The Swede is known for wearing sunglasses in the vast majority of his tournament rounds and has popped up on social media in recent weeks wearing new Henrik Stenson branded eyewear.
It already has its own Instagram page – @henrikstensoneyewear – and Stenson has so far shared pictures of sunglasses and regular glasses from the range, with caddie Gareth Lord also getting in on the action.
Pat Perez is one of a large number of players who are starting the season with a bag of clubs from a cross section of brands.
Perez took the home the spoils in the PGA Tour’s OHL Classic at Mayakoba on Sunday after a long injury layoff and he did so with a mix of TaylorMade, PXG, Callaway and Odyssey clubs.
Here’s his full bag.
Driver TaylorMade M2 (9.5˚), Fairway wood TaylorMade M2 (15˚), Hybrid Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 (18˚), Irons PXG 0311XF (3-5 iron), PXG 0311 (6-9 iron), Wedges Callaway MD3 Milled (48˚, 52˚), Callaway PM Grind (58˚), Putter Odyssey Versa Jailbird.
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Throughout November, Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose is running a competition to win a pair of Olympic adidas boost signed golf shoes. The three stripes are individually coloured gold, silver and bronze to represent the three Olympic medal colours.
How can you win? Visit Rose’s Instagram page, tag ten of your friends in the comments section of the picture and you’ll be in with a shout.
From one golden post to another. These golden Lynx Master Model irons are a treat for the eyes. Thanks to Matt Holbrook (@MattHolbrook86) for posting this.
— Matty ‘MC’ Boom Boom (@MattHolbrook86) November 10, 2016
You wouldn’t want to ruin them by actually hitting balls, though, would you?
Both Callaway and Scotty Cameron hit the spot with their Throwback Thursday offerings last week.
First, we had Callaway with this image of their X Series irons from 2009. It features the full line from that year including the X Forged, X Prototype, and X 22 irons.
— Callaway Golf Europe (@CallawayGolfEU) November 10, 2016
Scotty Cameron went even further back for its effort. This is a handmade Scotty Cameron gooseneck mallet from 1994. It’s absolutely stunning.
Nike showcased its new Lunar Control Vapor shoes inspired by Rory McIlroy and snowmobiles last week. Now, Paul Casey is wearing them.
Some of the comments, however, turned the focus to the lack of hair on his legs.
What do you think a Titleist Pro V1 looks like when it’s cooked in the oven? Is it still round? Can it still be hit?
Thanks to Cristie Kerr’s ‘almost three-year-old’, we now know the answers.