WITB – New putter propels Willett to Dunhill win

Danny Willett Witb Dunhill

Danny Willett claimed victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship after recently sticking a new Odyssey putter in the bag. 

The Englishman had a great week on the greens, ranking highly in the Strokes Gained: Putting stats, gaining on average 1.37 shots over the rest of the field while wielding his new Odyssey Toulon Daytona.

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Willett, who turned 34 on Sunday at the Old Course, also put on a brilliant ball striking display. Using his Callaway X Forged irons he ranked second in the Greens in Regulation stats across the four rounds, finding the putting surface 87.50% of the time.

Willett is one of only a few players left on tour that continues to use the Callaway Rogue driver that was released in 2018.

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His wedges of choice are the Callaway JAWS MD5 and earlier this year he made the switch to Callaway’s Chrome Soft X LS golf ball.

Danny Willett – What's in the bag

Driver: Callaway Rogue (9˚, Mitsubishi Chemical Kaili 60-TX)
Fairway wood:
Callaway Rogue (15˚, Mitsubishi Chemical Kaili 70-TX)
Utility iron:
Callaway X Forged UT (18˚, 24˚)
Irons:
Callaway X Forged 21 (5-9)
Wedges:
Callaway JAWS MD5 (46˚, 52˚, 56˚, 60˚)
Putter: Odyssey Toulon Daytona
Ball:
Callaway Chrome Soft X LS

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