Since Seen on Tour: Houston Open up

The Houston Open serves as both a tune-up for the Masters or as a last-ditch effort to get in. Beau Hossler and multiple major winners Padraig Harrington and Ernie Els dropped into the latter category, and while these people didn’ t make the field from Augusta National (although Hossler arrived oh-so-close), they did have some interesting clubs in their bags.

  1. Beau Hossler might not have earned the Houston Open , yet he putted like a champion whenever he made four birdies inside a row on Nos. 12 via 15 to erase a three-shot deficit and take the lead, which includes a 28-footer on the par-3 fourteenth hole. In all, Hossler was a remarkable 1 . 589 strokes gained/putting for that week, including an even better indicate of 1. 884 Sunday. Hossler’ h putter is TaylorMade’ s TP Ardmore 2 Red mallet (above) . However , as opposed to the standard version which is all crimson save for a pair of sightlines within the rear cavity, Hossler’ s Ardmore 2 has a white cavity along with black sightlines and a white topline. Despite the visual custom alterations, the particular Ardmore 2 still features the particular hallmark technologies, namely an 6061 aluminum version of TaylorMade’ ersus grooved face insert. The mixture of the grooves’ 45- degree position and polymer filling work to enhance roll and feel.

  2. Ernie Els signed with Cleveland/Srixon in The month of january and soon after put the company’ ersus XXIO X driver in enjoy, bringing attention to a club made to boost swing speed for certain gamers. The idea behind the driver is to possess the golfer swing more efficiently while not having to use any additional effort.

  3. During the height from the groove debate in early 2010 as being a players were using Ping’ s i9000 old Eye2 lob wedge, Padraig Harrington noted he was obtaining as much as 2, 000 rpms a lot more spin on some shots out from the rough with the grandfathered club. Therefore it’ s no shock that will Harrington now has a Ping Eye2 XG— a modern version with a various groove pattern that conforms to any or all USGA groove regulations— in the handbag.

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