Scottsdale, AZ (August 14, 2016) – Ryan Moore shot an impressive 22 under par during the John Deere Classic to seize the title of tournament champion and claim PXG’s second PGA TOUR victory this season.
PXG first made headlines when Moore appeared at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in 2015 with a set of PXG 03x prototypes in his bag. Since then, Moore and 12 other notable tour professionals have signed with PXG, catapulting the company and its groundbreaking technology into the spotlight.
“Today’s victory is not only well-deserved, it’s especially sweet,” said PXG founder and American entrepreneur Bob Parsons. “I give Ryan a ton of credit for where PXG is today. He has believed in us and our vision since day one.”
“In order to win an event like the John Deere Classic you have to be consistent, giving yourself the most possible looks at birdie,” Ryan Moore shared. “PXG equipment gave me the confidence and consistency I needed to put four great rounds of golf together this week.”
What’s in Ryan Moore’s bag?
- PXG 0811 Driver, 9° with Matrix Prototype; 45.25"
- PXG 0317 Hybrid, 19° with Matrix Ozik 85-x; 40.25"
- PXG 0317 Hybrid, 22° with Matrix Ozik 85-x; 39.75"
- PXG 0311T Irons 5-9pw with DG Lite X-100; standard length
- PXG 0311 54° Milled Wedge with S400; standard length
- PXG 0311T 60° Milled Wedge with S400; standard length
With wins on all three major U.S. tours and explosive growth in its first year, PXG is one of the biggest news makers in the golf equipment world. The company’s innovative technology, easily recognizable clubs and unapologetic focus on performance is driving golfers at every level of the game to reconsider what is possible with the right equipment in the bag.
For more information about PXG equipment, visit www.PXG.com.