Rory McIlroy :: what's in the bag?

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With Rory McIlroy the newly crowned BMW Champion we take a look inside the Nothern Irishman’s bag and see just what equipment he used on his way to victory.


Rory McIlroy’s Nike Golf Arsenal


BMW PGA Championship - Day Four

Driver: Nike VRS Covert 2.0 Tour 8.5-degree, neutral position (Kuro Kage XTS 70X)

Rory McIlroy was third in driving distance statistics at the BMW Championship, launching the ball 294 yards on average.

Fairway Wood:  Nike VRS Covert 3-wood/15-degree and 5-wood/19-degree

 

Rory McIlroy

Irons: Nike VR Pro Blade (4-9)

Accurate iron shots helped McIlroy attack the pins on his way to the joint lowest score of the day, a 66.

 

Rory Mcilroy

Wedges: VR Forged 47-degree, 52-degree, 56-degree and VR X3X 59-degree toe sweep

Rory added these to his bag just this week. Their wider sole area toward the toe, and relieved heel, make them easier to hit from the toughest lies from anywhere around the green.

 

Rory McIlroy

Putter: Nike Method 006

Rory McIlroy averaged 1.654 putts a hole for the championship, as expected his putter played a significant role in the win.

 

BMW PGA Championship - Day Four

Ball: Nike RZN Black

Rory was impressed with the Nike RZN Black’s performance, especially when hitting it from the tee, labeling it “The best driver and ball combination I’ve ever had.”

 

Apparel: Nike Tour Performance Collection

Footwear: Nike Lunar Control

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