What clubs did Wallace use to win the Made in Denmark?

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The Englishman relied on 14 Ping clubs as he clinched his fourth European Tour victory

Matt Wallace claimed his third European Tour victory of the year and fourth overall at the Made in Denmark to boost his chances of making Thomas Bjorn’s Ryder Cup team.

Wallace is a Ping staff player and prefers the LST version of the Ping G400 driver which is the model most favoured by tour players.

Although we have seen a fair bit of love for the new G400 Max which is a bit larger and more stable.

The 27-year old sticks with the G400 range for his 3-wood and 5-wood.

Matt Wallace WITB

With the irons we see a very common set-up among professionals these days with the more powerful i210 in long irons and a bit more finesse with the i-Blades in the shorter irons.

Matt Wallace WITB

Wallace uses a mixture of the Ping Glide 2.0 wedges and new Glide Forged wedges.

These are the same model we first saw Bubba Watson and Tyrrell Hatton testing at the US Open.

Matt Wallace WITB

His putter is a Ping Sigma G Derby model with a ‘Two Thumb’ grip.

Matt Wallace WITB

Wallace plays the Titleist Pro V1x ball and wears the popular FootJoy Pro SL shoes.

“I set myself positions where I have to do things and, more often than not, I get it done,” Wallace said.

“I’m very fortunate to have done it when I needed to in a few tournaments now.”

Matt Wallace WITB

Driver:Ping G400 LST 8.5 ˚ (Aldila Rogue Silver 125 70 TX)
Fairways:Ping G400 14.5˚and 17.5 (Project X HZRDUS Yellow)
Irons:Ping I-210 3-5, I-blade 6-9, (KBS Tour 120 X)
Wedges:Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth 46˚Glide Forged 52˚ 58˚ (Standard finish)
Putter:Ping Sigma G Derby
Ball:Titleist Pro V1x
Shoes:FootJoy Pro SL
Glove:FootJoy ProFLX

More information can be found on the Ping website.

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