekyung Open at the Namseoul Country Club in Seongnam, South Korea. Riding high on a 6 month purple patch, hometown favourite Bio Kim (-9) started the day with a four shot lead and then came home with a 72 to claim his first title under the Asia tour banner. Next in line were fellow Koreans Mingyu Cho (-7) and Kyongjun Moon (-6). Other locals heading up the leaderboard were Jiho Yang (-5) and Jaeho Kim (-4) who shared fifth place with Taehoon Ok and Joohyung Kim. The only Aussie to make the weekend cut was Wonjoon Lee (+7).




The Latino American tour held the Quito Open at the Quito Tenis y Golf Club in Quito, Ecuador. After the third round was suspended due to rain, American Manav Shah (-22) had to finish six holes early on Sunday morning and closed his round with consecutive birdies. He returned a couple of hours later and shot a flawless 66 to claim his maiden tour title. Sharing second place were fellow Americans Joel Thelen (-20) and Mitchell Meissner. Alone in fourth place was Kevin Velo (-18) from the USA followed by Frenchman Rowin Caron (-17). There were no Australians in the field.

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Next week the tour will head down to Texas for the Byron Nelson. Kyoung-hoon Lee will be at TPC Craig Ranch to defend his title. Keep an eye out for Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Will Zalatoris, Jhonattan Vegas, Sebastian Munoz, Jordan Spieth, Lee Westwood, Maverick McNealy, Dustin Johnson, Joaquin Niemann, Sam Burns, Xander Schauffele, Lanto Griffin, Henrik Stenson and Hideki Matsuyama. Aussies in the field will be Jason Day, Brett Drewitt, Adam Scott, Marc Leishman and Cameron Percy.







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