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Winner’s Bag: Stephan Jaeger, Emerald Coast Classic at Sandestin

MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. – Stephan Jaeger has proven himself as one of golf’s preeminent winners, and Sunday was the latest indication.

The 31-year-old German secured his sixth Korn Ferry Tour title Sunday in a playoff at the Emerald Coast Classic at Sandestin, carding a final-round, 4-under 66 for a 14-under total at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort (Raven), and defeating David Lipsky with a par on the first extra hole.

Jaeger began the final round four shots back of Andrew Novak, who was bidding to become the Korn Ferry Tour’s first wire-to-wire winner since Kramer Hickok at the 2018 DAP Championship. Novak carded 1-over 71 to finish solo third, one back of the Jaeger-Lipsky playoff.

With the victory, Jaeger moves to No. 2 on the Korn Ferry Tour Points List, securing a spot in The 25 and a PGA TOUR return.

Here’s what was in Jaeger’s bag this week on the Florida Panhandle.

Driver: PING G425 LST, 10.5 degrees

3-wood: Callaway MAVRIK, 15 degrees

7-wood: PING G10, 20.5 degrees

Irons (4-PW): PING S55

Wedges (49, 53, 58 degrees): PING Glide Forged

Putter: PING Redwood

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