Three years, three months and six days. That’s how long golfers have had to wait for the introduction of the next iteration of Callaway’s Apex and Apex Pro irons as well as its player’s-style Apex hybrid.
Molinari hit two-thirds of his greens in regulation and for the week cashed in when he needed to with his custom Bettinardi DASS BBZero with a skull and crossbones stamp in the rear cavity in an Italian flag-themed paintfill.
On March 8, the R&A and USGA released their third annual report on driving distances on the world’s professional tours. The “unusual and concerning” record-setting distance numbers prompted a call to action from the ruling bodies for more research in the coming months.
Normally Johnson, who is not superstitious, will use any of the 1-4 numbers in the dozen. At this year’s US Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, however, Johnson will be teeing it up with number 70 Pro V1x, prompting the question, why?
Ariya Jutanugarn has made playing without a driver fashionable. And as you might expect from someone who has 12 clubs that are irons or wedges in her bag, it was those clubs that propelled her to her second major title at the US Women’s Open.