At a tender age when he couldn’t afford golf balls, Vijay Singh practiced with coconut. Born on 22nd February 1963, the Fijian golfer has shown exceptional skills in the sport.
When talking about some of the most successful golfers in the world, he can’t miss the list. He has won the PGA Tour 34 times and the European Tour 13 times
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In 1982, Vijay decided to go professional. Previously you could find him on the Asian and European Tour. But currently, he is playing in the PGA Tour, PGATour Champions, and European Senior Tour.
Two years into his pro career, Vijay won the Malaysian PGA Championship. Then in 1989, he earned his first European Tour Title victory in Volvo Open Championship. That paved way for a series of wins for the Fijian golfer in the years that followed.
In 1993, he earned the title of the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. After several wins, Vijay climbed to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking in 2004 thus toppling over Tiger Woods.
And even after he turned 40, Vijay has won 22 PGA Tour victories. Apart from Tiger Woods, the Fiji golfer is the only player to have bagged $60million as his PGA Tour earnings.
Altogether the professional golfer has managed 64 professional victories. And with over 10 achievements and awards in his bag, he is a force to reckon in the sport.
So what does Vijay Singh WITB contains?
Vijay Singh WITB
Driver: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Triple Diamond (8.5 degrees @ 7.5), Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec 5 TX
The driver features a high toe, a straight top line, and a progressive face. Therefore it feels easy to align at the address line, no wonder Michelle Wie WITB also contains the same brand. Its center of gravity is in a precise position that gives desired spin characteristics, high MOI. So it’s the driver that’s forgiving on off-center hits.
Further, it combines the new flash face and jailbreak technology. As a result, it gives the face center that gives a high impact on the ball and thus enhancing speed.
Besides, it employs an adjustable perimeter weighting for easy control of the ball flight. So you can influence the fade, draw or achieve straight ball flight.
However, apart from the unique head shape, it has an internal weighting structure. The blend gives a unique combination of low spin and high MOI. And the result is a driver that’s forgiving and supports long distance.
TaylorMade SIM (15 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X Shaft
Like the Collin Morikawa WITB, Vijay also stocks the TaylorMade SIM fairway wood. The fairway wood boasts a hot titanium face that delivers in ball speed. Also by having the structure that sits low at the address it enjoys smooth turf interaction.
If you generally suffer low spin and low launch the TaylorMade SIM fairway wood fits you. It helps you to quickly get the golf ball in the air and still possess enough spin to stop on the green. Besides, it gives you an adjustable hosel.
TaylorMade M2 (18 degrees) with Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 8.2 Tour Spec X
Its design blends different materials. For example, it uses different strains of stainless steel on the body and face, then a six layer carbon crown that injects a low center of gravity. Also, it picks on the inverted cone technology to give the club a large sweet spot.
On the other hand, its 2 tier sole design gives it admirable playability in all lies. When your shots fall on the lower part of the face, it still registers high speed and distance. That’s due to the highly flexible open channel speed pocket.
As for the feel and sound, the fluted hosel design performs without compromising distance or center of gravity.
Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro (4-5) with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 X shaft
On its face, the Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro uses the malleable chromoly4140M and seamless cup face design. The effect is the iron that has an optimum ball speed capacity.
Furthermore, the CORTECH technology offers an enhanced thickness distribution. Accordingly, it enhances the correlation area and speed. Its beveled trailing edge gives the iron a smooth performance on the turf.
On the other hand, the stability frame gives the club the right flight apex and thus allowing you to control shots in the green. And considering its pearl brush finish, it registers minimal glare in the sun.
Mizuno MP-20 (6-PW) with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 X Shaft
Unlike the Srixon Z 745 that you find in Smylie Kaufman WITB, the Mizuno MP-20 set of irons has a thin copper layer below the nickel chrome. For that reason, it registrars a better feel on impact. The entire iron set picks forged grain flow Chromoly that is solid, soft and has a consistent feel.
It infuses the material in its multi-material design of the face and neck. Furthermore, its head has undergone fine-tuning shape and thus provides desired feedback and feel.
Then dual tungsten weighting on the toe and heel promotes low and deep CG plus enhanced MOI. It’s the iron or the skillful golfer that can maintain accurate shot on balls
Wedges: Wilson Staff FG Tour PMP (54-11, 59-10) both with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 X Shafts
Among the unique features of the Wilson Staff FG Tour PMP concerns the grooves. On its face, it presents the precisely milled HM groove that optimizes full shot spins. Furthermore, its tiny laser-etched micro-grooves boost spin on partial shots. So in overall, the wedge outshines in giving consistent spins.
Putter: Odyssey White Hot Pro 2-Ball
The putter employs Tour winning insert, improve on it, and then uses the insert on the face to enhance the sound, feel, and performance on impact.
And its striking surface gives a consistent performance on the entire face. That’s because it employs the improved laser milled insert cutting procedure.
As you have seen from the review Vijay Singh WITB contains assorted models of clubs like Mizuno, TaylorMade, and Wilson. However, he seems to have a close connection and trust with the clubs such that they have landed him victory in PGA Tour 34 times. So do you feel like replacing any of your wedges, putter, or iron? Borrow an idea from Vijay Singh.