Billy Horschel hits greens -- lots of them. Coming into the BMW Championship the former Florida Gator ranked fourth on tour in GIR. Of course, that tee-to-green advantage has been mostly offset by what can only be described as mediocre-at-best putting, his rank of 100th in strokes gained/putting serving as evidence. At Cherry Hills, however, Horschel continued to hit greens, ranking among the best in greens in regulation for the week with an odd iron configuration consisting of a Ping S55 3-iron, no 4-iron, then picking up the rest of the iron set 5-iron through pitching wedge. The difference maker, however, was his putter -- a Ping Karsten TR B60 model that Horschel switched to earlier this year at the RBC Heritage Classic.
__Driver:__Ping G30 (Aldila Rogue 60x), 9 degrees
__3-wood:__Ping G25, 15 degrees
__5-wood:__Ping G25, 18 degrees
__Irons (3-, 5-PW): __Ping S55
__Wedges:__Ping Tour Gorge SS (50, 56, 60 degrees)
__Putter:__Ping Karsten TR B60