The talented Brooke Henderson won her first Major title on Sunday, after a play-off victory against world number one Lydia Ko at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in Seattle. The 18-year-old Canadian superstar held her nerve over a 3-foot putt with a new PING Vault Oslo prototype to pick up a cheque for £370,000.
Henderson relied on a full set of PING clubs including a G Sretch fairway wood and a G driver.
“I don’t know whether I thought it would come true,” she said. “I’m just speechless. I don’t know what’s going on in my head right now.”
Lets take a closer look at the clubs she used to get the job done in Seattle..
Fairway woods: PING G Stretch, 13 degree set at 12.8. Alta stiff shaft
Putter: PING Vault Oslo (prototype)
— Brooke Henderson (@BrookeHenderson) June 13, 2016