What golf clubs and ball does Viktor Hovland use? Our in-depth review of what’s in the bag of the Norwegian superstar for 2022.
Victory at the Dubai Desert Classic means Viktor Hovland now has six worldwide career wins in just two-and-a-half years as a pro.
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The Norwegian beat veteran Richard Bland in a play-off to win his first Rolex Series event, second European Tour title and move up to third in the World Rankings.
The 24-year-old’s win at Emirates Golf Club was his third in his last five starts ( he also won the Hero World Challenge and Worldwide Technology Championship at Mayakoba) and came off the back of his T4 finish at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. He has missed just three cuts in his professional career.
Hovland became the first Norwegian to win on the European Tour with victory at the 2021 BMW International Open in June, before becoming the first of his countrymen to represent Team Europe at the Ryder Cup when he made his debut for Padraig Harrington’s side in September.
He recorded his first PGA Tour win at Puerto Rico Open in February 2020 before winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic in December 2020.
2021 saw Hovland cement his spot in the top 10 of the world rankings, record ten top-10 finishes and miss just one cut (The Players Championship).
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The former World Amateur No.1 is a Ping staff player with the majority of his bag made up of the brand’s clubs. However, Hovland does use a TaylorMade SIM fairway wood and swaps between a Ping G425 hybrid, a Callaway Apex UW, a Callaway X Forged UT driving iron and Ping i210 3-iron depending on the course and conditions.
Let’s take an in-depth look at what is in Hovland’s golf bag for 2022.
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