Take a look at the equipment Bronte Law used to win the 2019 Pure Silk Championship presented by Visit Williamsburg.
The 24-year-old from England earned her first victory on the LPGA Tour and the seventh top-10 of her three-year career on Tour. Law posted a four-under-par 67 on Sunday to finish at 17-under and become the second Rolex First-Time winner of the season. She defeated Madelene Sagstrom, Brooke Henderson and Nasa Hatoka by two strokes to hoist the trophy.
Law, who was in the final pairing for the first time in her career, became the first wire-to-wire winner (with ties) since Pernilla Lindberg won the 2018 ANA Inspiration.
With her win, Law is the ninth player from England to win in the history of the LPGA Tour and the first since Georgia Hall won the 2018 AIG Women’s British Open. Law is eligible for the 2019 European Solheim Cup but would need to be one of Captain Catriona Matthew’s picks since she did not play the minimum number of Ladies European Tour (LET) events to qualify through the LET standings or world rankings.
|Driver||Titleist 917 D3|
|3 Wood||Titleist 917F3|
|21 degree Hybrid||Titleist 816H1|
|4-PW irons||Titleist 716 CBs|
|Wedges||50, 54, 60 degree Titleist Vokey SM7’s|
|Putter||Scotty Cameron Blade|
|Ball||New Pro V1X|
|Bag||Titleist Tour Bag|
(Information may change for future events.)