England's Tyrrell Hatton realised a boyhood dream at Wentworth on Sunday. Hatton claiming the BMW PGA Championship by four shots over Victor Perez. Take a look at the winning gear.
WINNING SCORE: 19 under, 269.
DRIVER: PING G425 with 8.5° loft, fitted with Mitsubishi Chemical Diamana RF 60 TX shaft.
3 WOOD: PING G425 with 15° loft, with Mitsubishi Chemical Diamana DF 70 TX shaft.
7 WOOD: PING G425 with 20.5° loft, with Mitsubishi Chemical Diamana DF 80 TX shaft.
IRONS: PING i210 (4-iron to pitching wedge), with Nippon Modus3 Tour 120 X shafts.
WEDGES: PING Glide Forged 3.0 (50°) and Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (54° & 60°), with Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts.
PUTTER: PING Vault Oslo.
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x.
- Hatton’s victory is the first for PING’s new G425 woods, and continues a strong period of success for the company’s new model that has been officially released in Australia, with other markets to follow. The Englishman opting for a driver, 3-wood and 7-wood from the new range that took the place of a G410 Plus, TaylorMade SIM Max and G410 respectively and are the only setup differences from the equipment he used to claim the Arnold Palmer Invitational on the PGA Tour in March.
Owning a magnificent short game, Hatton’s work around the greens saw him rank second in Strokes Gained, while his putting was good enough to rank in the top-15 for the week. The soon to be 29-year-old made headlines recently at the PGA Tour Playoffs when he bought a PING putter from a local golf shop and immediately saw positive results, however, Hatton has since switched back to his Vault Oslo model.
Set to climb inside the top-10 in the world rankings for the first time in his career courtesy of his third Rolex Series win, Hatton and the three players immediately below him on the leaderboard all had at least one PING product in the bag and used a Titleist golf ball. His victory also the third of the European Tour’s premier series trophies claimed with a Titleist ball from three events in 2020.
QUOTE: “It's a dream come true for me really. As a five-year-old walking around here I always wanted to be inside the ropes playing when I grew up.” – Tyrrell Hatton.