It is an era where artificial intelligence (AI) designs golf clubs. However, there are PGA Tour players who insist on old clubs rather than the latest clubs.

Golf WRX, a media specializing in golf equipment in the United States, recently introduced that “Kelly Kraft 토토사이트(USA), a former US amateur champion in 2011, competed in a tournament with golf clubs purchased from a second-hand internet site.”

According to reports, Kraft brought a full set of 2013 Callaway Legacy black irons to the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open held last month. Callaway’s tour content manager told Social Network Service (SNS), “Kraft played with a club he bought on the eBay second-hand market. She really respects him.” However, Kraft, who has not yet won a PGA Tour championship, unfortunately missed the cut in this tournament.

Henrik Stenson (Sweden), who recently transferred to the LIV Golf Invitational Series, is also a known user of Callaway Legacy Black. In an interview with a media outlet last year, he said, “After accidentally hitting it at the 2013 US Open, I couldn’t forget the feeling and have been using it ever since.”

There is also a player who lifted the PGA Tour championship trophy with a putt purchased at a local golf equipment store. Jim Furyk (USA) bought a cheap putter for $39 at a second-hand shop in 2010 and won the final game of the playoffs, sitting on a cushion of 11.35 million dollars.

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