Winning Clubs at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions

Jordan Spieth at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

Winning clubs used by Jordan Spieth at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

The winning clubs at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions showcased Titleist. And the champion golfer who owns them is Jordan Spieth. Spieth started 2016 like he played all of 2015. He cruised to an 8-shot victory at the Plantation Course at the Kapalua Resort in Hawaii. The 22 year-old held a 5-shot lead heading into the final round but expanded the margin during the last 18 holes to pick up his seventh career victory. Spieth shot a final round 6-under 67 to finish 30-under for the tournament.

Here is a list of the winning clubs Jordan Spieth used to secure his win.

Jordan’s Winning Clubs

DriverTitleist 915D2 (9.5 degrees), with Aldila Rogue Black 60 TX shaft

Key Features:

  • The Active Recoil Channel is a deep, wide, long channel running across the sole of the club that creates greater ball speed and lower spin for more distance.
  • A Radial Speed Face creates greater ball speed on off-center hits for a player who doesn’t hit the ball exactly on the mark.
  • The high MOI design preserves the ball speed generated by the Active Recoil Channel and the Radial Speed Face so a player gets more distance more often.

Fairway WoodTitleist 915F (15 degrees), with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7 X shaft

Key Features:

(The same benefits as the 915 D2.)

  • Just like the 915 D2, the 915 F features the Active Recoil Channel. Remember, this technology delivers higher speed and lower spin.
  • A thin face increases ball speed across the entire face. It’s designed to deliver more distance on off-center hits.
  • An extremely low CG design delivers stability and ball speed preserving forgiveness.

Iron: Titleist 712U (3), with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 105 X shaft

Key features:

  • The club features a very traditional profile with a tapered tip iron shaft which adds to the trajectory control.
  • A hollow construction with a forged 1025 carbon steel hollow body and a high strength 455 stainless steel face produce more stability and a higher MOI.
  • A wider, more cambered sole allows for a variety of attack angles which make the club versatile when trying to hit high or low shots.

IronTitleist 714 AP2 (4-9), with Project X 6.0 shafts

Key Features:

  • A low CG creates longer flight with more trajectory control and more carry distance.
  • Dual cavity design with high density tungsten weighting increases playability and MOI for better distance control.
  • Satin polished profile is a tour-proven design with progressive weighting, face thickness, and sole widths.

Wedge: Titleist Vokey Design SM6 Prototype (46, 52, 56, 60 degrees), with Project X 6.0 shafts

Key features:

(Not yet released.)

  • Dual Muscle technology features an outer “muscle pad” that moves the CG lower in lower-loft wedges.
  • An inner “muscle pad” raises the CG in the higher lofted wedges.
  • A straighter leading edge is perfect for tight lied chipping and better conditions on the course when hitting on clean fairways.

Putter: Scotty Cameron for Titleist 009 Prototype

Key features:

(Good luck bagging this sick stick.)

  • Hand crafted, hand stamped tour professional putter made out of carbon steel.
  • A deep milled face creates soft impact and less contact with the ball.
  • Large dual balance head gives players added confidence.

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