Winner’s Bag: Kevin Kisner Captures The WGC-Dell Match Play
Further solidifying himself as one of the best match play competitors in the world, Kevin Kisner outlasted the top players in the world en route to victory at the WGC-Dell Match Play Championship. In the second consecutive year reaching the finals at Austin CC, Kis leaned on his pinpoint accuracy off the tee and consistent putting to close out his third win on the PGA Tour. Check out what he had in the bag.
Tournament: The WGC-Dell Match Play
Epic Flash Sub-Zero
Kisner first put his driver in play at the start of 2019 (Sony Open). Like many staffers using Epic Flash, Kisner has been impressed by the ball speeds that he’s seeing from his driver and Flash Face Technology. It’s long, straight, and easy for Kevin to shape the driver, according to our Tour Reps. Xander Schauffele, Francesco Molinari, and the winner of the Genesis Open have already won on the PGA Tour using an Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver this year.
Kisner also likes the consistency from his Epic Flash Sub Zero 3-wood – it’s a dependable option for him off the tee, and into the green on Par-5s. Callaway continues to be the #1 Fairway Wood brand across the major worldwide Tours in 2019.
Using the Apex Pro irons, Kisner gets the optimum ball flight and accuracy needed to perform at his best. Apex Pro is a high tech forged players iron built on soft, responsive feel & pinpoint control in high performance grooves.
Kisner’s Odyssey Putter has been his gamer for years, and it is cut to 34 ¼” with 3.5* of loft. Odyssey continues to dominate in worldwide wins and the worldwide putter count this year, and this week there were 28 Odyssey putters in play at the WGC (no other brand had more than 14). Odyssey also earned another PGA Tour win today at Puntacana.