WINNING SCORE: Five-under-par, 283.


DRIVER: PING G410 Plus with 9˚ loft, fitted with Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei 1K White 50 S shaft.

7-WOOD: PING G425 MAX with 20.5˚ loft, with KBS TD 60 Cat 3 shaft.

9-WOOD: PING G425 MAX with 23.5˚ loft, with KBS TD 60 Cat 3 shaft.

HYBRID: PING G425, with KBS TD  shaft.

IRONS: PING i210 (5-iron to pitching wedge), with KBS PGi 90 shafts.

WEDGES: PING Glide 4.0 (50˚ S) and Edel DVR Grind (54˚ & 58˚), with Nippon Modus 105 wedge shafts.

PUTTER: PING 2021 Anser.

BALL: Srixon Z-Star.



  • The South Korean followed the recent trend of moving to higher lofted fairway woods at major championships after a reconnaissance mission to the redesigned Congressional Country Club. Chun removed two hybrids from her bag to add a 7-wood and a 9-wood to her setup after working with PING to produce a higher flight with more spin. Saying she "made a lot of birdies with the 7-wood and 9-wood" during her opening round, Chun is not alone opting for a 9-wood. Dustin Johnson recently experimenting with one as well.
  • The 27-year-old was clinical early in the week with her ball striking, and continues to use an iron model from PING released in 2018. Not actually replaced in the brand's line up since, the i210 is exceptionally popular with professional and amateur golfers alike due to its combination of control and forgiveness. The players cavity back model among the most popular on the LPGA Tour.
  • Now having three of the five women's majors in her collection, the player nicknamed 'Dumbo' by her junior coach gives Srixon golf balls a second straight women's major victory after Minjee Lee's U.S. Women's Open triumph. The brand used to win three of the last five grand slam events on the LPGA Tour.

QUOTE: “I used the 7-wood when I was really young. I think at the beginning to start golf. I don't know what age I stopped to use it, but I think almost more than ten years. The 9-wood, it's the first time to use.” – In Gee Chun.