Jason Day’s TaylorMade Clubs Win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational by MasterCard

Jason Day Arnold Palmer Invitational

Here’s the list you’ve been looking for – Jason Day’s bag of winning clubs at the Arnold Palmer Invitational by MasterCard. Take a look at the list and possibly grab some of the same clubs he plays with on tour.

Top Winning Clubs in Jason Day’s Golf Bag

Driver: TaylorMade M1

The TaylorMade M1 driver is a multi-material constructed driver that gives the ultimate distance, playability, and feel for all golfers. You get two sliding rails on what TaylorMade calls its T-system. Move the 10-gram sliding red weight to change the center of gravity forward or back. Use the loft sleeve to manipulate the launch with 12 different positions for a custom preference of face angle, loft, and lie. You also have another 15-gram weight at the front which slides from heel to toe so you can produce a draw or fade. This club is really about fine-tuning rather than fixing. Down by the ball the club looks attractive with its black and white composite crown. The black area has a weave pattern and it sits square by the ball giving a player confidence.

TaylorMade M1 Driver

Fairway Woods: TaylorMade AeroBurner

With a big slot behind the face (called a Speed Pocket), the TaylorMade AeroBurner fairway wood has a friendly face for helping with mis-hits. The club has slim lines on top, dimples on the sides of the head, a hosel fin, and a shallow face for an aerodynamic shape that reduces drag and swings fast through the air. There’s no adjustability for a fairway wood which makes it a purely a grip-and-rip-it type of club. It has long, penetrating ball flight you would expect to see in a driver. To match its deep carry, the fairway wood is red and black with red splashes of color to give it a “burner” look. It’s loud, it’s boisterous, and it really slams the ball down the fairway like no other 3-wood can do.

TaylorMade AeroBurner

Irons: TaylorMade RSi

TaylorMade has produced a brand new range of irons: the RSi. The most remarkable piece of technology on these irons is the visible Face Slot Technology. Two slits on either side of the face make the irons more forgiving on off-center hits. This is the biggest sell for the irons. TaylorMade did their research and discovered that 76% of shots are not hit out of the middle. This high number influenced quite a few tour players, not just Jason Day, to get out their face tape to see just exactly where their hits are bouncing off of the face. The slots make sure you will get a trampoline effect for fast ball speeds that race toward the flag – or at least toward the green.

TaylorMade RSi Irons

Wedges: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF

The hallmark features of the TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF wedge: little bit of a grinded sole, many loft and bounce options, and long-lasting grooves.  The grooves are fierce-looking and the optimized microtexture face looks like it was built separately from the rest of the club. The club is made out of a soft 1025 carbon steel construction and dark, PVD finish. It looks very traditional with a classic wedge style. The model is offered in 50, 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees.

TaylorMade Preferred Tour EF Wedge

Putter: TaylorMade Ghost Spider

This club is a prototype that you can only see in pictures. The putter has done very well on tour. It has a big mallet head and a longer grip than other putters. You can see how it’s manufactured for Jason Day in the video below. Wouldn’t you like to get your hands on it?

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