Jim Furyk carded a historic 58 in the final round at the Travelers Championship with many of the same clubs he used to shoot 59 in the BMW Championship in 2013.
Furyk carded the lowest round in PGA Tour history on Sunday and he did so while still using Callaway RAZR X Forged irons and Odyssey Versa #1W putter that he's had in the bag for a number of years.
The clubs Jim Furyk used to shoot the first 58 in @PGATOUR history. https://t.co/39bytjTWGJ pic.twitter.com/SnVHDT1ywD
— Jonathan Wall (@jonathanrwall) August 7, 2016
In fact, Furyk isn't one to change his gear very often at all. He only put two new products in the bag for the 2016 season. The first of those was the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 816 3-wood, while the other was the new Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball.
Callaway makes awesome debut on Instagram stories
Last week, Instagram rolled out its new ‘stories’ feature to all of its users allowing them to share images and clips with followers for a 24-hour period. It came as no surprise social media savvy Callaway were the first manufacturer to jump on this and their first story was seriously cool.
Look out for the Arnold Palmer logo wedges being lasered for the King himself and Henrik Stenson’s commemorative gold Odyssey putter for winning the Open Championship.
Take a look at our Instagram Story today because LASER BEAMS: https://t.co/06FNi4MeN1pic.twitter.com/KpqHlA8Qt1 — Callaway Golf (@CallawayGolf) August 3, 2016
DeChambeau’s single length iron pics
Tip of the hat to GolfWrx.com for getting the first in-hand pictures of Bryson DeChambeau’s new single length irons. Last month, we told you how the man nicknamed 'The Golfing Scientist' appeared to have ditched his specially made Edel Golf irons in exchange for a new set created by his sponsor Cobra.
According to Cobra, Dechambeau's lofts for his new Forged One-Length irons are as follows with no designated 4-iron: 3-iron: 20˚ 5-iron: 25˚ 6-iron: 30˚ 7-iron: 34˚ 8-iron: 38˚ 9-iron: 42˚ PW: 46˚
Aguilar takes MyJoys to the max
With golf’s return to the Olympics only a matter of days away, we’ve already seen most of the special gear competitors will be using. Chilean competitor Felipe Aguilar almost sneaked this one under the radar but his customised designs from FootJoy’s MyJoys platform might well be the most impressive we’ve seen so far. Judge them for yourself.
Los zapatos para debutar con los colores de Chile en Brasil. pic.twitter.com/XrPVBMOb6E — Felipe Aguilar (@FelipeAgui) August 2, 2016