||Titleist TSi3 (10 deg)
||Titleist TS2 (15 deg)
||Titleist 818 H2 (21 deg)
||Titleist T100 (4-9)
||Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (46, 52, 56 deg)
||Titleist Vokey Design Proto (60)
||Scotty Cameron Circle T 009
||Titleist Pro V1X
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Jordan Spieth and his Jekyll and Hyde putter are PGA Tour winners again after an entertaining final instalment at the RBC Heritage.
The Texas looked an 'also-ran' from the sixth to last pairing but a pair of early eagles propelled him up the leaderboard and into the mix. Atop that mix and seemingly cruising was Shane Lowry until errors started to creep in on the back nine and a misjudged greenside chip on 14 cost him double bogey and left the Irishman having to settle for third for the second week in a row.
That opened the door Spieth to post the clubhouse lead (13 under) after a great birdie on the last, 24 hours after he inexplicably missed a putt from 18 inches there for par and only Patrick Cantlay could match him from what followed.
The playoff was a rapid affair with both men finding the greenside bunker on the first replaying of 18. Spieth's shot was duly stitched to a couple of inches, Cantlay's from a plugged lie was thudded 35 foot past the hole and when he missed the return it would be PGA Tour win number 13 for the 28 year old and a jump from 20th to 10th in the latest world golf rankings.
Using his Titleist TSi3 driver Spieth found just 36 fairways for a T31 field clip and averaged 293.8 yards. The Texan's Titleist T100 irons and SM9 wedges were humming however with 50 greens in regulation, and a field leading SG: Tee to Green number of 13.341. Spieth's Scotty Cameron Circle T 009 misbehaved terribly at times with 110 total putts, T37 in the stats, and ended a lowly 60th in SG: Putting on -2.545 but came up trumps when it counted during the week with three eagles and 14 birdies versus seven bogeys.