We take a look inside the bag of Angel Cabrera when he won the 2007 US Open at Oakmont Country Club.
Angel Cabrera 2007 US Open Winning Clubs – Classic WITB
Held at the notoriously difficult Oakmont Country Club, the 2007 US Open saw Argentina Angel Cabrera win his first of two Major Championships.
However Cabrera showed remarkable resilience as well as five huge birdies that allowed him to bogey two of the final three holes to still win by one stroke from Woods and Jim Furyk.
Cabrera was undoubtedly a worthy winner when you consider he was the only player in the field to break par twice from the four rounds. In fact Oakmont played so tough that there were only eight rounds under par for the entire tournament.
What clubs did he use to pull off the victory? We take a look at his 2007 US Open winning setup below.
Cabrera has been a Ping staff player for most of his career and this tournament was no different. His driver was the Ping Rapture which had only 7.5 degrees of loft and had an Aldila prototype shaft.
He then carried one fairway wood, a Ping TiSI Tec with 14 degrees, and a Ping Rapture utility iron as well.
From three-iron to pitching wedge he used Ping S58 irons and carried two wedges. One of which was a Ping Tour W and the other was a Titleist Vokey lob wedge.
Finally Cabrera used a Ping Redwood Anser putter.
Angel Cabrera 2007 US Open Winning Clubs
Driver: Ping Rapture, 7.5 degrees, Aldila Prototype shaft
Fairway Wood: Ping TiSI Tec, 14 degrees
Utility iron: Ping Rapture, 18 degrees
Irons: Ping S58 (3-PW)
Wedges: Ping Tour W 54 degrees, Titleist Vokey 60 degrees
Putter: Ping Redwood Anser
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
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