Callaway club powers Jacobson to maiden PGA Tour title

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Freddie Jacobson saw off the challenge of Ryan Moore at the Travelers Championship, and there were a few surprises in the Swede's winning bag.

Lots of top Tour players prefer the look and feel of a more-traditional bladed iron, but Jacobson instead chose to use excellent Callaway Diablo irons, that feature a slightly thicker topline and a tad more forgiveness than lots of "better player" irons.

The irons generate better distance than other forged clubs because of a lower, deeper center of gravity that promotes a strong, penetrating trajectory. The undercut cavity improves stability on off-center hits and the thin, energy-efficient face increases ball speeds. The sleek, compact head shape features a thin top line, narrow sole, shorter blade length and minimal offset, providing premium control and shot-shaping performance for a wide range of golfers.

The three-time European Tour winner also used Callaway Diablo Octane driver and fairway wood, as well as another Diablo Octane Tour fairway. Jacobson's final-round of 66 was too good for American Moore, who bogeyed the last to lose out by a solitary stroke in Connecticut.

Callaway Diablo Octane models feature a slightly smaller head size than standard models, a full hosel, and the more open look at address preferred by skilled players.  Diablo Octane Drivers come with a Project X™ Graphite Shaft that is 46 inches in the standard model and 45.5 inches in the Tour model.

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