Last updated on March 11th, 2023 at 06:20 PM
Michelle Wie West is making her return to competitive play at the Kia Classic this week, Callaway are leading in LPGA Tour equipment, and Team Callaway is well represented at the WGC – Dell Technologies Match Play.
Here’s a look at the 14 Callaway clubs that Michelle is using in her first start of 2021.
She’s also gaming a Chrome Soft X Triple Track Ball.
Epic Speed Driver (9*)
Speeder 661 Evolution Shaft
Epic Speed Fairway Wood (15*)
MCA Diamana TB 60 Shaft
MAVRIK Sub Zero Fairway Wood (17*), MAVRIK Fairway Wood (21*), Rogue Fairway Wood (25*)
Project X HZRDUS 60 Shaft (in 17*), Project X HZRDUS Yellow 70 (in 21* and 25*)
MAVRIK Pro (6-iron), Apex Pro 21 (7-PW)
Nippon NS Pro 950 GH Shafts
Mack Daddy Forged Wedges (52, 56, 60) Nippon NS Pro 950 GH Shafts
Odyssey Toulon Memphis Putter
with Stroke Lab Shaft
Callaway On The LPGA: #1 Driver, Putter + More
Callaway continues to dominate equipment counts on the LPGA Tour. In fact, at the LPGA Tour Drive On Championship earlier this month, Callaway were the #1 Driver brand with 44.2% of all drivers in play, and Epic was the #1 model with 32 in the field.
To put that into perspective, no other brand had more than 29 TOTAL drivers.
Callaway were also the #1 Fairway Wood Brand, the #1 Iron Brand, and Odyssey was the #1 Putter Brand at the event (the new Odyssey White Hot OG 2-Ball was our most popular model).
Michelle’s Chrome Soft X Triple Track Ball
This week Michelle is using the popular Callaway Chrome Soft X Triple Track Golf Ball, featuring Triple Track alignment that’s designed to improve putting accuracy.
Phil Mickelson has won three events with a Chrome Soft X Triple Track, and players like how it helps them find the proper line, especially on putts inside of 10 feet.
Chrome Soft X continues to be one of the most popular balls on Tour for players like Mickelson, Jon Rahm, and Xander Schauffele among others, and Callaway is currently the #2 Golf Ball brand on the LPGA Tour.