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The 7 Drivers That Won The Most In 2013

We took a look at the winners' bags from the 2013 PGA Tour events and found that six different drivers won two or more times in 2013. Of all the winners, more than half had their loft set to 9.5 degrees. One driver won five or more times on the PGA, LPGA, and Champions Tours. Here are the six highest-performing drivers on the PGA Tour in 2013, and the most successful of the LPGA and Champions Tours.

December 2013

Srixon XXI07

Srixon XXI07

There was a tie on the LPGA for the winningest driver: Inbee Park won with the XXIO7 six times, and three players combined to win six times with the TaylorMade R1.

Number of Wins: Six
Player: Inbee Park (Honda LPGA Thailand, Kraft Nabisco, North Texas Shootout, Wegmans LPGA Championship, Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, and the US Women's Open)
Tech Talk: The center of gravity is deep to produce a higher launch angle. Weight was added to the heel to shift the center of gravity closer to the shaft to make it easier to square up the clubhead at impact. The variable thickness face employs a high-strength, low-density titanium with the thinnest sections extending to the leading edge for improved off-center hit ballspeeds.

Number of Wins: Six
Players: Stacy Lewis (HSBC Women's Champions, RR Donnelly Founders Cup, RICOH Women's British Open), Beatriz Recari (Kia Classic and the Marathon Classic), and Ihee Lee (Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA).


Number of Wins: Six
Players: John Cook (Mitsubishi Electric Championship), David Frost (Toshiba Classic), Craig Stadler (Encompass Championship) Mark Wiebe (Senior Open and Pacific Links Hawaii), and Bart Bryant (Dick's Sporting Goods).
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