There were two big winners on the PGA Tour this past Sunday with tournaments taking place in both Florida and Puerto Rico.
Justin Rose took the biggest prize with his victory at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral.
The TaylorMade staffer hauled off the trophy while using a bevy of the companies products and sporting their slime green ’17’ signature cap as part of their ‘RBZ 17’ campaign.
In the bag for Rose on the week was an R11 Driver, RocketBallz 3 wood (15 degrees), a 19 degree Rescue 11 Hybrid, Tour Preferred MB irons (4-PW), ATV Wedges (52 & 56) and a Ghost Tour Corza putter. Those are all TaylorMade products.
Across the water but not so far away in Puerto Rico it was a member of the Cleveland Golf/Srixon staff that was earning top spot.
The 36 year-old birdie his last three holes to win the 2012 Puerto Rico Open at Trump International Golf Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
“Winning is tough at anything,” said McNeill, a 36-year-old Floridian. “It doesn’t matter if you’re playing golf, playing tennis, trying to be the best person, smartest person in the class. It’s not easy to be the best even if it’s only for one week, and that’s why it’s tough.”
McNeill played a Cleveland® Golf Launcher™ Ultralite TL 310 driver (9.5°), Cleveland® 588™ Forged MB irons (3-PW), Cleveland® 588™ Forged wedges (54°/ 60°), and a Srixon® Z-STAR™ XV golf ball, while wearing a Srixon® glove and carrying a Cleveland® Golf bag.