In Gee Chun: What’s In The Bag
What is in In Gee Chun's bag?
In Gee Chun won for the first time in four years as she secured a third major title with victory in the Women’s PGA Championship in June 2022. A look at In Gee Chun: What’s In The Bag.
Having already won two of the five women’s golf majors, Chun added the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship to her CV with victory at Congressional.
The South Korean opened with a record-equalling eight under par 64 on the Blue Course and ended with a five-under total, defeating Minjee Lee and Lexi Thompson by a shot.
It was a welcome return to the big time for the Ping staff golfer, who last won in 2018 when claiming her third LPGA Tour title.
In Gee won the first two in majors in the 2015 US Women’s Open and the 2016 Evian Championship before taking the title at the 2018 LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship, which was co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour.
Chun recorded nine previous wins on the KLPGA in the 2013 Kia Motors Korea Women’s Open, the S-Oil Champions Invitational in 2014 and 2015, the KDB Daewoo Securities Classic and Chosun Ilbo-POSCO Championship in 2014, the Samchully Together Open, Doosan Match Play Championship, Hite Jinro Championship and KB Financial Star Championship in 2015.
She has also won the World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup and Japan Women’s Open Golf Championship on the LPGA of Japan Tour in 2015.
What’s In The Bag In Gee Chun (at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in June 2022)
Driver: Ping G410 (9.0 degrees) (Read the Review)
Woods: Ping G425 Max (7-wood, 20.5 degrees & 9-wood, 23.5 degrees) (Read the Review)
Hybrids: Ping G425 (Read the Review)
Irons: Ping i210 (5-iron to PW) (Read the Review)
Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 (50 degrees) (Read the Review) & Edel DVR Grind (54 degrees & 58 degrees)
Putter: Ping 2021 Anser
Ball: Srixon Z-Star (Read the Review)
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