Jonas Blixt, a Swedish pro golfer, was born on 24th April 1984. Formerly he had been playing on the Nationwide Tour, European Tour, and Challenge Tour. However, currently, he plays on the PGA Tour.
So far, Blixt has earned four professional and five amateur wins. The Swedish golfer is, therefore, a player to consider among international golfers.
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In his initial amateur stage, Blixt represented the Hammarö Golf Club and successfully won the 2003 Nordic Championship. He was part of the Swedish winning team at the European Boys’ Team Championship in 2001 and the European Amateur Team Championship also.
However, in 2008, Blixt decided to turn professional. That saw him take part in more than 20 events in the Nationwide Tour and European Tour.
After winding up the 2011 Nationwide Tour season at position 5, Blixt earned a chance to play in the PGA Tour 2012. And sure enough, at the 2012 Frys.com Open, he earned victory.
After the exemplary performance, in 2014, Blixt rose to occupy 33 position according to the Official World Golf Ranking. In 2017 he teamed up with Cameron Smith and won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Jonas Blixt WITB
Driver: TaylorMade 2016 M2 9.5°, Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 6X
The TaylorMade 2016 M2 driver features the seven-layer carbon composite crown. For that reason, the crown, is ultra-light, feels thin but has high strength. Such a design gives it a significant weight-saving ability.
It thus permits more weight to concentrate low and way back on the sole. That makes up for an efficient power transfer, more ball speed, and long-distance.
Further it also uses the inverted cone technology to broaden the sweet spot and increase its level of forgiveness. Besides, the high MOI combined with a large sweet spot brings about high stability.
Its use of a redesigned speed pocket technique improves the launch angle and speed. On the other hand, the internal acoustic engineering quietness the vibrations.
3 Wood: Cobra King F6 14.5°, Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 6X
One of the unique features of the Cobra King F6 is its movable weight. The fine-tunable tungsten can help to shift weight forward or backward and thus influence the center of gravity.
For instance, moving the weight back makes the club lighter, boosts the spin and launch angle. In effect, it boosts flight control. The club is a versatile wood that offers you solid performance. Therefore golfers of all levels will find it vital.
5 Wood: Cobra King F6 Baffler 18°, Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 8X
The Cobra King F6 Baffler boasts rails that ensure its sole remains square and that the club doesn’t dig into the ground when you make a hit. That makes it an appropriate wood to play on soft ground.
Compared to the 7 or 3 wood, its 147cc is the smallest. However, it presents a compact look when you place it at the address location. Unlike other woods, it has a white groove line and circular marks at the center. So it’s easy to align and square.
It features a 455 steel face infused to the 17-4 steel body. Furthermore, it uses movable eights to influence the position of the center of gravity and thus suit your need.
Irons: Mizuno MP-25 (3-8)
When you need the set of irons that generates a more solid feel at impact, then the Mizuno MP-25 is a worthy consideration. Also, it slips through turf smoothly.
The irons use baron on its face. Accordingly, that produces a thin face with pronounced perimeter weighting and high moments of inertia.
So when you take a hit on the ball, it benefits you with forgiveness and longer carry distance on the entire face of the club. Beside it uses the micro slot pocket cavity in the long irons to further boost speed.
As for the suitability, its blend of thick top line and minimal offset makes it iron for a wide range of golfers. However, its blade length and topline design give it a modest look. But besides forgiveness on the face, it promises appreciable distance control, consistency, and a soft feel.
Mizuno MP-5 (9, PW), True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 Tour Issue
Whereas Jhonattan Vegas WITB has Mizuno MP-4, Blixt prefers Mizuno MP-5. Every iron in the set complements another in terms of forgiveness and feel.
Its unique feature stems from the use of channel back design. A thick mass of weight thus sits behind the sweet spot in a way that still offers fair stability on off-center strikes.
The easy-to-hit iron combines the Harmonic Impact Technology and grain flow forged technology on mild carbon steel. That’s why it gives a solid and consistent feel on impact with the ball. Accordingly, even low handicap amateurs who are fairly skilled can still benefit from its forgiveness.
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM6 (54°-14 F Grind, 60°-08 M Grind), True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 Tour Issue
When it comes to wedge choice, Jonas Blixt WITB has Titleist Vokey SM6, a brand that you’ll also find in Aaron Baddeley WITB. The club features the TX4 groove design. In other words, the lower lofts feature narrow and deep grooves, while the higher lofts boast wide and shallow groove structures.
The club’s face also has micro lines that add roughness. Therefore, the face thus takes a more bite on the ball, thereby increasing spin.
The SM6 Vokey features a progressive center of gravity. Thus, during the game as you switch from one wedge to the next, you can still maintain consistency in the shots.
Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour Red
The putter offers you a compact shape and moderately forgiving, considering it offers you Tour quality. Besides, it also has an arresting look.
At the same time, it presents high moments of inertia. When you make a hit slightly off the center the face doesn’t twist off. Though it has no alignment aid line, it will only take you a couple of hits before you master to align it properly.
Considering its black face and red head, it’s easy to see the leading edge without strain during the address. By possessing discrete weights on its toe and heel, the TaylorMade Spider Tour Red produces an impressive stable feel, more so on the short putts.
So what makes the Spider Tour Red unique? It’s an attractive look, outstanding feel, rolls nicely, and forgiving according to Tour level. Accordingly Stacy Lewis WITB also stocks a Taylormade putter.
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
The ball has a design that excels in speed, high flight, and spin on the green side. So if you are looking for more spin on your wedge shots, it’s the ball to try out.
To deliver in speed and distance, it uses a mix of high flex and resilient layer together with reformulated 2.0 ZG process core. And its new aerodynamic shape gives it a penetrating flight.
There you have it all what Jonas Blixt WITB entails. And like many Tour players golf bags he picks the best clubs from different brands. So why not borrow ideas from him and replace that one club which isn’t giving you the best performance?