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Here are this week’s biggest Callaway equipment notes:

Epic Flash Wins Again

On the Champions Tour today, the winner of the Insperity Invitational once again used an Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver (10.5*) to take home the victory. He has now won two of the three events that he’s played with his new driver, and it’s yet another win for Epic Flash by a non-Callaway staffer who chooses to play it based on performance.

Callaway continues to hold a comfortable lead for the most worldwide driver wins by any brand this year, and Epic Flash comfortably leads with the most worldwide wins for any driver model in 2019. Callaway also added another driver win on the European Tour today by a non-staffer who used a Rogue Sub Zero Driver (10.5*) in the win.

Jeongeun Lee WITB – LPGA Mediheal Championship

Here’s what Callaway staffer Jeongeun Lee has in the bag this week as she looks to try to take home the win on the LPGA Tour:

  • Epic Flash Driver (9*) – MCA Diamana M+ Shaft
  • Epic Flash Fairway Wood (15*) – MRC Diamana Shaft
  • Apex Hybrids (20*, 23*) – GD DI Shafts
  • Apex Pro 19 Irons (5-PW) – Nippon 850 Stiff Shafts
  • Mack Daddy 34 Wedges (50*, 54*, 58*) – NS Pro 950 Shafts
  • Titleist Ball
  • Odyssey O-Works 2-Ball

This would be the third win for Callaway drivers today if she takes home the victory. She’s averaged 268 yards per drive on the week, including 276 yards per drive on Sunday. Callaway was also the #1 Driver brand on the LPGA Tour this week, and there were 45 Epic Flash Driver models in the field.

Odyssey was also the #1 Putter in the field by far, and it continues to have the most worldwide wins of any putter brand in 2019.