Singh Secures Another Win For RAZR Fit and HEX Black Tour

Callaway Staff Pro Jeev Milkha Singh rallied from five shots off the lead on Sunday to win the Scottish Open. He carded a final round 67 to reach a playoff and birdied the first hole of sudden death to close out the victory. Singh used a RAZR Fit Driver (8.5º), HEX Black Tour Ball, RAZR X Forged Irons, X Forged Vintage Wedge (52º) and an Odyssey ProType Tour Series Putter during the event.

RAZR Fit has now recorded nine wins across the major worldwide tours since last December, including major victories at the Kraft Nabisco Championship and the U.S. Women’s Open. In January, the driver was awarded an Editor’s Choice in the 2012 Golf Digest Hot List Issue. The HEX Black Tour Ball has posted seven wins this year, with victories on the PGA, European, Japanese and Web.com Tours. HEX Black Tour also received a gold medal in Golf Digest’s 2012 Golf Ball Hot List Issue.

With Singh’s victory in Scotland, our Callaway staffers have earned six European Tour wins this year. Branden Grace has won three times this season, Thongchai Jaidee won the Wales Open and Danny Willett secured his first career victory in a playoff at the BMW International Open. To learn more about all of our pros, please visit our Callaway Staff Pros page.

Lee Westwood – World #3 Wins Nordea Masters with Ping

Lee Westwood won his 40th career title Saturday with a five-stroke victory at the Nordea Masters at the Bro Hot Slott GC, in Stockholm, Sweden. He relied on new i20 irons and a Nome 355 putter. Leading by three to start the final round, he pulled away with an eagle at 12 and a birdie at 15. He said the new clubs will make the trip to the U.S. Open. “They’ve earned the right to say in. You’re never too sure first time in the bag, but they fit the clubs so well to m. It’s part of being with PING for 26 years. They know exactly what I want.”

Dustin Johnson Shoots 66 to Win St. Jude's Classic

Dustin Johnson - St Jude

Congratulations to Dustin Johnson on winning the St. Jude Classic.. Johnson won the St. Jude Classic on Sunday in his second event back after a back injury cost him nearly three months away from the PGA Tour, shooting a 4-under 66 that held off John Merrick by a stroke. It was Johnson’s sixth career victory as he prepares to head to California to compete in the U.S. Open after tying for 23rd last year at Congressional.