||TaylorMade Stealth Plus (9 deg @7.5)
||TaylorMade SIM Ti (Rd1,2)
||TaylorMade Stealth (Rd3,4)
||TaylorMade Stealth Plus (19 deg)
||TaylorMade Rors Proto (3-PW)
||TaylorMade MG3 (54, 60)
||TaylorMade Spider X Hydro Blast
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Closing a tumultuous week for golf, all eyes were on the final round of the Canadian Open. It was as if the PGA Tour was somehow being auditioned by the golfing public to see if it was good enough, to see if it was fit for purpose. If ever the stars needed to shine, this was the time...and oh my goodness did they put on a show!
They say 'pressure is for tyres and tension is for wires' but nobody told Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Tony Finau who performed with the shackles off, putting on an exhibition of not just golf, but camaraderie and sportsmanship as they duked it out at the wonderful St Georges.
Ahead of them Justin Rose was doing his bit, turning back the clock, just missing out on a 59. It was all happening.
In the end the man who spoke from the heart all week did his real talking on the golf course, winning the trophy and what might ultimately turn out to be a much more important prize for his Tour, the soul of golf. Rory rolled his final putt in with thousands of fans flooded around the edge of the green singing Ole Ole Ole, marshalled simply by two policemen on mountain bikes. It was a wonderful chorus to end a note perfect audition.
Using his TaylorMade SIM driver Rory drove his ball a field leading average of 316.8 yards hitting 27 fairways. That translated to 49 greens found in regulation with his TaylorMade Rors Proto irons, for a T16 field clip. He ranked No. 1 in Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green with +14.203, including +6.818 on Sunday. The 33-year-old can put his resurgence in 2022 in large part down his putting, rolling in 102 putts total, 1st in the stats with his TaylorMade Spider X Hydro Blast putter. In total he circled 26 birdies for the week versus just seven bogeys. With his win Rory jumps from 8th to 3rd in the latest World Golf Rankings and is now the firm favourite for this week's US Open at Brookline.