Bradley’s PGA clubs
Keegan Bradley won the PGA Championship in his first attempt on a Georgia that broke a good few hearts.
Rising US star Keegan Bradley won the PGA Championship in his first attempt on an Atlanta Athletic Club course in Georgia that broke a good few hearts of some very classy players.
He also made history in that he was the first winner of a major to wield a long-handled putter of any description, in his case an Odyssey White Hot XG Sabretooth belly putter.
But in case you were wondering what other clubs the US PGA Tour’s Rookie of the Year carried in his bag on his way to his unexpected but equally outstanding victory in the final major of the year, the manufacturers, Cleveland-Srixon have proudly announced that all of his woods, his hybrids, his irons and his wedges were Clevelands and that his ball was a Srixon X-star.
Here is a full description of the 14 clubs Bradley carried in his bag
DRIVER: A Cleveland Launcher UltraLite TL 310 (10.5°) with a Miyazaki Kusala 61 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: A Cleveland Launcher FL (14°) with a Miyazaki Kusala 83 shaft
HYBRIDS: A Cleveland Launcher DST (18°) with a Project X XHB6 shaft and a Mashie TM3 (20.5°) with a Miyazaki C Kua 105 shaft
IRONS: Cleveland CG7 Tour (4-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
WEDGES: Cleveland CG14 (52°, 58°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
PUTTER: Odyssey White Hot XG Sabretooth
BALL: Srixon Z-Star
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