13 September 2010 Last Updated: 21 November 2013

By Jonathan Greathead, TG Senior Equipment Editor

Christian Nilsson led the way for Callaway and Odyssey golfers this weekend, with an impressive tie for second at the KLM Open.

The Swede shot four rounds in the 60s in Holland using Callaway equipment, including an FT-iZ Tour driver and Diablo Forged irons.

He also used Odyssey's Black Series i #1 putter to good effect, finishing with an average of 28.5 putts per round which placed him in the top-10 for putting stats throughout the week.

Another impressive flatstick display came from Nick Dougherty who finished in fourth place in the putting rankings, with an average of 27.5 putts per round. Interestingly. the Englishman has recently reduced the grip size on his White Hot XG #7 to ensure more feel on longer putts.

INFORMATION: For more details on Callaway equipment, please visit www.callawaygolf.com

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