What’s in Paul Casey’s KLM Open winning bag?September 15, 2014 News & Tour
We take a look at the clubs which helped Paul Casey to win his 13th European Tour title at the KLM Open
Nike Golf athlete Paul Casey returned to winning ways with victory at the KLM Open in the Netherlands, his first win of the season.
The 37-year-old, who recently became a father, accelerated into contention on Saturday, when he fired a course record-equalling 62 at the Kennemer Golf and Country Club in Zandvoort.
For impressive accuracy and control, Casey relied upon the Speedlock RZN Core technology found in the RZN Platinum golf ball.
Speedlock RZN core technology, created with an interlocking core design, helps promote better energy transfer between the layers at impact for faster ball speed, longer distance and more stability into the wind.
A new spin-optimized coating on the outer surface of the ball helps grip the grooves for better control on wedge and iron shots.
Casey’s victory in the Netherlands was his 13th on the European Tour, with his last previous win coming at the 2013 Irish Open.
What’s in the bag?
Driver:VRS Covert 2.0 Tour 11.5°
Fairway Metal:VRS Covert #3 (15°)
Irons:VRS Covert Forged 3-iron; VR Pro Combo (split cavity) 4-6iron; VR Pro Combo Blade 7-PW
Wedges:VR Forged 52°, 56° and 60°
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