The 2024 PGA Tour season has just begun and with that, we begin another look at every driver used to win on tour over the course of the next eight months. We’ve only played two events so far, with Callaway and Mizuno both pulling out early victories. Looking at all the winning drivers provides an interesting way to review a year, while also offering a closer look at the best technology being used on tour. Included with each player is a key driving stat from the week he won.
Grayson Murray, Sony Open in Hawaii
Driver: Mizuno ST-X 230 (UST Mamiya LIN-Q M40X 7F5), 9.5 degrees
Key driving stat: In claiming his first PGA Tour title since the 2017 Barbasol Championship, Murray led the field in strokes gained/tee to green (5.075). He averaged 310.5 yards in driving distance and hit 66.7 percent of his fairways for the week.
Here’s all the clubs Murray used to win at Waialae
• • • Chris Kirk, The Sentry
Driver: Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond (Fujikura Ventus Blue 6 TX), 9 degrees
Key driving stat: Kirk wasn’t flashy off the tee, averaging only 281.6 yards to rank in the middle of the field at Kapalua, but he was among a host of players to hit at least one drive more than 400 yards, hits long measuring at 428.
Here’s all the clubs Kirk used to win at Kapalua
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