Tyrrell Hatton made a dramatic birdie at the last to claim his second win in the space of a week.

Despite romping to victory at St Andrews, Hatton still made an equipment change – swapping his Ping G400 Crossover for a standard G400 4-iron.

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He  also plays the Ping G400 driver, i200 irons  4-PW and a couple of Glide 2.0 wedges.

So yes, that is two 4-irons. The G400 model is set to 19.5˚ though so more like a 3-iron.

Tyrrell Hatton WITB

Fellow Ping staffer Matt Wallace had led going into the final round but Ross Fisher and Kiradech Aphibarnrat rallied to set the clubhouse lead at -20.

Tyrrell Hatton WITB

Hatton went to the last needing a par and Wallace a birdie to make a four man play-off.

But a birdie meant he finished on -21 and took home a second trophy in two weeks.

Tyrrell Hatton WITB

Hatton, who signed a club deal with Ping about a year ago, does keep a trusty Vokey lob wedge in the bag too.

He also plays a TaylorMade M2 3-wood.

Hatton’s putter is the Ping Vault Oslo and has arguably been the most valuable weapon in his arsenal over the past 12 months.

Tyrrell Hatton WITB

Driver: Ping G400 LST 8.5˚  (Mitsubishi Fubuki K 60-X, 45″, D0+)

3-wood: TaylorMade M2 2016 16.5˚ (Graphite Design Tour AD-BB 7X

Irons:  Ping G400 4-iron, Ping i200 4-PW (Project X 6.0, 4-9 -0.25″, stepped stiff, D1)

Wedges: Ping Glide 2.0, 50SS, 54SS (True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100, D4), Titleist Vokey SM6 60°

Putter: Ping Vault Oslo Slate, 33″, 19.5° lie, 2° loft

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

Shoes: FootJoy Pro SL