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Jon Rahm has signed a multi-year deal with Callaway Golf to use the brand’s equipment. The world’s second ranked player will use a full bag of Callaway woods, irons, and wedges, along with the brand’s putter and ball.
Rahm’s 2021 bag will include Callaway’s prototype woods and irons, along with the brand’s Jaws MD5 forged wedges, Odyssey putter and Chrome Soft X golf ball.
The big Spaniard worked with Callaway to set up the specifications for each of his new clubs and will debut as a Callaway staffer at this week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Maui.
He said: “I’m so happy to be joining Callaway. The equipment is already performing really well for me – I actually shot a course record 59 in my first round with the new setup.”
50 year-old Phil Mickelson has long been Callaway’s poster player, a mantle Rahm looks like he will now eventually take up.
Here’s what he’ll be carrying in his bag.
Rahm had been using a TaylorMade SIM driver with 9 degrees of loft, along with two SIM fairway woods at 14.5 and 17.5 degrees. He will now use the Callaway Proto Triple Diamond driver and a couple of Mavrik Sub Zero fairway woods. They have 16.5 and 18 degrees of loft.
Rahm will now use a Callaway UT Proto for his three-iron, while from four-iron to pitching wedge he will use Callaway Apex Proto’s.
Callaway Chrome Soft X
He will use a Callaway Chrome Soft X golf ball. His previous balls had the number 10 on because his birthday is November 10th and his favourite player on a football pitch is the number 10. We’ll see if this remains on his new ball.