This week Jordan put the New Prototype Pro V1x golf ball into play for the first time. Jordan is the first winner to play using the New Prototype Pro V1x on any major tour since it was released on the US PGA Tour at The Shriners Hospital Classic on November 1.

The ball was released on the European Tour for the first time with seeding this past week at the DP World Classic.


Here’s what else Jordan used to claim his second Stonehaven Cup:

915D2 Driver


With a 460cc pear profile providing confidence and stability, the 915D2 delivers higher trajectory and more dynamic face closure versus 915D3.
Available Lofts: 7.5°, 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 12°
(SRP) Australia: $539
(SRP) New Zealand: $599



The 915F delivers great overall performance from the tee and turf with a larger profile that provides confidence, a slightly higher flight versus 915Fd, and no draw bias.

Available Lofts: 13.5°, 15°, 16.5°, 18°, 21°
(SRP) Australia: $335
(SRP) New Zealand: $359

816 H2 Hybrid


716 AP2


For golfers seeking a Tour-proven design with distance, forgiveness and feel.
Available Irons: 3-W (RH/LH)
Australia SRP: Steel: $225/club; Graphite: $265/club
New Zealand SRP: Steel: $259/club; Graphite: $299/club

716 T-MB


For golfers that need high launch and long carry distance and prefer the look of a blade.

Available Utility Irons: 2, 3, 4, 5 (RH/LH)
Australia SRP: Steel: $309/club | Graphite: $349/club
New Zealand SRP: Steel: $349/club | Graphite: $399/club


Vokey Design SM6

New Spin Milled 6 wedges establish a new performance standard by improving in the three key areas of wedge play: precise distance gapping, shot versatility and maximum spin.

Available Lofts: 46° – 62° (RH/LH) | Complete Specs
Available Finishes: Tour Chrome, Steel Grey, and Jet Black
Australia SRP: $229 (steel) | $269 (graphite)
New Zealand SRP: $259 (steel) | $299 (graphite)