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Three pros and an amateur share 18-hole lead at second Mackenzie Tour Q-School

• This is a 72-hole, no-cut event. There will be playoffs, if necessary, for the medalist position and for the sixth and final position...

MGM Resorts Championship at Paiute set for April in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – MGM Resorts International has agreed to serve as the title sponsor of the Korn Ferry Tour’s first event at Las Vegas Paiute Golf...

How to watch Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, Round 1: Live scores, tee times, TV times

The opening round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard begins Thursday from Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida. The strong field includes Rory...

Telling stat: Approaches from 200 yards or more

Bay Hill Club & Lodge was an absolute bully at last year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. Facing fierce winds on the weekend, the...

New year, new gear: A list of players who have switched equipment companies

The new year brings with it the promise of change, and for many PGA TOUR players, that means new equipment. This time of year is the closest golf comes to free agency, with players switching “teams” to new manufacturers. With many equipment contracts expiring with the end of the year, we’re on the lookout for players who have made big changes in their bag (and often to the logo on their hat).

Here’s a list of what we’ve seen thus far, with players listed by their new company (and their previous one in parentheses). We will continue to update this list with new additions.

PXG
Adam Schenk (Mizuno)
Luke List (free agent)
Hudson Swafford (free agent)
Danny Lee (TaylorMade)
Sung Kang (Titleist)
Jim Herman (TaylorMade)
Kyle Stanley (free agent)
Henrik Norlander (TaylorMade) 

Srixon
Matt Neismith (Callaway)
K.J. Choi (Ping)

Titleist
Joseph Bramlett (ball to full bag)
Fabian Gomez (ball to full bag)
Nelson Ledesma (ball to full bag)
Troy Merritt (ball to full bag)
Sam Saunders (Callaway) 

Callaway
Jon Rahm (TaylorMade)
Tyler McCumber (free agent) 

TaylorMade
Tommy Fleetwood (Free Agent) 

Newly Free Agent
Jason Day (TaylorMade)
Ryan Moore (PXG)
Chris Kirk (Mizuno)
Lucas Glover (Mizuno)

Latest Posts

Three pros and an amateur share 18-hole lead at second Mackenzie Tour Q-School

• This is a 72-hole, no-cut event. There will be playoffs, if necessary, for the medalist position and for the sixth and final position...

MGM Resorts Championship at Paiute set for April in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – MGM Resorts International has agreed to serve as the title sponsor of the Korn Ferry Tour’s first event at Las Vegas Paiute Golf...

How to watch Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, Round 1: Live scores, tee times, TV times

The opening round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard begins Thursday from Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida. The strong field includes Rory...

Telling stat: Approaches from 200 yards or more

Bay Hill Club & Lodge was an absolute bully at last year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. Facing fierce winds on the weekend, the...

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