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GolfWRX was live this week from the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California. If you missed any of the photos from this week, make sure to catch up on them below, where we have seven general galleries from Hogan’s Alley, a number of WITB looks, and even a thread filled with photos of a certain 15-time major champions.

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Piretti Putter Kobe Bryant tribute covers

FYI: Two numbers? Kobe wore No. 24 in high school and switched to 33. But when drafted by the Hornets and traded to the Lakers in 1996, 33 was already retired by the team in tribute to Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Bryant then chose 8, the number he wore as a youth in Italy, which also coincided with the sum of “143,” the number Bryant wore at Adidas ABCD Camp in high school. Bryant also wore 24 in the NBA from the 2006-2007 season onward, explaining, “24 is a growth. Physical attributes aren’t there the way they used to be, but the maturity level is greater. Marriage, kids. Start having a broader perspective being one of the older guys on the team now, as opposed to being the youngest.”

Jason Dufner’s custom Scotty Cameron

Looks like a custom Timeless Cameron with a smooth face (no milling), which is not available in retail. Tiger Woods WITB has the same smooth face on his gamer. Here’s a link to Duf’s putter pics

Sergio’s WITB is off the hook

The Spaniard is gaming the new TaylorMade SIM Driver and fairway woods, some Ping Blueprint silverware, and a Ping PLD putter.

“It seems most of the Ping staffers who play the PLD putters have either completely flat faces or the plain horizontal milled lines on the face. I’m not really sure why they seem to prefer this, but I suspect it’s because they don’t really need the “forgiveness” of the TR grooves. They also may not like that the putter sounds slightly different when hit on the deeper grooves compared to the thinner spots.” -nova6868 from the forums.

Dustin Johnson’s WITB showed us his TaylorMade 64* Hi-Toe wedge

Adam Scott’s WITB features both LAB and Cameron broomstick putters

New 2020 Fourteen wedges

Please, Fourteen, bring these to market! (Link is here to see more photos in the forums).

Kevin Na’s WITB graphite shafted Odyssey/Toulon bronze Madison putter

Link to Kevin Na’s WITB here. 

Matt Fitzpatrick’s WITB is representing his favorite football team Sheffield United

Matt Fitzpatrick’s WITB has his Yes Tracey putter. His Bettinardi cover is for his favorite Football team: Sheffield United

Let’s not forget thee GOAT is here. Tiger Woods w/ his TW20 shoes

Are those metal spikes? Yes, they are. We don’t miss the marks on the green, but we do miss their sound clattering in the clubhouse!

If you want to see all the Genesis photos and discussion click this link!

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  1. Bert

    Feb 15, 2020 at 2:18 pm

    I picked up a few sets of metal pegs a couple years ago just for grins. Gotta say they honestly do considerably less damage to the greens than some of the soft-spikes i have tried.
    Just have to pick your feet up when you walk- what a concept…

    The people that cant handle picking their feet up when they walk added with the damage they do to the floors in clubhouses are the reasons they are banned.

    Or it could just be a giant conspiracy they forced us to buy spikes that actually wear out causing us to buy more… Get out the tin foil boys

  2. Everyone

    Feb 14, 2020 at 9:28 pm

    GolfWRX photo hacks are lazy

  3. Geoffrey Holland

    Feb 14, 2020 at 11:07 am

    How many players have gone back to metal spikes with the rule change last year to allow them to tap down spike marks in their line?

    • Sauce

      Feb 14, 2020 at 1:43 pm

      From what I have noticed, Tiger has been using metal spikes when conditions are damp and maximum traction is needed. I also miss the clattering in the parking lot!

  4. bla

    Feb 12, 2020 at 8:05 pm

    Tigers long shoe laces are annoying…..

    • Gator Irons

      Feb 12, 2020 at 10:16 pm

      Awwww…..

    • Gotmygamebackknockonwood

      Feb 17, 2020 at 5:08 pm

      His pants being too long are ok with you…ps…I love my nike golf shoes, but they tend to be ugly!

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Photos from this week’s 2020 Waste Management Phoenix Open

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GolfWRX was on the ground this week at the 2020 Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course. We have a number of general galleries this week, which feature plenty of custom WMPO swag, as well as some very cool WITB looks, including Justin Thomas, Hideki Matsuyama, and more.

TV Schedule

Thursday and Friday: Golf Channel from 3-7 p.m. EDT

Saturday and Sunday: Golf Channel from 1-2:45 p.m. EDT. CBS will have coverage from 3-6 p.m.

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Bryson DeChambeau – WITB 2020

Bryson DeChambeau – WITB 2020 WMPO

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Top photos from the Farmers Insurance Open

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GolfWRX was live on the range, on-course,  and in the tour trucks at Torrey Pines this week, and we have a forum full of photos for our efforts!

While you can feast on all our galleries in the forums, we’re serving up an appetizer of some of the most interesting shots from the famed California course.

Some superb stamping from Vokey’s Aaron Dill on Ben Taylor’s SM8 wedges.

The Cobra tour department’s wedge efforts are, in the words of Judge Smails, “no slouch!” Justin Suh’s 52 and 58-degree Cobra King wedges.

A look at the spread of new Odyssey Triple Track putters

Rickie Fowler’s prototype Cobra blades and carry bag combo

A new camo grip from SuperStroke among the usual suspects in the Traxion lineup

The chalk! A few of TaylorMade’s Spider X photos in a chalk finish

A darling of the GolfWRX forums: Ping’s Blueprint irons

Check out all our galleries from the Farmers Insurance Open below

General galleries

WITB

And check out the discussion thread here to see what WRXers are saying

Prototype staff bag rain cover

 

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Interesting photos from inside the Mizuno European Tour truck

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GolfWRX got an exclusive look inside Mizuno’s European Tour truck, thanks to the sleuthing efforts of one Rob Brooks, aka @GolfNation_ on Instagram.

Brooks captured plenty of shots of drool-worthy tour only goods, some good looks at the tools of the job, as well as some of the best photos of 2020 Mizzy wares—including the ST200 drivers—we’ve seen.

We have four jam-packed galleries for your perusal in the forums, but to whet your appetite, enjoy the Mizuno morsels below.

Check out all four of our galleries from the tour truck, below.

 

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