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Golf Australia Express : April 2013-The Masters
x WANDERING around the Augusta National woods this month will be a hunter. A Hunter who's gun-barrel straight and not afraid of taking on a Tiger. American Hunter Mahan continues to sneak under most radars as the year's first major approaches. Heading into the The Masters, Mahan remains a 40-1 shot with most bookmakers to win. But with seven top 25s from eight events this season, including a runner- up at the WGC-Accenture Match Play, Mahan must fancy his chances of snaring a green jacket. At 30, he has five PGA Tour titles under his belt and has a game suited to a major champion. The man with one of the most beautiful swings in golf could well win at a course its equal this month. And if he does, he'll be thanking these sticks for helping him get there. OTG ...of the trade the TOOLS in my bag HUNTER MAHAN See what he uses in this pgatour.com video See what he uses in this pgatour.com video Hunter's Kit Driver Ping G25 (11° Loft) 3-wood Ping G25 Irons Ping Forged Anser Iron (3-PW) Wedges Ping Wide Sole (53°, 58°) Putter Ping Scottsdale TR ZBS Ball Titleist Pro V1x