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Chris Kirk WITB - Honda Classic Winner

Anytime a golf tournament ends in a playoff, it makes for some extra excitement. Sunday at the Honda Classic was kind of a match play event between Eric Cole and Chris Kirk. Eric was looking for his first win, and Chris was looking to break a long winless streak. In the end, Chris Kirk was able to pull it off with an impressive tap-in birdie on the second playoff hole. Although you may have seen some Callaway logos on Kirk’s hat, Callaway is not the only club he has in the bag. 


Chris Kirk is a tall guy with plenty of power and lots of clubhead speed. When he swings a driver, it looks effortless, even though we know there's a lot that goes into it. Chris Kirk is currently playing with the Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver set at 9 degrees. The shaft in this club is the Fujikura Ventus Blue 6 TX. Soon after the release of the Paradym, this was a quick decision for Kirk to put it in his bag. 

Fairway Woods 

The fairway woods in Chris Kirk’s bag are the TaylorMade Stealth. He has a 3-wood in 15 degrees and a 5-wood with 18 degrees of loft. The fairway woods feature the Fujikura Ventus Blue 8 TX shaft. The shaft is similar to the driver shaft, and that consistency certainly helps Chris in his game. 

The fairway woods also came in handy with that reachable par 5 18th hole at PGA National.  


The 4 iron in Chris Kirk’s bag is the Callaway Apex Pro 21, and it features a Project X LZ 125 6.5 shaft. The rest of the iron set is the Callaway Apex MB 18 irons in the 5-9. These also feature the Project X LZ 125 6.5 shaft. It’s been a little while since Kirk has replaced these irons, but with the way they are working, we don’t blame him. 


Chris Kirk has a mix of Titleist and Callaway wedges. In the Callaway Jaws Raw, he has a 47-degree and a 51-degree wedge with the True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 shaft. He also has a Vokey Design SM9 in the 56 degrees and the WedgeWorks in the 60. All four wedges have the same S200 shaft. 


Finally, Kirk carries the Odyssey White Hot OG No.5. Although he had a few chances to close the deal on the tournament prior to the second playoff hole, the putter worked quite for Kirk at the Honda Classic. Let’s face it; you can’t shoot 62 without a putter that is hot! 

Final Thoughts 

The Honda Classic was a great tournament, and Chris Kirk will likely admit that the golf clubs he used to win played a big role in this day. If you think any of the clubs that Chris Kirk used could be a good option for your game, take a look at the selection that Fairway Jockey has to offer. Fairway Jockey has shaft selections and customizations to help you reach all of your golf goals.


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