Tour Grams: Epic Pic, Max-Tested, Spieth Trick, Hero Shots, Minny Major


Here’s a round-up of five golf grams we came across today, including Callaway’s cool pic of its Epic driver; Max Homa’s battle-tested Titleist Vokey wedges; Jordan Spieth’s sweet trick; Matt Wallace’s laser shots in England; and Phil Mickelson and Stacy Lewis do some marketing ahead of the LPGA KPMG major.

Callaway’s Epic Pic

Callaway shows off a super hot picture of its Epic driver on an iPhone. They also claim that its driver is the first “brand to 20 wins on the major global tours this year.”

Max-Tested Wedges

On the other end of the spectrum, related to photos and winning on tour, we have a slideshow of the Titleist Vokey wedges Max Homa used to claim his maiden title at the Wells Fargo Championship.

Jordan’s Sweet Trick Shot

A quick video of a 22-year old Jordan Spieth at the 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson performing a sweet (literally) trick shot with a marshmallow.

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Matt on the Mark

During the Hero Challenge, ahead of the Betfred British Masters, Englishman Matt Wallace was absolutely on fire with back-to-back laser shots. Although, his countryman, Tommy Fleetwood, won the exhibition, thanks to shots like this.

Stacy, Phil in Twin Cities

Stacy Lewis and Phil Mickelson, both KPMG staff members, were in Minneapolis to preview and talk up the upcoming KPMG Women’s PGA at Hazeltine in June. Swipe right for the nine-photo slideshow.


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