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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 159 - PGA Wrap
MAJOR WINNING GEAR “A Cuban”* *needs one more revolution. Do more than Talk the Talk DRIVER: TaylorMade R15 460, 10.5 degrees (with Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver TiNi 70x shaft) FAIRWAYS: 4-wood, TaylorMade AeroBurner HL, 16.5 degrees IRONS: 3-PW, TaylorMade RSi TP WEDGES: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF (47, 52, 60 degrees) PUTTER: TaylorMade Ghost Itsy Bitsy Spider BALL: TaylorMade Tour preferred X Day's driving around the tricky Whistling Straits course was a big factor in his win. The Australian ranked 5th in Average Driving Distance and tied 5th in Driving Accuracy for the week. His longest drive was a 382-yard bomb on Sunday, the second longest of the tournament. KEY STAT Day led the field in making birdies around Whistling Straits, carding 25 in all for the tournament. He managed to make so many birdies by riding a white-hot putter, and avoided bogeys for four days (he ranked T6 in the bogey stat category). KEY STAT The most telling aspect of Day's game at the PGA Championship must have been his crisp iron play. The world No.3 hit an average of 76.39 per cent of Greens In Regulation for the tournament, second only to Justin Rose. KEY STAT WHAT WAS IN DAY'S BAG?
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