WITB Kevin Na and Jason Kokrak - QBE Shootout Winners
Kevin Na and Jason Kokrak proved that they are not only great players on their own, but they also play some tremendous golf as a team. The recent QBE Shootout Winners had a fantastic performance that has likely left you wondering if their equipment could be a good match for your game. Let’s take a more detailed look into what Kevin Na and Jason Kokrak keep in their bags.
Na carries the Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond 3 wood and 5 wood as well. Each of these clubs features the Mitsubishi Diamana golf shafts. Kevin Na also carries a PXG 0317 X Gen 2 19 degree hybrid.
The irons from Kevin Na are the Callaway Rogue Pro in a 4 iron and then the Callaway Apex Pro in the 5-PW. As you can see, aside from the PXG hybrid, the set is overwhelmingly Callaway.
Kevin Na carries the Callaway Mack Daddy 54 degree wedge and the Vokey Design Prototype 60 degree. He keeps his long game a bit more stacked than his short game but finds plenty of variability in the shots he can hit.
The putter is the Odyssey Toulon Madison; this blade-style design is very consistent and has an impressive feel.
As you noticed, Kevin Na has mostly Callaway golf clubs in his bag. With Jason Kokrak, you will see a mix of TaylorMade and PXG. The Driver is a TaylorMade SIM with a 9-degree loft. The shaft in this club is the Accra TZ5 85 M5 Proto.
When it comes to the long game, Kokrak carries a 3 wood and a 7 wood. The 3 wood is the Sim 2 at 15 degrees. The 7 wood is the Sim 2 Max at 21 degrees. Both of these clubs feature the Project X HZRDUS Smoke Green.
The irons in Jason Kokraks bag are the PXG 0311 T Gen4 in the 4-PW. The irons all feature the True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100. The PXG irons are starting to gain a more significant presence on the PGA Tour.
Wedges are a bit of a mix between the PXG and the Titleist Vokey. The PXG 0311 Sugar Daddy is the 52-degree wedge; in addition, there is a 56 and 60 degree in the Titleist Vokey SM8 model.
Jason Kokrak carries a Bettinardi Studio Stock 38 as his putter. The Bettinardi Studio Stock 38 is a mallet-style putter that will work well for both distance control and accuracy. Bettinardi makes some great feeling putters that allow for consistent performance.
The QBE Shootout being a partner event gives us the chance to compare golf club selections between two players. It’s interesting to see what works for one person and not for another; in the end, the golf clubs you choose are a personal decision based on your natural abilities and overall preferences.