TaylorMade Boasts World’s Top 2 Golfers in DJ, Day


Jason Day and Dustin Johnson are currently the #1 and #2 ranked golfers in the world, respectively. Both also top the FedEx Cup standings, with the two flipping positions.

Between the two of them, they hold 5 of what are considered to be the eight most prestigious tournament titles this season.

Day has won the Arnold Palmer Invitational, WGC – Dell Match Play, and THE PLAYERS, while DJ took home the U.S. Open Championship, and the WGC – Bridgestone Invitational.

So it’s little surprise to see Vegas odds-maker’s peg this dynamic duo as favorites heading into The Open Championship at Royal Troon next week.

In case you hadn’t noticed, the two world-beaters also happen to play the full TaylorMade lineup.

Here’s a quick look at what kind of TaylorMade equipment the world’s best are playing, along with some of their 2016 highlights.

Jason Day

In The Bag
M1 460 Driver, 10.5°, Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage TiNi 70X (tip 1’’)
M1 Fairway, 15°, MRC Tensei 90x (tipped 1.5″)
RSi2 3-Iron True Temper Dynamic Gold X7
RSi TP Irons 4-PW True Temper Dynamic Gold X7
Tour Preferred EF Wedges 47° bent to 48° (Tour Grind); 52° bent to 54°, 60° (ATV Grind)
Tour Preferred #87 Golf Ball
Itsy Bitsy Ghost Spider Proto Putter

2016 Highlights
8 top-ten finishes in 13 events
3 victories: Arnold Palmer Invitational, WGC – Dell Match Play, THE PLAYERS Championship
Scoring Average: 69.488 (2nd)
Longest Drive: 397 yards at Hyundai TOC
Leads TOUR in Strokes Gained: Total and Strokes Gained: Putting
FedExCup Standing: 2nd
Official World Golf Ranking: 1st

Dustin Johnson

In The Bag
M1 Driver 10.5° Fujikura Speeder Evolution 2.0 Tour Spec 661X 45.75″, D4 swingweight
M1 Fairway 17° Aldila RIP Alpha 90X
UDI (#2) Project X HZRDUS Black 105X
Tour Preferred MB (’14) 3-PW True Temper DG Tour Issue X100
Tour Preferred EF Satin Chrome Wedges (54°, 60°) KBS Tour 130X Black Nickel
Tour Preferred Glove
New Era 9Fifty Low Crown Cap
Tour Preferred X (’14) Golf Ball (#1: in aspiration of one-putting every hole)

2016 Highlights
10 top-ten finishes in 15 events
2 victories: U.S. Open Championship, WGC – Bridgestone Invitational
Leads the TOUR in Scoring Average: 69.155
Longest Drive: 397 yards at Hyundai TOC
Driving Average: 312.5 yards (2nd)
FedExCup Standing: 1st
Official World Golf Ranking: 2nd




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