Several PGA Tour players kicking off new season with new equipment

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U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell showed off his new Srixon cap during pratice at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.
By
Doug Ferguson
Associated Press

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Typical of a new season, some players arrived at the PGA Tour’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions with new clubs after their previous deals expired. The most noteworthy, perhaps because of the monstrous year he had, was U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell switching from Callaway to Srixon.

He will use Srixon irons and golf balls and Cleveland wedges. McDowell will wear a Srixon hat and glove and carry the logo on his bag.

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Players champion Tim Clark, meanwhile, has left Srixon for Titleist.

Jim Furyk, who had an endorsement deal with Srixon, will continue using its irons. But he has switched to a TaylorMade bag, as the FedExCup champion will be using the TaylorMade driver and ball.

Not in the field is former Masters champion Trevor Immelman, who has left Nike for Callaway. Kevin Streelman signed with Wilson.


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