Arnold Palmer will always be The King at Bay Hill, but Matt Every is certainly giving him a run for his money. For the second year in a row, Every stared down some of the best players in the world (including fellow Callaway staffer Henrik Stenson) and walked off as the champion at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Here are the 14 Callaway clubs and golf ball that he used to make it back-to-back wins at Bay Hill.
Big Bertha V Series Driver (9*)
X2 Hot 3Deep Fairway Wood (14.5*)
Big Bertha Alpha 815 Fairway Wood (18*)
X Utility Prototype (2-iron)
Apex Pro Irons (4-9)
Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (47*, S Grind, 11* of bounce)
Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind Wedge (54*, T Grind, 11* of bounce)
Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (60*, C Grind, 8* of bounce)
Odyssey Works Versa #9 Putter
An SR 3 Golf Ball
Matt had a strong week off the tee with his Big Bertha V Series Driver, which is set to a Neutral directional bias and a -1 Loft adjustability, and he hit 11 of 14 fairways during the final round.
The Callaway Staff Pro carded a brilliant 66 on Sunday, and capped it off in style by rolling in a downhill birdie putt with an Odyssey Works Versa #9 Putter. He started the week with a new Odyssey Milled Collection #9 model and on Sunday he put in the Odyssey Works model. Both putters feature the new Fusion RX insert that combines the legendary White Hot insert with Metal-X roll and an ultra thin stainless steel mesh.
He was wearing Callaway appearal as well, including a Callaway Golf Opti-Dri Performance Polo, which has Opti-Dri Technology that transferred moisture away from his body to keep him dry down the stretch.
Congrats to Matt on an awesome win!
Stenson Finishes 2nd With XR Driver In The Bag
Callaway staffer Henrik Stenson finished in 2nd place at Bay Hill with an XR Driver (9*) in the bag. His gamer has a 45” long shaft with 2” tipping and is set to a Neutral directional bias and Standard loft adjustability. He had a great week off the tee and hit over 80% of fairways for the event.
Jason Kokrak played an XR Driver (10.5*) at Bay Hill too on the way to a T6 finish. He ranked 3rd in the field in driving distance at 305.5 yards per drive.
Speaking of XR, if you want to pick up outrageous speed off the tee, check out this tip from Gary Player.