American Billy Horschel defeated compatriot Scottie Scheffler 2&1 in the final of the World Golf Championships Match Play on Sunday. Take a look inside his winning bag.
DRIVER: Titleist TSi3 with 9˚ loft, fitted with Project X EvenFlow Riptide 65 6.5 shaft.
3-WOOD: Titleist TSi2 with 15˚ loft, with Project X HZURDUS Smoke 70 6.5 shaft.
5-WOOD: Titleist TSi2 with 18˚ loft, with Project X HZURDUS Smoke 80 6.5 shaft.
IRONS: PING Blueprint (3-iron and 5-iron to pitching wedge), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts.
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (52˚-12˚ F Grind, 56˚-10˚ S Grind & 60˚-08˚ V Grind), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts.
PUTTER: PING Sigma 2 Tyne.
BALL: Titleist Pro V1.
- It was a battle between two equipment free agents in the final at Austin Country Club, with both Horschel and Scheffler currently without full bag equipment contracts and both carrying unbranded bags. A past PING and PXG staff player, Horschel uniquely carries a traditional 3-iron in his setup, before skipping a 4-iron to make room for both a 5-wood and a fourth wedge.
- Horschel continues the extremely strong run for Titleist’s TSi series of drivers around the world on all Tours, and makes it a double win weekend alongside Bryden Macpherson at the NSW Open. Like many of his fellow non-contracted players, Horschel has opted for one of Titleist’s four latest driver models, and also has the fairway woods in play. The former FedExCup champion’s choice of irons – PING’s Blueprint – also developing a very strong following on the PGA Tour.
- Horschel is part of a foursome of wins around the world for Titleist golf balls this past week. The brand’s Pro V1 line used by the victors at the WGC, PGA Tour, European Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia.
QUOTE: “I know I've won on Tour and I feel like I should have won more. I should have at least contended more in some of these WGC events and Majors. I think everyone who knows me or is around me knows that I put in a tireless amount of work, day-in and day-out, and sometimes I'm hard on myself when I'm not seeing the results right away and that's why I probably haven't consistently played well week-in, week-out, year to year.” – Bill Horschel.