Sungjae Im fired the round of the day on Sunday in Las Vegas, his 62 delivering the Korean a four-shot win over Matthew Wolff. Take a look at the equipment the two-time PGA Tour winner had in the bag.
WINNING SCORE: 24-under-par, 260.
DRIVER: Titleist TSi2 with 8° loft, fitted with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7 X shaft.
3 WOOD: Titleist TS3 with 13.5° loft, with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 8 X shaft.
HYBRID: Titleist 818H2 (19°), with Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 105 X shaft.
IRONS: Titleist T200 (3-iron) and Titleist T100 (4-iron to 9-iron), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design SM7 (48°-10° F Grind, 54°-08° M Grind & 60°-04° L Grind), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts.
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron Prototype.
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x.
- As always, Sungjae’s win was built on impeccable ball striking, with the Korean hitting all but one green in regulation during the final round, a feat he also achieved in round two. Im hit more than 86 percent of TPC Summerlin’s greens in regulation for the week, the 23-year-old opting for the new 2021 T200 3-iron, a club that has been a popular long iron option on Tour since its release, while he still has the previous T100 irons in the bag.
When Im’s putting lines up with a good ball striking week, he is inevitably in the hunt. His second PGA Tour win came in a week where he finished 9th in Strokes Gained: Putting. Im’s mallet Scotty Cameron model is a centre shaft putter that are somewhat rare on the PGA Tour at the present time.
Part of a Korean double on the PGA and LPGA Tours this week (Jin Young Ko won on the LPGA Tour), Im is also part of a treble for Titleist. The company’s drivers and golf balls winning across the three major Tours in action this past week. The 2019 Presidents Cup representative also giving Titleist’s Pro V1 model its second win from three PGA Tour events so far this season.
QUOTE: "It was very tough to get my first win but I felt like the second one was harder and harder, but I kept my patience. I tried to stay composed throughout the period and I'm glad it came.” – Sungjae Im.