On Sunday, Billy Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson, edging Jason Day on the first playoff hole. It was the 30-year-old former Florida Gator’s first title since the 2014 Tour Championship at East Lake.
According to data released by the PGA Tour, Horschel made 454 feet worth of putts during his four rounds at TPC Four Seasons.
Putts by @BillyHo_Golf this week:
• 59 feet
• 28 feet
• 23 feet
• 20 feet
• 20 feet
• 19 feet
• 17 feet
• 16 feet
• 14 feet
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The putter Horschel used to make all those putts, and secure his first win in nearly three years, was a PXG Bat Attack mallet-style putter, while the ball was a Titleist Pro V1x.
Here’s a look at Horschel’s full bag.
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
Driver: PXG 0811X, 9.2 degrees
3-wood: PXG 0341X, 14 degrees
5-wood: PXG 0341, 17 degrees
Irons (3, 5-PW): PXG 0311T
Wedges: PXG 0311T Sierra (52, 56 degrees); PXG 0311T Zulu Raw (60 degrees)
Putter: PXG Bat Attack Mallet
Credit: PGA Tour, PXG