Thursday, January 24, 2008

Top 10 Hottest Golf Clubs Dec 2007

Here are the Top 10 Hottest Golf Clubs for the month of Dec 2007. These were the hottest golf clubs in demand during the month of December. Ping has controlled the number 1 spot, but Taylormade is making a run for the #1 spot.

1. Ping Eye 2 Iron set
2. TaylorMade Burner 460 Driver
3. Callaway Golf X-20 Iron Set
4. Callaway Golf X-18 Iron Set
5. TaylorMade r7 Iron set
6. TaylorMade RAC OS Iron set
7. Ping G5 Driver
8. Ping G5 Iron set
9. Titleist 905R Driver
10. TaylorMade r7 460 Driver

Yes The Ping Eye 2 iron set holds the #1 spot again. I think that makes 12 months straight at number 1. If you've played these clubs I'd like to here you opinion of them.

The hottest golf club for this month is the TaylorMade Burner 460 Driver, which went from #6 to #2. Last months #2 club the Ping G2 Driver fell completely off the Top 10. Taylormade has 4 golf products in the top 10 and starting show some dominance with their product line.

Just in case you missed it, here's my post of The Hottest Golf Clubs Of Nov 2007, which is how the top 10 clubs finished for the month of Nov 2007.

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Saturday, January 19, 2008

What's In K.J. Choi's Golf Bag - 2008 Sony Open

K.J. Choi won his 7th PGA tour event last weekend by winning the 2008 Sony Open at East Waialae Country Club Honolulu, Hawaii. Do you want to know what K.J. was carrying in his golf bag during the win?

Driver: Nike SQ SUMO 5000 with Mitsubishi Bassara shaft
3 Wood: TaylorMade Burner TP 13°
Hybrid: Nike T 100 17°
Irons:  (3,4) Nike Ignite
Irons:  (5-PW) Nike Blades
SW:     Nike Pro Combo 54°
LW:     Nike SV 60°
Putter: Odyssey Tri-Hot 2 with SuperStroke Putter Grip
Ball:   Nike ONE Platinum Power Transfer Layer

Choi shot a final round of 1-over 71, which was the first time in 41 years that someone has shot a final round over par to win the tournament. K.J. went wire-to-wire with his win, but it wasn't easy because Rory Sabbatini made a run Sunday. Under the extremely windy conditions Rory managed to get 6 birdies, but also had a double-bogey. He 3-putted the par 5 18th from 65 feet, which was for eagle and it would have put him in a tie. K.J. finished at 14-under, which was 3 shots ahead of Sabbatini. Choi took home $954,000 for the win and a great start for the 2008 season.

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