The Equipment Rory McIlroy Used To Win The Deutsche Bank Championship

Rory McIlroy shot a 6-under 65 on Labor Day to win the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. McIlroy, who made news last week when he showed up at The Barclays with a new Scotty Cameron putter, credited his new stick for the win.

 
McIlroy stated that his Scotty Cameron Concept M1 mallet putter allows the face to remain square at impact.

“I feel like with the putter change to a mallet, it doesn’t encourage that face to close that much, which is the bad putt I was getting,” McIlroy said. “So just sort of encourages the face to stay a little more square through impact.”

 
You can’t argue with the results. McIlroy led the field in putts per green in regulation (1.604). He also led the field in driving distance (312.9 yards) using a Nike Vapor Fly Pro driver.

Here’s a look at the equipment in Rory’s bag for his big win in Boston.

Driver: Nike Vapor Fly Pro, 10.5 degrees

3-wood: Nike Vapor Speed, 15 degrees

5-wood: Nike Vapor Speed, 19 degrees

Irons: Nike VR Pro Blade, 4-9 iron

Wedges: Nike Engage, 47, 52, 56, 59 degrees

Putter: Scotty Cameron Concept M1 Prototype

Ball: Nike RZN Tour Platinum

PGW Staff

This post was produced by a Pro Golf Weekly staff member.

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