A look at the equipment Jeongeun Lee6 used to win the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open conducted by the USGA.
The 2019 LPGA Tour rookie from the Republic of Korea earned her first victory on the LPGA Tour becoming the first player in championship history to receive the $1,000,000 winner’s check. Lee6’s one-under-par 70 on Sunday was enough to finish at 6-under and become the third Rolex First-Time winner of the season. She defeated Angel Yin, So Yeon Ryu and Lexi Thompson by two strokes for the victory.
Lee6’s final round of 70 was her eighth under-par effort in 12 career U.S. Women’s Open rounds. As a non-Member, Lee6 finished fifth in her championship debut in 2017 at Trump Bedminster and tied for 17th last year at Shoal Creek.
She is the 16th player from the Republic of Korea to win a major, the most of any country other than the United States. Lee6 was the 19th player to make the U.S. Women’s Open her first LPGA Tour victory.
|Driver||Callaway Epic Flash (Mitsubishi Diamana M+), 9 degrees|
|3 Wood||Callaway Epic Flash, 15 degrees|
|Hybrids||Callaway Apex (20, 23 degrees)|
|Irons (5-PW)||Callaway Apex Pro 19|
|Wedges||Titleist Vokey SM7 (50, 54, 58 degrees)|
|Putter||Odyssey O-Works 2-Ball|
|Ball||Titleist Pro V1X|
|Superstition||Usually play with number 6 and 8 balls|
(Information may change for future events.)