Billy Horschel Wins Zurich Classic

CONF-P1-Horschel-2-Chris-GraythenBilly Horschel drained a 27-foot putt on Sunday to win the Zurich Classic and his first ever PGA Tour event.

Despite two final round rain delays, Horschel put on a clutch performance tying a course record at the TPC Louisiana with an 8-under-par 64 final round to win by one stroke  overall over D.A. Points.

Bubba Watson and Justin Rose both finished T-15th with a 12-under-par overall score while 14-year-old amateur Guan Tianlang of China finished last amongst the players that made the cut after a poor third round and 2-0ver-par on Sunday.

The win netted the 25-year-old former Florida Gator $1.19 million and a two-year Tour exemption. Checkout the clubs he used below obtained from

DRIVER: Ping G25 (9.5°) with Mitsubishi Fubuki 63 graphite shaft

FAIRWAY WOODS: Ping G25 (15° and 18°) with Oban Kiyoshi 75 graphite shaft

IRONS: Ping S56 (3-PW) with Ping ZZ65 steel shaft

WEDGES: Ping Tour (52° and 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 steel shaft

PUTTER: Ping Redwood Piper

BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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