A look at the equipment Celine Boutier used to win the 2019 ISPS Handa Vic Open.
Boutier’s win down under was her first victory on the LPGA Tour and the second top-10 of her three-year career on Tour. The French golfer posted an even-par 72 on Sunday to finish at 8-under and become the first Rolex First-Time winner of the season. She defeated Sarah Kemp, Su Oh, and rookie Charlotte Thomas by two strokes to hoist the trophy.
Boutier is no stranger to success; having notched two wins on the Ladies European Tour, the 2017 Sanya Ladies Open and the 2018 Australian Ladies Classic Bonville; and two wins on the Symetra Tour, the 2017 Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic and the 2017 Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge.
With her win, Boutier joins Brittany Lang (2016 U.S. Women’s Open) as the second Duke University alumnae to win on the LPGA Tour. The two-time All-American at Duke and 2013-14 National Player of the year helped lead the Blue Devils to the NCAA Championship in 2014.
|Driver||PXG XX 9 degrees|
|Fairway Woods||PXG 0341X|
|Wedges||PXG 0311 50-54-58 degrees|
|Putter||Odyssey V line|
|Ball||Titleist Pro V1X|
|Grips||Golf Pride Women's 58|
|Lucky item||Duke Ball Marker|
(Information may change for future events.)