WINNING SCORE: 18-under-par, 270.


DRIVER: Callaway Rogue with 9° loft, fitted with Mitsubishi Chemical Diamana Kai’li 60 TX shaft.

3-WOOD: Callaway Rogue with 15° loft, with Mitsubishi Chemical Diamana Kai’li 70 TX shaft.

IRONS: Callaway X-Forged UT (18° & 24°) and Callaway X-Forged ‘21 (4-iron to 9-iron), with Project X Evenflow Blue 85G 6.5 (18°) and True Temper Dynamic Gold SL X100 shafts.

WEDGES: Callaway MD5 Jaws Satin (46°-10° S, 52°-10° S, 56°-08° C & 60°-12° X), with True Temper Dynamic Gold SL X100 shafts.

PUTTER: Odyssey Toulon Prototype.

BALL: Callaway Chrome Soft X LS.



  • The Masters winner is very much in the stick with what works camp. Willett’s driver one of the older models in play week-to-week on the major men’s Tours. The Rogue driver was released in early 2018 and was a favourite for a number of players due to its spin and forgiveness combination, with Willett clearly trusting his model that is also fitted with an older shaft by Tour standards.
  • Another part of Willett’s setup that is slightly unique is his ongoing commitment to the Dynamic Gold Superlite shafts fitted in his irons and wedges. A thinner walled, thicker butt shaft, the Superlite was designed to play like the standard Dynamic Gold but in a lighter weight to allow players to use overlength irons. Once a popular model on Tour, Willett is one of the few remaining Tour players to opt for the shaft model with the advent of many other lightweight steel shaft options in the market.

  • The Englishman put a new putter in the bag this week with great effect. Carrying an Odyssey Toulon prototype, Willett claimed his eighth European Tour win. The putter is a mallet head design that bares similarity with the Odyssey Stroke Lab Marxman model.

  • Willett’s win was part of a successful weekend for Callaway golf, with the company claiming wins on the PGA and European Tours. Both Willett and Sam Burns opting for a full bag of Callaway equipment, including versions of the Chrome Soft X golf ball.

QUOTE: "To win here, to be British and to be able to win on British soil, to win at the Home of Golf, this is a very special one. Especially after how the last kind of year and a half has been for everyone involved. Especially for us, we've struggled a little bit with things.” – Danny Willett.

* Club images courtesy of Johnny Wunder, Callaway Golf.