Jordan Spieth won the Masters by excelling in just about every phase of the game – it's tough to win at Augusta National if everything isn't clicking. And while he poured in putts all week, one key to his victory was his approach game – you can't make those putts if you're not in position.
The stats bear out how well Spieth hit his irons last week. He tied for 20th in Driving Accuracy, reaching 39 of his 56 fairways in regulation. However, he was second in Greens in Regulation, hitting 54 of 72 greens (75 percent), according to the Masters' statistics.
Spieth plays a full bag of Titleist equipment, including AP2 714 irons (4-iron through 9-iron). This latest edition of the AP2 line was introduced in 2014 with a suggested retail price of $1,240 per set (3- through 9-iron). Titleist updated them to enhance their forgiveness, starting with making the heads more progressive down through the set to keep the feel more consistent from club to club. Also, more camber was added to the sole and the way the hosel blends into the clubhead was cleaned up.
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