Lydia Ko won a cool $1.5 million and Henrik Stenson beat some of the best in the world to win his second straight DP World Tour Championship. Both of them played 14 Callaway clubs, and here’s a look at some of the key equipment in their winning bags:
Henrik Stenson WITB
- X2 Hot Driver (9-degree)
- Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind Wedge (52-degree, 10-degrees of bounce)
- Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind Wedge (58-degree, 9-degrees of bounce)
- Odyssey White Ice 2-Ball V-Line Putter
His driver has a 45″ shaft, and it’s set to the Neutral directional bias and a -1 Loft adjustability. He was 2nd for the week in driving accuracy (82.1%), 2nd in driving distance (309.9 yards per drive), and he hit 83.3% of greens.
With the win, Henrik moved to No.2 in the world rankings and finished second in the Race to Dubai. Congrats to the “Ice Man” on a great win!
Lydia Ko WITB – CME Group Tour Championship
Here are the 14 clubs that Callaway staffer and 2014 LPGA Rookie of the Year Lydia Ko is playing this week at the CME Group Tour Championship:
- X2 Hot Pro Driver (8.5-degree)
- X2 Hot Fairway Wood (15-degree)
- Big Bertha Fairway (18-degree)
- X2 Hot Pro Hybrid (20-degree)
- X2 Hot Pro Hybrid (23-degree)
- X2 Hot Pro Hybrid (25-degree)
- Apex Pro Irons (6-PW)
- Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind Wedges (54, 60)
- Odyssey Tank Cruiser 330 Mallet
Her driver is set to a draw directional bias and standard loft and she’s been playing it all year long. She also plays with UST Mamiya Recoil 670 F3 shafts if her irons and wedges.
So to recap, in her first full year as a pro here’s what the 17-year-old Callaway did: three wins, youngest Rookie of the Year ever, $1.5 million payday after winning the CME Globe title, and the youngest player ever to $1 million career earnings. Congratulations to Lydia on an historic season!