AT&T Byron Nelson winner Steven Bowditch
is one of the rare players on the PGA Tour who appears to be absolutely agnostic about the gear he uses – whatever feels good at the time, it seems, is what goes in his bag. Proof of that comes from a quick peek in his bag; he has turned it over almost completely – not just the clubs, but the brands as well – since his victory in the 2014 Valero Texas Open
a mere 14 months ago.
Between then and his victory Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson, out went clubs from Cleveland, Callaway and Rife, and in came clubs from TaylorMade, Adams, Mizuno and Bettinardi. Seven of the 14 clubs in his bag for his AT&T Byron Nelson victory were MP-4 irons from Mizuno.
Mizuno bills these irons as the purest of forged musclebacks for shotmakers seeking the ultimate control over their ball flight. Created from carbon steel, they feature a thin top line and reduced offset. And the muscleback is most prominent in the scoring irons and shrinks down through to the slender long irons.
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